Lanyard - lanyard
Lanyards :: lanyards
1. laniard :: draagriem
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Crush - (drukgang) :: He said other staff warned the teacher that the youth might have a crush on her which should have been a warning sign but she became more attracted to him
Cordial - (hartlike) :: Both parents and teachers must try to create a friendly and cordial atmosphere for the children
Disgusting - (disgusting) :: After watching five or six competitions I was desensitized to the disgustingness of it
Drop - (drop) :: to be fit to drop
Tin - (tin) :: Pour into the baking tin and bake for 30 to 35 minutes until crusty on top and still a bit squidgy insideSEE ALL
Dad - (pa) :: Mums dads and their children could be relocated as far away as Liverpool or Wigan under the scheme
Daily - (daaglikse) :: Building and construction works on the lands are matters of almost daily routine
Damage - (skade) :: Motorists have paid the price of deteriorating roads with damage to their vehicles
Damp - (klam) :: The tubers can then be stored in boxes though not the crowns and covered with slightly damp peat ready for planting next year
Dance - (dans) :: When he was a sophomore the dance instructor asked him to compose some music for a dance recitalSEE ALL 3000+ WORDS
Livid - (woedend) :: It was a livid blue colour although sometimes it melded through a shocking purple into a bright red
Lofty - (verhewe) :: You still enter a lofty domed hall by a small door set in an imposing gate
Loll - (tol) :: One of the little dogs looked up at her and then sprang to his feet bounding over to her his tongue lolling out the side of his mouth
Longevity - (langslewendheid) :: The researchers suspect that the same genes could confer greater longevity and are measuring the animals survival rateSEE ALL GRE WORDS
Beleaguer (beleaguer) :: The fateful day dawned and still the city was beleaguered on every side while within its walls the Aztecs were dying of famine and plague
Applicable (toepassing) :: There is little room for dispute between the parties over the principles of law applicable to a claim such as this
Impulsive (impulsiewe) :: My weaknesses are that Im impatient impulsive and slightly stubborn