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Correct spelling for PLAYFL

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Possible correct spellings for playfl

  • Palely(Definition of palely)
  • They had not yet reached the moon, which, palely shining, stood high in the heavens.

  • Laval
  • Following which, mrs. laval carried matilda off into another room where a young woman sat sewing; and her she directed to take matilda's measure, and fit her with a dress from a piece of white cambrick which lay on the table.

  • Peafowl(Definition of peafowl)
  • = in europe and america the peafowl is now bred only for ornamental purposes.

  • Lawful(Definition of lawful)
  • "behold thy disciples do that which is not lawful to do upon the sabbath day," they said.

  • Pluvial(Definition of pluvial)
  • This climate features temperatures between 18 °c (64 °f) to 23 °c (73 °f) and precipitations that ranges from scarcely rainy (300 – 700 mm) to pluvial (more than 3300 mm) conditions.

  • Pailful(Definition of pailful)
  • -if a cache be made in dry weather, and the ground be simply levelled over it, the first heavy rain will cause the earth to sink, and will proclaim the hidden store to an observant eye. soldiers, in sacking a town, find out hastily-buried treasures by throwing a pailful of water over any suspected spot: if the ground sinks, it has surely been recently disturbed.

  • Velvet*
  • Plateful(Definition of plateful)
  • There was nothing in the house but a little cold mutton, and some hare soup left over from the previous day. if she warmed up a plateful of soup-it was lovely soup, and had set into a perfect jelly-and made rissoles of the mutton, and sent them to table with some vegetables, with a pudding to follow; would that do? colwyn replied smilingly that would do excellently, and ann withdrew, promising to serve the meal within an hour.

  • Playfully
  • I'm a lot younger than some of these boys who are afraid to tackle a trip through a tropical wilderness," and he playfully nudged tom in the ribs.

  • Plural(Definition of plural)
  • The virginia plan had not stated whether its proposed executive was to be single or plural, because the virginia delegates could not agree.

  • Playfellow(Definition of playfellow)
  • Here cometh a right royal playfellow-up, up, my beauties!

  • Palatal(Definition of palatal)
  • It usually occurs with its voiceless counterpart, the voiceless palatal affricate.

  • Playbill(Definition of playbill)
  • The curtain had fallen, and here was i, a late-arrived hero of romance, the chivalric elder brother, with all my little stock of property-phrases-friendship of a life, esteem, etc. -of no more account than a week-old playbill.

  • Playful(Definition of playful)
  • Thus, in playful and serious talk, they passed the hours until the snow-clad mountains were sparkling in the rising sun.

  • Pilaf
  • Pignaver had not only heard of the eating-house, but he had been there more than once, and knew the taste of the famous pilaf and the flavour of the old wine of samos as well as anybody.

  • Plainly(Definition of plainly)
  • This was plainly no time for talk.

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