Correct spelling for PEICEFUL

We think the word peiceful is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word

Possible correct spellings for peiceful

  • Peaceable
  • It seemed too much to expect that a proud and warlike race of savages should suddenly, within less than two years from the overthrow of their king, have abandoned all notion of resistance to the whites and settled down as peaceable subjects.

  • Piecemeal
  • The plastic blinds had the same sounds of fingers wedged between them as they bounced around in the december breeze or in a june storm; and the piecemeal environment seen in the crevices of those blinds were of the same trash cans on the same pavement near some gravel.

  • Useful
  • Painful
  • They were too painful to permit of speech.

  • Peacefully
  • Yet even allowing the claim, it is none the less an unendurable affliction that your voice should disturb my peacefully conducted enterprise."

  • Potful
  • Perceive
  • The king, as you must now plainly perceive, has acted toward baron pollnitz precisely as he has done to his brothers."

  • Powerful
  • Peaceful
  • It was a picture of peaceful beauty in the summer noon.

  • Forceful
  • And all the time she was aware of wade, with his quiet, forceful presence, hovering near.

  • Playful
  • "not the old-fashioned sort, but there is a modern kind that we are all afraid of more or less," answered miss orne, with a half-playful, half-serious look at the girls around her.

  • Parcel
  • "i made them up into a neat little parcel and handed it over," he concluded.

  • Peaceably
  • I want to live peaceably.

  • Percival
  • No wonder percival owes me a grudge.

  • Pailful
  • She wears a wide wreath of willow branches interwoven with wild flowers around her waist and hips, and in such fantastic attire she has to go from house to house in the village dancing, while each housewife pours over her a pailful of water, and her companions chant a prayer having the refrain, oy dodo, oy dodole, after every single line: fall, o rain!

  • Reposeful
  • Pitiful
  • It was so pitiful that something broke inside my heart a moment.

  • Merciful
  • It is true he doesn't deserve it, but we will be merciful.

  • Purcell