Correct spelling for PICQUE
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Possible correct spellings for picque
- cirque My neighbors on the floor, separated only by a narrow partition, were the clowns-both men and women-of the Cirque Napoleon which was near our house.
- cue It was the prophet's cue to sit tight and yawn occasionally.
- icu According to the United States Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, "Abnormal placentation has been associated with both maternal and neonatal morbidity including need for antepartum hospitalization, preterm delivery, emergent caesarean delivery, hysterectomy, blood transfusion, surgical injury, intensive care unit (ICU) stay, and fetal and maternal death and may be life-threatening for mother and baby.
- opaque But dirt and a filthy existence form a better screen than opaque garments.
- pac unicameral Legislative Assembly or Asamblea Legislativa (57 seats; members are elected by direct, popular vote to serve four-year terms) elections: last held 5 February 2006 (next to be held in February 2010) election results: percent of vote by party - NA; seats by party - PLN 25, PAC 17, PML 6, PUSC 5, PASE 1, PFA 1, PRN 1, PUN 1
- paige I forgot, said Mrs. Paige with a shrug; and, bending over again, became exceedingly busy with her trowel until the fire in her cheeks had cooled.
- pc 1 pc. Course Ticking, qt. 35 yds., at 12d., 1li. 15s.;
- pic He suggested another pic-nic.
- pica As to my namesake, I am sorry to say that I perceive the appropriateness of Charley; but I suppose it is style, for the masculine dress which in Pica and Avice has an air of being worn for mere convenience' sake, and is quite ladylike, especially on Avice, has in her an appearance of defiance and coquetry.
- pick Time to pick up Barby.
- picker The cost of picking in the fall of 1920 ranged from 15 to 20 cents per goose where the picker was boarded and 24 cents without board.
- picket During the night of August 30 the long line of camp-fires on the heights above Bull Run, and the frequent skirmishes along the picket line, told General Lee that his enemy had no intention of falling back behind the stream.
- Picked I thought they had them all picked up, long ago.
18 words made from the letters picque
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