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  • fettle 'Vote for Sweater, Vote for Sweater! Vote for Sweater, VOTE FOR SWEATER! 'He's the Man, who has a plan, To liberate and reinstate the workers! 'Men of Mugs'bro', show your mettle, Let them see that you're in fettle! Once for all this question settle Sweater shall Prevail!'
  • kettle 85 1 kettle, covered .
  • mettle 14: 2nd and 3rd Peterloo Brown letters 6 5 0 Article "High Mettle Dragon".
  • nettle I had the pleasure to see the paws or feet of this nettle move, and having placed the vase full of water in which the coral was, near the fire, at a moderate heat, all the little insects expanded, the nettle stretched out its feet and formed what M. de Marsigli and I had taken for the petals of the flower.
  • pedal At 109th Street a bicycle officer stared in amazement at the dwindling number beneath the rear axle, then ducked his head and began to pedal.
  • peddle Thinks he has got an heiress, and she turns out to peddle sarsaparilla.
  • peddler His eyes commanded the approaches down the road, up the road, and across the street; taking in the passing peddler with the tinware, and the girl with a basket strapped to her back, her fingers knitting for dear life, not to mention so unimportant an object as myself swinging down the road, my iron-shod alpenstock hammering the cobbles.
  • pertly He was a small black man, long-headed and long-backed, with remarkably prominent eyes, a bulging brow, nose pertly turned up, and lean jaws almost unconscious of beard.
  • pestle Horace North had often used a pestle in peace; he now used it in war, for his fingers closed upon the wooden handle, the heavy weapon described the arc of a circle, there was a sounding rap, half an oath- barely that-and the big ruffian fell all in a heap upon the floor.
  • petal The roughness at the lower end of each petal is produced by cutting small pieces of double white wax, and pressing them on with the head of the pin.
  • petaled They lay on their sides with tips pointing starlike to six spheres clustered like a conventionalized five petaled primrose in the exact center.
  • petiole Toward the top, narrow, elliptical, uncut leaves are seated on the stalk; below, much larger leaves, their sharp teeth slanting forward, taper into a broad petiole, whose edges may be cut like fringe.
  • petite Duncombe walked out of the room, and putting on his coat again called for a petite voiture.
  • petrel For "two twos" I believe she would adopt the Stormy Petrel.
  • pettily
  • petty
  • prattle
  • puttee
  • seattle
  • settle
  • settler
  • spittle
  • Petted When the news came that other legions had followed the example of those of Galba, all fell away from Nero, and the Praetorians themselves, whom he had petted and spoilt, having no inclination for a fight with Galba's legionaries, proclaimed the latter emperor.
  • Pele In spite of the strenuous opposition of her friends and even of her husband, she made a journey of about 150 miles, mostly on foot, from Kealakekua to Hilo, visiting the great crater of Kilauea on her way, in order to defy the wrath of Pele, and to prove that no such being existed.
  • Peale Peale painted him in his prime, just after the battle of Monmouth; Trumbull painted him as he was a few years later, at the surrender of Cornwallis; and Stuart painted him when the added dignity of age had crept upon him, and he was President at Philadelphia.
  • Pete "That's right," Pete said.
  • petals Corolla, 10 narrow, elongated ribbon-like petals.
  • pettier Pettier than an insect, and more obstinate than a mule, he had also the superior, sleek humility of a "chosen one."
  • Patel Stones were flung at his door at night, people gathered opposite his house and made unearthly noises, invitations to ceremonial feasts were withheld, and at last he got so alarmed at the spirit of opposition which he had raised that he made one of the low-caste men of the village, who are under orders to the Patel, accompany him whenever he was out after dark.
  • ethicizing Ethicizing of religion, 89 ff; involved in relation to Christ, 89; the divine will in ethical command, 90; involved in nature of God's gifts, 91; communion with God through harmony with his will, 92; the vision of God for the pure in heart, 92; sharing the life of God, 93; Christ, as satisfying our claims on life, 94; attraction to Christ, ethically conditioned, 96; the moral law, a revelation of the love of God, 98.

14 words made from the letters pettle

3 letter words made from pettle:

lee, tee, eel, pel, pet, let, tet, pee.

4 letter words made from pettle:

6 letter words made from pettle:

pettle.

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