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Spell check of lamb

Correct spelling: lamb

meat, roast, flank, frankfurter, goose, dear, cub, sausage, dearest, bullock, big, venison, chick, Canadian bacon, cross, pork chop, Elia, roast beef, pot roast, smoked sausage, ribs, albumen, pushover, hot dog, birdie, colt, dupe, yeanling, mark, crabmeat, hatch, dove, sirloin, monkey, cold, innocent, turkey, baby, veal, chop, Charles Lamb, fool, wiener, right, reproduce, porterhouse steak, spareribs, victim, sirloin steak, sheep, calve, ham hock, gudgeon, filet mignon, sap, dark meat, hamburger, bacon, calf, fawn, fillet, cutlet, poultry, T-bone steak, gull, love, ground beef, fall guy, mutton, wise, loin chop, kidney, angel, chicken, pigeon, meat loaf, bang, duck, tenderloin, brisket, brood, choo-choo, tripe, meat pie, foal, patsy, procreate, ham, liver, young one, honey, beef, boo-boo, filly, crab, bunny, spawn, pork, whelp, clean, rump roast, bow-wow, minute steak, mug, flesh, horseflesh, beloved, lamb chop.

cur, beast, rascal, rapscallion, knave, scamp, villain, skunk, heel, reprobate, cad, cretin, miscreant, joker, no-good, tough, rogue, clown, bully, churl, roughneck, slob, wolf, boor, louse, snake, creep, shark, scalawag, stinker, varlet, lout, rowdy, scoundrel.

Examples of usage:

1) Every day began and closed with the burnt- offering of a lamb of the first year, along with a meal- offering of fine flour and oil, and a drink- offering of wine. - "The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Exodus", G. A. Chadwick.

2) He is the Lamb that takes away sin. - "The Expositor's Bible: The Gospel of St. John, Vol. I", Marcus Dods.

3) Don't be afraid, Nell, as he is as gentle as a lamb. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.