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Spell check of left

Correct spelling: left

went, Comrade, balk, quit, split, boulevard, departed, emptied, voided, over, begot, forsook, down, abstracted, arm-wrestling, bare-knuckle, resigned, left-wing, ball boy, far left, unexhausted, leftist, relinquished, leftfield, cross-country, downwind, bled, abandoned, evacuated, clockwise, communist, leftmost, mid, radical, bought, discontinued, leftish, unexpended, dropped, ball girl, absented, fellow traveler, sinistral, side, bypass, around, leftover, revolutionary, remaining, odd, left field, halfway, left over, forsaken, batboy, embarked, withdrawn, avenue, central, base, centrally, artery, defected, innermost, left-handed, the House Un-American Activities Committee, gone, leftism, ballpark, left-hand, B-road, at bat, progressive, fled, count out, approach, byway, omitted, parted, corner, bound, besought, ball, blest, right, the labor movement, bantamweight, homeward, boxer, abdicated, surrendered, bout, beheld, vacated, southpaw, flanking, exited, bent, ahead, larboard, extra, baseline, port, deserted, baseball, the HUAC, babysat, lateral, decamped, counterclockwise, eastbound, continuing, nigh, near, byroad, box, left-of-center, cross, withdrew, commie, the ANC, inmost, boxing, liberal, blacktop, Bolshevik, beltway, sinister, astride.

rightish, right, two-handed, spent, conservative, ambidextrous, right-wing, right-hand, rightist, rightmost, centrist, reactionist, far, right-handed, illiberalism, far-right, starboard, exhausted, conservatism, old-line, reactionary, middle-of-the-road, center.

Examples of usage:

1) He caught it with his left hand. - "Leo the Circus Boy", Ralph Bonehill.

2) With this I left him. - "The Mermaid of Druid Lake and Other Stories", Charles Weathers Bump.

3) The very day after you left, sir. - "Jane Oglander", Marie Belloc Lowndes.