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Possible correct spellings for phat

  • chat The old lady, with the wife and child, retired to a quiet corner for a friendly chat, and when no more noticed, quietly walked away.
  • ghat They say he will arrive at Ghat in twelve days.
  • hat Gideon Rolfe waved his hand and put on his hat.
  • pat Sanchia had the effrontery to pat his arm and whisper: 'Dear friend, that you should be distressed because of me.
  • peat In the north of England the moors lie high, but here again the peat bed is like a saucer or basin, and there is soil or rock below that does not let the rain water pass through.
  • plat I had one general next to me at table, the famous General Changarnier, who my other neighbor said had one foot in the grave and the other dans le plat.
  • prat Francisco Prat, Subdeacon, native of Esponella, and a resident in the Seminario del Senor, in the bishopric of Gerona, by counsel and order of the Reverend Juan Salgueda his Confessor, gives information with due respect to your Excellency, of the following matter.
  • That 15,976. How do you account for that?
  • What 16,389. What are you?
  • PHAT He dropped on one knee and fired into the brown of the men on the veranda, but the bullet flew high, and landed in the brickwork with a vicious phat that made some of the younger ones turn pale.

9 words made from the letters phat

3 letter words made from phat:

atp, tap, hap, hat, pat, apt.

4 letter words made from phat:

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