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Possible correct spellings for playied

  • Playing
  • "he has been playing and giving paper.

  • Placed
  • Sit down;" and he placed him in a chair at the table close by his own.

  • Played
  • Had she played fair?

  • Plashed
  • Slowly the river flowed; the waves plashed, and the reeds swayed lightly.

  • Player
  • I know what i'm good for, porter; i don't try to deceive myself into thinking i'm a great player; only-well, i'm sorry i couldn't do better for johnny king."

  • Flayed
  • We dragged it away from our camp and flayed it, that we might preserve the skin to carry home.

  • Platted
  • He then takes a dirty knotted rag out of a niche in the wall close by, and having untied it, empties out of it three or four handfuls of unroasted coffee, the which he places on a little trencher of platted grass, and picks carefully out any blackened grains, or other non-homologous substances, commonly to be found intermixed with the berries when purchased in gross; then, after much cleansing and shaking, he pours the grain so cleansed into a large open iron ladle, and places it over the mouth of the funnel, at the same time blowing the bellows and stirring the grains gently round and round till they crackle, redden, and smoke a little, but carefully withdrawing them from the heat long before they turn black or charred, after the erroneous fashion of turkey and europe; after which he puts them to cool a moment on the grass platter.

  • Placid
  • His placid front revealed the philosopher.

  • Palmed
  • He must know from experience that they will stop at no falsehood where the good of the church is concerned; he must know that they will scruple at no forgery when they desire to establish any point of doctrine, fundamentally or not fundamentally, which is not taught by the church; he must be aware that it is a standing rule with the popish priests, in all their controversies with protestants, to admit nothing and deny everything, and that if still driven into difficulty they will have recourse to the archives of the church, where they keep piles of decretals, canons, receipts, bulls, excommunications and interdicts, ready for all such emergencies, some of them dated from 300 to 1000 years before they were written or thought of, showing more clearly than perhaps anything else the extreme ignorance of mankind between the third and ninth century, when these forgeries were palmed on the world.

  • Plaited
  • Quiver-charged and crescent-crowned, up on a flash the lighted mound leaps she, bow to shoulder, shaft strung to barb with archer's craft, legs like plaited lyre-chords, feet songs to see, past pitch of sweet.

  • Plied
  • Steamers plied daily between it and sacramento, and stages ran to all parts of the country and arrived every hour.

  • Planned
  • To what purpose was all that planned?

  • Planed
  • Grocery boxes may be cut up, planed off, and made over.

  • Plagued
  • I have been plagued with a succession of bad printers, and am not got beyond the fourth book.

  • Plated
  • We could plainly see the stern old rear admiral bustling about on the gallant grandmother of the seas, as i may term the noble craft, and hear him swearing in his iron-plated manner.

  • Paled
  • And then a cry of horror escaped him, and his face paled.

  • Slayed
  • Bellerophon: the greek mythic hero who first tamed pegasus and slayed the chimera, becoming the king of lycia.

  • Palled
  • Perhaps when he had no longer to gain a triumph over a rival the excitement palled; or perhaps his proud spirit secretly chafed at being conquered by his brother in generosity, even when outshining him in the success of love.

  • Parlayed
  • From 1927-29 butler was commander of the marine expeditionary force in china and, while there, cleverly parlayed his influence among various generals and warlords to the protection of u.

  • Plate
  • A handfulle of autumn flowers beside my plate, left me in noe doubt it was rose's doing; and mr. agnew writing at the window, tolde me he had persuaded my father to goe to shotover with dick.

  • Prayed
  • Till we have prayed, and all be ready on board.

  • Plait
  • She was now talking to the two elderly ladies on the bench, and margery was engaged in conversation with the girl with the plait down her back.

  • Splayed
  • Broadrick remix)" (appears on splayed flesh ep) murder, inc.

  • Parleyed
  • He temporized and parleyed, but he thought again of andros, and gave way.

  • Replayed
  • Better man was an australian television tragedy mini-series which originally screened on sbs tv in july 2013, and replayed in february 2014.

  • Plaid
  • Barbara looked very nice this morning, in her brown-plaid scotch gingham trimmed with white braids; she had brown slippers, also, with bows; she would not verify rosamond's prophecy that she "would be all points," now that there was an apology for them.

  • Pallid
  • I saw the pallid corpse of the dead sun borne through the northern sky.

  • Payed
  • Continuation of the 20. s. payed out of every kirk for dispatches.

  • Palsied
  • The palsied state of the executive in england is a fortunate circumstance for france, as it will give her time to arrange her affairs internally.

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