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Correct spelling for PERGURY

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Possible correct spellings for pergury

  • Jerry
  • "no, jerry, it isn't that.

  • Mercury(Definition of mercury)
  • Gerard is a member of the mercury automobile company and has their western factory and all that end of the business in his hands.

  • Peary
  • Mrs. peary was a member of the expedition then, and i suppose that it was due to her that the occasion was made a memorable one for me.

  • Gerry
  • Her niece observed a slight self-consciousness at such times, and wondered a little who mr. george gerry might be.

  • Perky(Definition of perky)
  • In the perky youth i discovered a professional jockey; and when he found that i was a daughter of dick melvyn, the one-time great horse-breeder, he became very friendly.

  • Paraguay
  • Paraguay furnishes us with another example.

  • Piggery(Definition of piggery)
  • It was inevitable that the flame should run along the ridge of the thatch towards a piggery at the end. yet had the piggery been tiled, the time-honoured hostel would even now at this last moment have been safe; but it was constructed as piggeries are mostly constructed, of wood and thatch.

  • Perjure(Definition of perjure)
  • He hid himself from her to say his prayers, and feared her so much that he did not hesitate to deny his charities and good deeds to her,-though he had such a horror of falsehood, that he had made a casket of crystal, mounted with gold, but in which he was careful not to put any holy relic, so that those who took their oaths on it before him might not perjure themselves.

  • Peruke(Definition of peruke)
  • Whoever appears in a peruke, or a cloak, is regarded as an aristocrat-a rich man; the cap and overcoat are here the insignia of the poor.

  • Perjurer(Definition of perjurer)
  • The perjurer delights in swearing, for the act invests him with the appearance of honesty.

  • Perjury(Definition of perjury)
  • They would force me to perjury, and i dare not break my oath!

  • Porgy(Definition of porgy)
  • "but i haven't found anything-yet," said georgy porgy, with a long sigh, "i s'pose money takes a lot of looking for, doesn't it?"

  • Perry(Definition of perry)
  • When geoffrey had been carefully rubbed down, and clothed again in his ordinary garments, perry pulled a comfortable easy-chair out of a corner.

  • Peggy
  • How dare you call anybody a fool, peggy?

  • Kerry
  • Yet that four days was time enough for a live man to do a "flurry of work," and he was fit enough to walk up their backs yet with hobnailed boots, as they said in kerry when a man was out for war.

  • Penury(Definition of penury)
  • This certainty of future prodigality was so clear to his mind's eye that present penury escaped his attention.

  • Peccary(Definition of peccary)
  • Once more, with a deep, despairing roar, he struck with both paws, killing a peccary at each blow.

  • Peru
  • I had also heard that peru was a southern country, and therefore we must be going in a southerly direction to reach it.

  • Parry(Definition of parry)
  • The point is admirably put by sir hubert parry.

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