Correct spelling for PEOT
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Possible correct spellings for peot
- peat The Danes and their allies cared not for the great glowing heap of peat.
- pelt This is the Corso all full of people, and I'll pelt them merrily, so, and so, and so!
- pent The superficial palmar arch, F, Plate 17, lies beneath the dense palmar fascia; and whenever matter happens to be pent up by this fascia, and it is necessary that an opening be made for its exit, the incision should be conducted at a distance from the locality of the vessel.
- peon In the huge court, before pillars with chains, a peon was mopping up some dark stains....
- pert He hated to be pert; on the other hand, to be solemn would be offensive to Lucy-which he would not be.
- pest They are, as a matter of course, the pest of society, and generally corrupt.
- pet But I only laughed at his childish pet-my bright, beautiful boy!
- plot "We shall have to make a plot.
- poet The Poet above takes notice of two persons by the names of Tarchon, and Turseen.
- Perot The Nepairinians and Kikabous, of all their numerous Allies, only remained firm to the French; every one of the others endeavoured to gain the Friendship of the Five Nations; and would certainly have done it, by murdering all the French among them, had not the Sieur Perot, with wonderful Sagacity and eminent Hazard to his own Person, diverted them.
- pot Let me say to you, if you get a pie, and it is too hot to eat, do not put it on the top of a big tin pot, in the air, and go off to see a cat or a dog, for if you do, may be a sly old ape may get at the pie, and eat it all up.
10 words made from the letters peot
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