Correct spelling for POLIETE

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Possible correct spellings for poliete

  • Pallet(Definition of pallet)
  • She was lying on the blanket pallet, with her face hidden in the crook of an elbow when she looked up and saw prime standing beside her.

  • Palate(Definition of palate)
  • We are satisfied that what appears to be light to one eye, appears light to another; that what seems sweet to one palate, is sweet to another; that what is dark and bitter to this man, is likewise dark and bitter to that; and we conclude in the same manner of great and little, hard and soft, hot and cold, rough and smooth; and indeed of all the natural qualities and affections of bodies.

  • Pellet(Definition of pellet)
  • The fat mottled fingers sought a waistcoat pocket and, fumbling therein, touched caressingly a little pellet of soft paper.

  • Palette(Definition of palette)
  • Oh, how he sighed for his tin tube and the quiet nook with the charcoal and the palette knife!

  • Plied(Definition of Plied)
  • Meanwhile the syracusans plied them with missiles from the docks, to which they replied from their large vessel; until at last most of the piles were removed by the athenians.

  • Plate(Definition of plate)
  • He looked at his plate, with no courage to eat, no desire to drink; he breathed hard, and, exhausted as he was, could not keep in one place.

  • Palliate(Definition of palliate)
  • O, palliate not my wound; when you have argued all you can, 'tis incest.

  • Police(Definition of police)
  • Do you think she'll tell the police?

  • Polite(Definition of polite)
  • Polite silence was all that was necessary at the moment.

  • Politer
  • A good many years ago-ten or twelve, at least-mr. harry harland had shown us some politer new york jews, with a romantic coloring, though with genuine feeling for the novelty and picturesqueness of his material; but i do not think of any one who has adequately dealt with our gentile society.

  • Pullet(Definition of pullet)
  • Polity(Definition of polity)
  • 14. from my brother severus, to love my kin, and to love truth, and to love justice; and through him i learned to know thrasea, helvidius, cato, dion, brutus; and from him i received the idea of a polity in which there is the same law for all, a polity administered with regard to equal rights and equal freedom of speech, and the idea of a kingly government which respects most of all the freedom of the governed; i learned from him also consistency and undeviating steadiness in my regard for philosophy; and a disposition to do good, and to give to others readily, and to cherish good hopes, and to believe that i am loved by my friends; and in him i observed no concealment of his opinions with respect to those whom he condemned, and that his friends had no need to conjecture what he wished or did not wish, but it was quite plain.

  • Pollute(Definition of pollute)
  • Depart at once, you shall no longer pollute my roof."

  • Pilate
  • The palazzo di pilato, which, as the name denotes, is devoted to the sufferings of christ under pontius pilate, was actually carried out, though not till some years after s. carlo's death, and not according to pellegrini's design.

  • Platte
  • I doubt if any other kind of a boat can be used very far up on the platte, and sometimes even bullboats can't go up."

  • Polled(Definition of Polled)
  • On this program, the populists polled over a million votes and captured twenty-two presidential electors.

  • Poled(Definition of Poled)
  • The courage of our boatman was a little dashed; he suggested that we leave ramon, louis, and manuel on an old scow standing on the bank and fast going to ruin, while he poled myself and the luggage over, after which he would return for my companions.

  • Polluter(Definition of polluter)