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Possible correct spellings for prson

  • Prison(Definition of prison)
  • If i don't get it, i shall have to go to-prison."

  • Peron
  • Peron regarded the dreadful condition of the vessel as furnishing a great and terrible lesson to navigators.

  • Prions
  • , certain viruses, bacteria, protozoa, fungi, and prions) can cause infections that adversely affect the brain or spinal cord.

  • Persona(Definition of persona)
  • Gentle reader, hitherto thou hast been addressed by us in the plural number, now, for the first and last time, thou wilt not surely grudge that the author should for once in propria persona address thee.

  • Prone(Definition of prone)
  • While this went on allister had snapped a shot, while he still lay prone, and his single bullet brought a scream.

  • Prion
  • A study released in may 2011 claims that some species of lichens, including cladonia rangiferina, are able to degrade the deadly prion implicated in transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (tses) through the enzyme serine protease.

  • Pros
  • We aren't pros who train the whole year round; we're amateurs!

  • Parson(Definition of parson)
  • I can't say that i fancied the visit much myself, and i tried to hint to parson that as, after all, they were only a lot of ghosts, it didn't much matter.

  • Prisons
  • Talk about starvation in southern prisons!

  • Prose(Definition of prose)
  • I have uttered in the language of poetry, when my heart impelled me, that for which dry prose possesses no power of expression.

  • Prisoner(Definition of prisoner)
  • And the prisoner was right.

  • Preston
  • Tom had brought one of his speedy little airships with him to preston.

  • Pearson
  • I was scarcely master of myself when pearson first broached the matter to me- pearson!

  • Person(Definition of person)
  • Take the following example: a generous person is worthy of honour.

  • Prosy
  • How little those weary toilers, hemmed about with the commonplace, suspected that almost within sight from the car windows, amid prosy benches, iron railings, and unromantic, flickering lamps, two fellow-men moved upon the border of a horror-land!

  • Pron
  • Birbhum district (pron: biːrbʰuːm) is an administrative unit in the indian state of west bengal.

  • Poison(Definition of poison)
  • You have a poison of your own, which you have given to me, and which i feel in me, in my veins.

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