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1. to lam
2. to language
3. to lap boards
4. to lap timbers
5. to lash out
6. to late to apologize
7. to lather
8. to lattice up
9. to laugh at
10. to laugh away
11. to laugh down
12. to laugh in the sleeve
13. to laugh one out of
14. to laugh out
15. to laugh out of the other corner
16. to laugh to scorn
17. to laugh up one`s sleeve
18. to lay
19. to lay a ship aboard
20. to lay a venue
21. to lay aboard
22. to lay about
23. to lay about one
24. to lay against the field
25. to lay an ambush
26. to lay an anchor to the windward
27. to lay asleep
28. to lay at
29. to lay at ones door
30. to lay bare
31. to lay before
32. to lay by
33. to lay by the heels
34. to lay claim to
35. to lay down
36. to lay for
37. to lay forth
38. to lay hands on
39. to lay hands on one's self
40. to lay hands on one`s self
41. to lay hands on ones self
42. to lay heads together
43. to lay hold of
44. to lay hold on
45. to lay in
46. to lay in balance
47. to lay in for
48. to lay in lavender
49. to lay it on
50. to lay it on thick
51. to lay on
52. to lay on load
53. to lay on the shelf
54. to lay on the table
55. to lay one's self open to
56. to lay one's self out
57. to lay one`s self open to
58. to lay one`s self out
59. to lay ones self open to
60. to lay ones self out
61. to lay open
62. to lay out
63. to lay over
64. to lay siege to
65. to lay stress upon
66. to lay the course
67. to lay the land
68. to lay to
69. to lay to heart
70. to lay under
71. to lay unto
72. to lay up
73. to lay violent hands on one's self
74. to lay violent hands on one`s self
75. to lay violent hands on ones self
76. to lay wait
77. to lay wait for
78. to lay waste
79. to lead
80. to lead as a bride to the altar
81. to lead astray
82. to lead by the nose
83. to lead captive
84. to lead off
85. to lead one a dance
86. to lead out
87. to lead sb up the garden path
88. to lead the way
89. to lead to the altar
90. to leak out
91. to learn by heart
92. to learn by rote
93. to learn the ropes
94. to leave alone
95. to leave no stone unturned
96. to leave off
97. to leave one in the lurch
98. to leave one out in the cold
99. to leave one to himself
100. to leave or die in long island

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