What is the correct spelling for PIRCE?

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Correct spelling for PIRCE

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Possible correct spellings for pirce

  • circe 260. Yet they: Circe and the Sirens.
  • pace He fell back a pace as he said: "What-terms?"
  • parse 74. How does Dr. Ash parse to before the infinitive?
  • peace We who go out to die shall be remembered because we gave the world peace.
  • percy Percy came toward her with outstretched hands.
  • pie Why did he eat humble-pie before a young girl from whom he and his companions had wrung the last penny?
  • piece I had only a half-dollar piece.
  • pierce Robin Pierce touched her arm.
  • pierced She laughed heartily at the distressing picture, and the plaintive tone of his voice pierced her armour.
  • price Then name your own price.
  • pricey
  • prize
  • puce
  • purse
  • rice
  • spice
  • pierces After dinner I out with my wife to Mrs. Pierces, where she hath not been a great while, from some little unkindness of my wife's to her when she was last here, but she received us with mighty respect and discretion, and was making herself mighty fine to go to a great ball to-night at Court, being the Queene's birthday; so the ladies for this one day do wear laces, but to put them off again to-morrow.
  • PIES Well, it is better to give than to receive, so I shall send her one of the pork-pies.

21 words made from the letters pirce

3 letter words made from pirce:

cer, prc, cpr, pre, crp, pei, ire, pie, rep, rip, per, cpi, epi, pic, ice.

4 letter words made from pirce:

5 letter words made from pirce:

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