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  • lapel Lefever took the lapel of the scout's coat in his hand.
  • palely Like La Belle Dame Sans Merci, and he does not want to be found in future ages alone and palely loitering in the middle of sedge and things.
  • papal Talk of your Papal Zouaves and your Buckingham Palace Guard!
  • people They are delightful people.
  • pimple Each bit of down grows out of a little raised place on the skin that looks like a pimple, and the feather comes out of the same.
  • plop The soft plop-plop of hoofs grew louder, two forms loomed out of the darkness, a horse shied, a man swore.
  • politely "You'll forgive me for leaving you, won't you," she added politely to Mrs. Fisher.
  • polyp Over a hundred and fifty years ago Trembley found that if a polyp were cut into several pieces, each piece produced those structures necessary to render it a perfect polyp.
  • poplar Viewed from the outside, it all looked like an immense poplar grove, on account of the double rows of tall Lombardy poplar trees at the borders.
  • propel There is a dissatisfaction attending the production of all work even in the most creative minds; but when to this there is added a keenly fastidious taste, working in a region where there can hardly be a constant glow of enthusiasm to propel a student through his exertions, it will be seen that natural difficulty must have been great.
  • properly Here are, very properly, two sitting-rooms in each gallery, one for the quiet, the other for the turbulent; but I could wish that the noisy and turbulent were in a separate part of the house by day and by night....
  • pulp The Indian women throw the seeds into a vessel of hot water, and stir them violently for about an hour, until they have taken off the pulp.
  • pulpit He did not get into his pulpit to talk about his party, his cause, his interest, or his office.
  • pulpy Bunch medium, compact, sometimes shouldered; berry round, brown, sweet, very foxy-pulpy.
  • pupal He is then called a pupa, and is in a strange transition period during which he does not eat. He now slowly takes on the form of a true mosquito within his pupal skin or shell.
  • pupil And a governess-pupil in Cousin Amelia's school.
  • purple Mark the purple streams that flow!
  • Plopped Dorothy traveled to Oz via a powerful cyclone which carried her house and herself over the massive desert and plopped her on top of a particularly evil Witch.
  • Pulped The advantages of pulping roots for cattle are-1st, Economy of food; for the roots being pulped and mixed with the chaff, either from threshing or cut hay or straw, the whole is consumed without waste, the animals not being able to separate the chaff from the pulped roots, as is the case when the roots are merely sliced by the common cutter, neither do they waste the fodder as when given without being cut.
  • Polyps If the stem of this hydroid, which is usually covered with polyps, is put into an aquarium the polyps soon fall off.
  • pulps Cook with the water in a covered sauce pan. Press through a colander, add sugar to the pulps and cool.

43 words made from the letters peolpel

3 letter words made from peolpel:

ell, lee, leo, pee, pep, eel, pol, pel, lop, pop, poe.

5 letter words made from peolpel:

eppel, peple, polel, pello, elope, epple, polle, oppel, lepel, peope, opepe, leppo, pelle.

4 letter words made from peolpel:

6 letter words made from peolpel:

poeple, peploe, people.

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