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  • apart They hold each other's hands, then stand apart.
  • art Ah, Anna, art thou here?
  • bart I'll be back, Bart."
  • cart "If you didn't, I'll hook a wheel off your cart to-morrow when I pass you.
  • dart He looked from me to Tom-Tom, standing off there ready to spring on him, to dart past him, to fly out of the window-ready for anything; only waiting to know what the thing was to be.
  • hart C. M. Hart, 45 Pa.
  • mart From the proud capital of an independent nation, Dublin has degenerated to the chief mart of a dependent province, whose owners are "absentee proprietors," whose husbandmen pay their rents to foreign landlords, whose merchants are the mere agents of distant capitalists, and whose nobles are proud to hide their Irish stars under English ribbons.
  • pact In the first place, the Anglo-Japanese Alliance has apparently been brought to an end, as a result of the conclusion of the Four Power Pact between America, Great Britain, France and Japan.
  • pad Superintendent Foyle coughed and idly shifted a piece of paper over the notes on his blotting-pad.
  • paid He paid a visit to Castle Osternau, where he was received with open arms.
  • pant She waits for her lover, each night at this station, And calls her ripe fruit with a voice loud and clear; The keel-bullies listen in great consternation- Tho' snug in their huddocks, they tremble with fear! She sports round the pant till the cock, in the morning, Announces the day-then away she does fly Till midnight's dread hour-thus each maiden's peace scorning, They start from their couch as they hear her loud cry- Fine Chenee oranges, four for a penny! Cherry ripe cornberries-taste them and try!
  • par The stairs shook beneath the sudden trampling of feet, a voice cried "De par le Roi!
  • para The exports and imports for Para for October and November, 1867, were double those of 1866.
  • pare If the bacon be dried, pare off the rusty and smoked part, trim it neatly on the under side, and scrape the rind as clean as possible.
  • park Reckon you haven't been leavin' any tracks up Buffalo Park way?
  • parr "But you passed me only yesterday on the street without recognition," Mrs. Parr complained.
  • part Again, it was as if the Rangar read a part of his thoughts, if not all of them.
  • parts I have not observed amongst them the least predilection for any of those parts.
  • party It was a delightful party.
  • past Mr. Glenarm lived in the past, or liked to think he did.
  • pat The one is as likely as the other," retorted Pat.
  • pate We have the most authentic testimony, that Nathaniel Bacon died of a dysentery, contracted by his exposure in the trenches of Jamestown, at the house of a Dr. Pate, in the county of Gloucester; and that the faithful Lawrence, to screen his insensate clay from the rude vengeance of the Governor, gave the young hero a grave in some unknown forest, where after life's fitful fever he sleeps well.
  • patty " Patty got mamma," cried the little boy.
  • peat The air was perfumed with the scent of peat fires and the burning of weeds and potato-tops.
  • pert Nevertheless she was pert and sociable and would talk as long as people would converse with her.
  • pet The child whose little heart you have won, and who follows you about like a pet dog!
  • pit But she knew the way, and had determined to follow the Danube and go along the woodlands to the tanner's pit, whence the Hiltner house was easily reached.
  • pitt Not, indeed, that Pitt required the argument in favor of a Union which was thus furnished.
  • poet Even before the birth of the poet, his father had broken his marriage vows and his wife's heart by his abominable dissipations and drunkenness.
  • port They, therefore, returned to Port Royal, where they found Poutrincourt, who as lieutenant-general of de Monts intended to remain at Port Royal during the year.
  • porto So greatly indeed is that species beneath the control of local circumstances, that the very districts of an island as insignificant as Porto Santo have each their separate races to boast of.
  • pout Scold him and he'll pout like a wee child; praise him and he thrills.
  • prat Left to two of her students, Florence Foote and possibly May Rosina Prat or Minnie Prat, after Nordhoff's death in 1898, the Elephant Bindery was still located at Nordhoffs home in 1899 at 115 East 56th Street in New York City.
  • pt Castor Oil 1 pt.
  • put Those fellows put off in that.
  • putt She, dear little thing, does not yet know the terrors of the short putt.
  • tart After having eaten that one tart, my craving for other tarts has disappeared.
  • wart The head is greyer than the body; the usual Sphingid horn is absent, and in its place there is a double wart.
  • Patti In London Patti and Titjiens had both sung it before we put it on in America,-Adelina at Covent Garden and Titjiens at Her Majesty's Opera House, where I was destined to sing it later.
  • PARC Then-still without any dream of what the future had in store for me-I made a straight course for the Parc des Princes, over almost the exact line that, two years later, was to mark the Deutsch prize route.
  • PARS Previous provisions of a similar general character are to be found in pars.
  • KART Circuit (airfield), also called pattern, a standard path followed by aircraft when taking off or landing Automobile or motor Race track Formula One circuits (see list of Formula One circuits) Kart circuit, a race track designed for kart racing
  • pot I had a little hobby-horse, His name was Neddy Grey, His head was stuffed with pea-straw, His tail was made of hay. He could nibble, he could trot, He could carry the mustard pot, From the table to the shop.

21 words made from the letters part1

3 letter words made from part1:

1pt, rap, apr, rat, apt, par, atp, ra1, tap, tar, pat, a1t, arp, r1a, art.

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