Loose, adj. free, available
v. to release or unfasten
Lose, v. to fail to keep, to give up
Be careful, if you let loose the knot, the dog might get loose, and we could lose him!
Lightening, v. participle of “lighten” – to make brighter or less heavy
Lightning, n. a bright electric spark (usually discharged in the atmosphere)
adj. resembling lightning
As the lightning storm was lightening the sky, Harry ran across the field with lightning speed, his mood lightening as he found safety in the barn.
Low, adj. occurring not far above the ground
adv. near the ground
v. to moo
Lo, int. (expression of surprise, i.e. Look! See!)
Lo, the cows low in the low field.
Led, v. simple past of “lead” – to escort, show the way
Lead, n. a bluish-gray metal