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  • paiute The wickiup is built in the usual Paiute fashion, of long willows set about a circular pit, bent over to form a dome, thatched with reeds and grass.
  • party It's only a lunch close by, just a party of girls; I'll tell you about it upstairs."
  • pat "Now, Pat Connex, I've got a word with you.
  • pate Moulded by two women who were imbued with the spirit of Richter's admonition: "Girls like the priestesses of old, should be educated only in sacred places, and never hear, much less see, what is rude, immoral or violent"; the pate tendre of Leo's character showed unmistakably the potter's marks.
  • patty Patty looked up to answer, and, glancing round the room, caught sight of him.
  • peaty It succeeds best in a somewhat shady situation, and when planted in not too heavy peaty soil, but where abundance of not stagnant moisture is present.
  • pet In the scuffle my treasure fell to the ground; my pink pet was crushed into a little heap of shell dust.
  • peter Shall I tell her, Peter?"
  • petty In which confession I let the reader into the secret of my own petty limitations.
  • pie "At a moderately early hour we retired, and in the morning, soon after breakfast, his Majesty and I started on our expedition in quest of blackbirds for the Queen's pie.
  • pied The Pied Piper of Hamelin, with 35 illustrations by Kate Greenaway.
  • pier Then meet me on the pier at seven-thirty."
  • piety Ultimately, monasteries were built here, famous for the supposed piety of their inmates.
  • pinter Hain't you never heard nothin' from that pinter pup at all?
  • piste Collections were made in the Deciduous Forest at Champoton, Campeche, Isla Cozumel and Puerto Juarez, Quintana Roo, and Piste, Yucatan.
  • pit It would be no slight undertaking to dig a pit of proper size, for they would require one that would at least hold half-a-dozen quaggas at a time.
  • pita Savali Talavou Ale – Speaker of the American Samoa House of Representatives (since 2007) Pita Elisara – American football offensive lineman
  • pithy Turning away in silent indignation, as I get almost out of earshot it is some comfort to hear the sergeant's pithy commentary, "Ye wall-eyed gutter-snipe, your grandmother would ha' known that was nothin' but a cayote."
  • pitt 1868 C. Pitt-Taylor and J. Blake-Humphrey, Third Trinity.
  • pitta 74. Pitta bertae.
  • pitted Three others held the pitted, warped hulks of Meloan battleships.
  • pity You do not care, you have no pity."
  • poet I have a friend, Francesco Berni, here, A very charming poet and companion, Who greatly honors you and all your doings, And you must sup with us.
  • poitier Brad Pitt (born 1963): American actor; stated that he did not believe in God, and that he was mostly agnostic Sidney Poitier (born 1927): Bahamian American actor, film director, author, and diplomat; his views are closer to deism Hugo Riemann (1949–1919): German music theorist and composer Joe Rogan (born 1967): American comedian, podcaster, social critic and UFC color commentator Andy Rooney (1919–2011): American broadcast personality; specified that he was an agnostic and not an atheist, but also called himself an atheist Larry Sanger: American co-founder of Wikipedia Franz Schubert (1797–1828): Austrian composer Robert Schumann (1810–1856): German composer and influential music critic; widely regarded as one of the greatest composers of the Romantic era Ridley Scott (born 1937): English film director and producer; Alien (1979), Blade Runner Adrienne Shelly (1966–2006), American actor, screenwriter and director Richard Strauss (1864-1949): German composer of the late Romantic and early modern eras Howard Stern (born 1954): American radio personality, television host, author, actor, and photographer Sting (born 1951): English musician and lead singer of The Police Matt Stone (born 1971): American co-creator of the cartoon series South Park; considers himself an agnostic Jew (his mother is Jewish), though he has also denied the existence of God Osamu Tezuka (1928–1989): Japanese cartoonist, manga artist, animator, producer, activist and medical doctor; creator of Astro Boy, Kimba the White Lion and Black Jack; often credited as the "godfather of anime", and is often considered the Japanese equivalent to Walt Disney Jhonen Vasquez (born 1974): American comic book writer, and cartoonist; known for the animated series Invader Zim Giuseppe Verdi (1813–1901): Italian composer, one of the most influential of the 19th century Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872–1958): British composer.
  • potty Captain Underpants and the Tyrannical Retaliation of the Turbo Toilet 2000 (2014) Captain Underpants and the Sensational Saga of Sir Stinks-A-Lot (2015) Captain Underpants activity books The Captain Underpants Extra-Crunchy Book o Fun (2001) The All-New Captain Underpants Extra-Crunchy Book o Fun 2 (2002) The Captain Underpants Super Silly Sticker Studio (2005) The Captain Underpants Cartoon-O-Rama Book #1: Heroes, Villains and Supercreeps (TBA) Captain Underpants spin-offs The Adventures of Super Diaper Baby (2002) The Adventures of Ook and Gluk: Kung-Fu Cavemen from the Future (2010) Super Diaper Baby 2: The Invasion of the Potty Snatchers (2011) Dog Man (2016) (In full color) Dog Man Unleashed (2017) (In full color) Dog Man: A Tale of Two Kitties (2017) (In full color) Dog Man and Cat Kid (2017) (In full color) Dog Man: Lord Of the Fleas (2018) (In full color) Dog Man: Brawl of the Wild (2018) (In full color) The Adventures of Ook and Gluk Jr: Kung-Fu Cavekids in Outer Space (TBA) FrankenFart vs.
  • pt It is published in Cuneiform Texts in the British Museum, Pt.
  • put Where to put Mellersh.
  • putty Yet it was putty under these hands.
  • spite Only because I thought perhaps you were obliged to go, in spite of your chauffeur being ill.
  • Piney " Piney-woods people" was the local name for the tackies, the clay eaters, the no-accounts, that had settled about on the poorer lands in that section of Georgia, and given themselves over to thriftlessness for good and all.
  • Pities You possess the best of all influence in this," lightly touching the hilt of my sword, "and it is a thousand pities that greater facilities are not afforded to men of your kidney for entrance into the service.
  • Pitied Yet surely he is to be pitied?
  • PTO Without a live PTO, a high inertial load can cause the tractor to continue to move forward even when the foot clutch is depressed, creating an unsafe condition.
  • Pete I rather like Peter, but Pete is dreadful!
  • pits The Southerners, however, securely posted in rifle-pits and cellars, were not to be dislodged; and at ten o'clock Burnside ordered the heavy batteries into action.
  • PTA In April 2006, Arroyo gave the PTA administrative control over Boracay, to be exercised in coordination with the provincial government.
  • pot They were at once haughty with the pride of esthetic cleverness, and humble with the sense of their unworthiness in the wide old-world of art. Lee was contemptuous of wealth when they had a pot of beans in the house, and Frank was imperiously truculent when borrowing ten dollars from a friend or demanding an advance of cash from a prospective patron.

19 words made from the letters pitey

3 letter words made from pitey:

pei, epi, yip, yet, tie, pit, tip, pie, pet.

4 letter words made from pitey:

pity, iypt, yipe, yeti, tiye, tepi, type, teip, piye.

5 letter words made from pitey:

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