Correct spelling for PLEACE

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Possible correct spellings for pleace

  • Place(Definition of place)
  • This is no place for a young girl like you."

  • Lease(Definition of lease)
  • When the lease was drawn, all three lives seemed good enough for another fifty years.

  • Lace(Definition of lace)
  • The servant, in his faded gold lace, came in and announced with a dramatic assurance: "monsieur de borbone-monsieur colville."

  • Please(Definition of please)
  • Please let me have them, dear colonel."

    This fellow pecks up wit as pigeons pease, And utters it again when God doth please:

    – Love's Labour's Lost: Act V, scene II by Unknown Author
  • Academicians
  • We liked for awhile bounding from tussuck to tussuck, or resting on a green esker in the domain of the old academicians of grattan's time; but 'tis pleasanter, after all, to tread the firm ground of our own archaeologists.

  • Paleface(Definition of paleface)
  • "come, paleface-with-two-heads," they shouted, "you seek indians?

  • Pleases
  • Hence germany can do as she pleases with regard to its settlement.

  • Poleaxe(Definition of poleaxe)
  • Plaice(Definition of plaice)
  • "will you have plaice or sole, mother?" salvina went on, her voice changing to a caress.

  • Police(Definition of police)
  • Pace(Definition of pace)
  • He moved a pace in front of her.

  • Placed(Definition of placed)
  • The danger was past and her only thought was to prove worthy of the confidence her husband had placed in her.

  • Pleased(Definition of pleased)
  • "i am truly pleased to hear it.

  • Piece(Definition of piece)
  • Dady had the presence of mind to wake up in the night and eat his piece.

  • Peale
  • "mister peale, he tolt me, i must gall him mit der telephone, but der nomber she vas gone oudt of mine head!"

  • Placer(Definition of placer)
  • Most of the sapphires of the best quality come from siam, where they are found in sandy clay of placer origin.

  • Places
  • Vosh looked at them eagerly, and began to set them in their places.

  • Palace(Definition of palace)
  • Remember that at nine o'clock in the evening you must all be in the palace.

  • Plea(Definition of plea)
  • "do you remember the peculiar straightforwardness of his look when he uttered his plea of 'not guilty,' and the tone he used too, so quiet, yet so emphatic?

    Grant it Jesus, is my plea Daily walking close to Thee

    – Just a Closer Walk With Thee by Loretta Lynn
  • Pleas
  • The court of common pleas agreed on appeal and put the burden of proof on the persons searching to justify the search warrant.

  • Peace(Definition of peace)
  • In the first year there had always been peace.