Correct spelling for PLETY

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Possible correct spellings for plety

  • Plato
  • We should not call by-ends by-ends now: and whether we should do better or worse nobody, as plato says, knows but the deity.

  • Piety
  • Education has hitherto done little to awaken this love of man in the young soul, from which all piety flows.

  • Platys
  • Pelts
  • Pity
  • It's because i wanted your advice that i-" "it's a pity you didn't get it sooner, then!

  • Plead
  • Why make me plead For what I need

    – Say Maybe by Neil Diamond
  • Pete
  • Pilot
  • His job was to pilot an e wherever he might want to go, and bring him back again-if possible.

  • Poet
  • Poled
  • Pellet
  • Looks like hard pellet rifles of some kind.

  • Play
  • Pet
  • If you didn't, no one would trouble to pet you.

  • Leta
  • Plied
  • Peaty
  • The strain was horrible, but she held on and thought she saw the car tilt and the back wheel tear the peaty soil from the top of the bank.

  • Pleat
  • Plate
  • Passing giacosa's, he glanced in to see if it were any one he knew taking tea so early behind the great plate glass window.

  • Plea
  • Throwin rocks from the penalty box, cop a plea Young G we was born to die, don't cry for me

    – Grand Finale by Nas
  • Plenty
  • Polity
  • Let
  • Oh, please make them come and let him out."

  • Pallet
  • The injured boy lay on a pallet in the center of the hut.

  • Plot
  • Pleats
  • Paled
  • Ploy
  • Palette
  • Give me your reed and palette; i will myself draw up the instructions."

  • Ply
  • Pullet
  • Academisms
  • Platy
  • Pluto
  • Pelt
  • They had gone-full pelt-down a path that a man might hesitate to take!

  • Plat
  • "they have their own grass plat, kitsie," said her father.

  • Puled
  • Paley
  • Plait
  • "you might plait a basket of some sort," he said.

  • Piled
  • The ground around the house was, as usual, piled up with dried fish.

  • Petty
  • These wamongo were split up into several petty chiefdoms, usually at war with one another.