Correct spelling for PALT
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Possible correct spellings for palt
- alt Salome Alt and Archbishop von Raitenau, 174 and Schloss Mirabell, 174
- halt "Now, Lorrequer, we are ready," said Trevanion, coming forward; and then, lowering his voice, added, "All is in your favour; I have won the 'word,' which I shall give the moment you halt.
- malt If you were in the line of varnish, or bicycles, or soap, or typewriters, or extract of beef, or of malt-" "Still I should be interested in book-advertising, because it is the most vital of human interests."
- pact Here you find one tangible evidence of the working out of the Paris Economic Pact.
- pal No, it's hard, devilish hard to part with a pal like you, Jack; but all the rest of my life I've got hard things to face, partner.
- pale I felt myself growing pale, my arms fell away from that white neck, and I looked piteously in her kind face, afraid to ask the meaning of these words.
- pall I was one of the eight pall-bearers-the others of whom you would hardly know.
- palm He pulled a hand out of his pocket and displayed a few annas in his palm.
- pant From room to room she went, pausing to pant for breath on the stairs, stumbling always because of her short sight at the three dark little steps just outside Paul's bedroom, always sitting down on her bed "to take a breath" and to get a full gaze at the crucifix of bright yellow wood, that hung just under her mother's picture.
- part You needn't tell me of course-but what part do you come from?"
- past "He was to have been here at ten o'clock and it is past that now.
- pat You're an obsarvin' b'y, Pat, jist loike your father.
- pelt We rode after them, full pelt; and as we came up with them, one by one, we just rolled them over, helter-skelter, as if they'd been antelopes or bears or something.
- plat A separate plat for each is the correct rule, both for beauty and profit.
- salt As the door closed upon Tristram, Captain Salt advanced to the keyhole and listened.
- pals Get your newspaper pals on the job and have them sniff around for evidence of any strange folks in the area.
10 words made from the letters palt
Misspelling of the day
- a far cry from