Correct spelling for PLAER

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Possible correct spellings for plaer

  • lear Lear: There is no other letter if you have none.
  • pal Nobody could ha' had a better pal.
  • palaver Palaver shacks drone in ghostly light communicating some message about eel runs up the black river, the equivalent brush of tombstones against dark nightsoil.
  • pale Marcello began to grow pale.
  • pall So long as the moon shone, flickering rays danced and sparkled on the ice and snow, but afterwards only the tedious glimmer of the universal snow-pall lighted the traveller's way.
  • pallor The awful pallor was passing, but the stricken look remained.
  • palmer "Gone," shouted Mrs. Palmer, "gone.
  • par "I beg your par-" began the other, meekly, when his arm was seized, and the injured man exclaimed, "Bless me, sir, is it indeed you whom I see?"
  • pare His next move was to pare and slice potatoes, placing these aside in a pan.
  • peal By the time he found it, he had become a seriously injured man, and the peal he rang summoned Sarah suddenly.
  • pear On the Friday before the last feast of S. Bartholomew, he had seized a boy of twelve or thirteen, under a large pear-trees near the wood of the village Perrouze, and had drawn him into the thicket and killed him, intending to eat him as he had eaten the other children, but the approach of men hindered him from fulfilling his intention.
  • pearl He therefore ordered some pearl ones, hoping to please her.
  • peeler
  • pile
  • pillar
  • place
  • placer
  • plane
  • planer
  • planner
  • plate
  • platter
  • play
  • player
  • plea
  • plead
  • pleader
  • pleat
  • polar
  • pole
  • pule
  • puller
  • Paled
  • Pele
  • Paley
  • Peale
  • Perl
  • pleas
  • PL
  • PYLE
  • paler
  • pales
  • academicians Adams was not sufficiently familiar with the modes of political life in Europe to appreciate what a substantial value Franklin's social and scientific prestige among the "ladies and gentlemen" and the "academicians" had there.
  • accroached

46 words made from the letters plaer

3 letter words made from plaer:

rep, ear, ler, per, pre, ape, arp, lap, pal, par, ale, era, alp, apr, rap, are, pea, epa, lea, pel.

4 letter words made from plaer:

5 letter words made from plaer:

arpel, rapel, alper, peral, prela, paler, repla, pearl.

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