How to spell PAKET correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell paket correctly

  • capet
  • jacket I need to buy a new jacket for the upcoming winter season.
  • market We went to the local market to buy some fresh produce.
  • packed
  • packer The packer carefully arranged the products inside the cardboard box before sealing it.
  • packet
  • packets I need to send several packets of information to my boss before the meeting.
  • pact The two countries signed a pact to work together on climate policies.
  • page
  • Paged
  • pager I remember carrying around a pager in the 90s to stay connected with work.
  • pallet The warehouse manager organized the inventory on the pallets.
  • pant She was panting heavily after running a mile.
  • pareto The Pareto principle states that 80 percent of the effects come from 20 percent of the causes.
  • parked
  • parker Parker always wore a hat with a feather in it.
  • parquet The parquet floors in the grand ballroom were polished to a shine.
  • part I will take part in the charity walk this Sunday.
  • past I studied Spanish in the past, but now I'm learning German.
  • paste
  • pat He gave her a pat on the back and told her she did a great job.
  • pate I ordered a delicious pate spread to go with my crackers.
  • pct The company experienced a growth rate of 25 pct last year.
  • peaked The number of viewers for the show peaked in the second season.
  • Pecked The woodpecker incessantly pecked at the tree trunk.
  • peeked I peeked through the keyhole to see who was knocking at the door.
  • peke
  • perked
  • pet
  • piaget Piaget's theory of cognitive development suggests that children go through four stages of mental growth.
  • Picked She picked up her pen and began to write.
  • picket The protesters stood outside the building and held up signs while standing behind the picket.
  • pickett My uncle Pickett always wears his signature red hat to family gatherings.
  • PICT The pict of a beautiful landscape hung on the wall of the art museum.
  • pike
  • Piked He piked up the bag of groceries and headed for the door.
  • piker I wouldn't trust him with my money, he's a real piker when it comes to financial management.
  • PKT Today's meeting will be conducted using a PowerPoint Presentation Format - known as PowerPoint Keynotes.
  • placket I have a raw sewage leak in my placket.
  • pocked I have a few pocked spots on my skin which I'm trying to avoid.
  • pocket
  • poet The poet recited his newest poem at the open mic night.
  • poke She likes to poke her little brother when he annoys her.
  • Poked The pokemon poked his head out.
  • poker He was losing money at poker.
  • pokey The old, rundown cabin felt quite pokey with its small windows and low ceilings.
  • PUGET Puget Sound is a large inlet of the Pacific Ocean in the northwestern part of Washington state.
  • puke I felt so nauseous after the roller coaster ride that I thought I was going to puke.
  • Puked I puked all over myself after eating that Fast Food meal.
  • racket She couldn't concentrate on her work because of the loud racket coming from the construction site next door.

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