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Correct spelling for PLAUG

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Possible correct spellings for plaug

  • Plague
  • He lighted it to plague me-johnny did."

  • Plugs
  • For that purpose you must have some cast-iron plugs.

  • Play
  • Then for days terence did nothing but play.

  • Lug
  • I give you my word, you'll not have to lug me.

  • Pluck
  • I saw him sail away from spithead, and he went full of hope and pluck and sure of success.

  • Plum
  • Next there was the garden, reduced to a couple of plum-trees and a clump of lilac-bushes, the leaves of which had now sprouted.

  • Pang
  • With a sharp pang she cast the memory from her-and slept.

  • Plan
  • They like to do the things they themselves plan to do.

  • Plat
  • A plat at bowdoin college, of this shape, and used for similar purposes, is known by the same name.

  • Lag
  • The o'-lag is built where the girls desire it and is said to be commonly located in places accessible to the men; this appears true to one going over the pueblo with this statement in mind.

  • Slag
  • Back in the deserted ranch building, its mechanisms were bursting into flames, would burn fiercely for a few seconds and fuse to dead slag.

  • Paul
  • Paul desforges maillard was born nearly a century later, and wrote society verses till the age of thirty, when the desire for wider fame took possession of him.

  • Slug
  • The plutes, powerful as they now are, won't need even the shadow of an excuse to plant me for life, or slug or shoot me.

  • Plug
  • This time danvers edged in with one of those sole-leather cases that an englishman carries his plug-hat in.

  • Plank
  • The gang-plank was drawn in, the bell ceased to ring, and the boat backed out into the lake.

  • Plus
  • If one of the ten landholders in a tithing is accused of an offense, the others have to produce him in court or pay a fine plus pay the injured party for the offense, unless they could prove that they had no complicity in it.

  • Pledge
  • I pledge you my word that you are right in what you now think about the doctor, who is as true a little gentleman as ever breathed!

  • Flag
  • But that flag means we are home."

  • Pug
  • Your ideal is a freckled youth with a left shoulder upholding the head of a pug-nosed girl, who weeps tears of joy in his bosom, the while he gazes up at the heavens in thankfulness.

  • Plaque
  • There was a plaque on the door revealing those basic facts.

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