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Correct spelling for PELET

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Possible correct spellings for pelet

  • Pile
  • Again he slipped over the edge of the mow and fell on the pile of hay on the barn floor.

  • Sleet
  • Pete
  • Pelee
  • Applet
  • Palate
  • He provides food of all kinds prepared to please the most fastidious palate.

  • Pelt
  • The men go to the conflict armed with war shields, and they pelt each other with rocks as seriously as in actual war.

  • Puled
  • Piglet
  • It was the third morning after dorothy's arrival, and she was sitting with ozma and their friends in a reception room, talking over old times, when the princess said to her maid: please go to my boudoir, jellia, and get the white piglet i left on the dressing-table.

  • Plate
  • "no," answered dorothy, with her eyes on his plate.

  • Piled
  • Piled up masses of black clouds were driven across the sky.

  • Pale
  • Gyuri sat in his place, pale and quiet.

  • Pluto
  • Plot
  • Pilot
  • It is then that the ship's regular pilot takes charge.

  • Pelted
  • Pole
  • Polite
  • Pyle
  • Pert
  • By and by comes a pert young fellow up: "sir," says he, "your servant; what, i see our captain has picked up a passenger at last."

  • Peeled
  • On the trail of the pirates, stealing noiselessly down the war-path, which is not visible to inexperienced eyes, come the redskins, every one of them with his eyes peeled.

  • Peels
  • Coagments
  • Pleat
  • Pallet
  • Finally he honoured me by bidding me share his pallet with him, that we might talk without restraint, and that if anything occurred to him in the night he might communicate it to me.

  • Palest
  • Plat
  • Poor alicia crossed the grass-plat and disappeared upon the opposite side of the quadrangle, where there was a gothic gate that communicated with the stables.

  • Platy
  • Peat
  • In the work-room ivan lighted two lamps, and then, going to the fireplace, which he had here substituted for the traditional stove, and wherein a low fire burned, he threw on half a dozen blocks of peat.

  • Pelmet
  • Poled
  • Peeler
  • "the peeler," milly sanders nodded; and it flashed on gilbart that the policeman's joke, the carriage, the girl's face and these thoughts of his had all gone by in something less than ten seconds.

  • Plato
  • It was at the chief huntsman's splendid table that i met calogeso plato, now archbishop of novgorod, and then chaplain to the empress.

  • Pullet
  • Pilate
  • Pet
  • "this way, little pet-curse the woman!

  • Palette
  • "this is what you are doing with your scenery," said the lecturer, as he took his palette and brushes; he began to paint on the glass that covered the picture, and in a few minutes the scene was transformed.

  • Fleet
  • The brazilians advanced to montevideo and their fleet came down the coast.

  • Poet
  • Paled
  • Peel
  • The passengers below had started to sing 'd'ye ken john peel?

  • Plead
  • I ain't the type to plead If she don't change those evil ways I'm gonna make her bleed She can scream and she can holler

    – Bamboozled By Love by Frank Zappa
  • Let
  • "will you please let me know?

  • Plait
  • The queen took them and began to plait them, saying: 'if only i had straws enough i would make a basket with them, and let my baby down in it from the window to any kind passer-by who would take care of her.

  • Peale
  • Pelts
  • Abusivenesses
  • Pellet
  • With a piece of bread pressed by thumb and finger into a pellet, high lights can be taken out with the precision of white chalk; or rubber can be used.

  • Pearled
  • Pealed
  • Pellets
  • Pele
  • Plea
  • But no woman will hear my plea Yes, it does seems somehow I can't get one to walk down the aisle with me

    – I Want to Get Married by b.b. king
  • Pule
  • Plied
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