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Correct spelling for PICHCHER
We think the word pichcher is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for pichcher
- Psyche(Definition of psyche)
- Pitch(Definition of pitch)
- Pitcher(Definition of pitcher)
- Pushchair(Definition of pushchair)
- Preacher(Definition of preacher)
- Pinch(Definition of pinch)
- Pusher(Definition of pusher)
- Puncher(Definition of puncher)
- Pitched(Definition of pitched)
- Poacher(Definition of poacher)
The twins were profoundly bored by her psyche, chiefly because they didn't know what part of her it was, and it was no use asking for she didn't answer; but they listened with real interest to her concrete experiences, and especially to the experiences connected with mr. bilton.
Now take it up and pitch it into the boat."
The three of them stood for a moment awkwardly silent, and then mary left them in order to see that the great pitcher of coffee was properly handled, for beneath all her education she preserved the anxieties of one who owns china.
He is no preacher, but a painter of human nature.
Much as you would hate to pinch him, you can't let sentiment interfere with duty.
The cow-puncher and the boys recalled now a visit made to mr. merrill's ranch some weeks before by a party of united states secret agents.
The savage stalked along in front of them for some distance till they suddenly emerged on a small clearing by a river bank, in which a rough native camp had been pitched.
They had come to a tight lock at once, for the poacher had risen so close under him that he could not catch his collar and hold him off.