Correct spelling for PLCED

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Possible correct spellings for plced

  • laced But the old woman laced so quickly and so tightly that Snow-white lost her breath and fell down as if dead.
  • palsied With palsied hands, they raised the glasses to their lips.
  • piled He looked again at Gloria, at the fire; he saw wood piled near by.
  • place Let him go, and put me in his place."
  • placed Is a man like Hill, who is placed in that position, likely to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth?
  • placer
  • placid
  • plaid
  • played
  • plead
  • pleased
  • plod
  • plowed
  • plucked
  • plumed
  • posed
  • priced
  • pulled
  • pulsed
  • sliced
  • Paced Gloomy and stern, he paced before her.
  • Paled What was it that paled the man's flushed cheeks?
  • Palled But even this occupation soon palled, and the whole Court were struck by his increasing dejection, which, rightly or wrongly, they attributed to the absence of Lady Daphne.
  • Palmed Tinned meat is good, sometimes excellent; but when you find that a cunning storekeeper has palmed off all his minced mutton on you, you are apt to fancy tinned fare monotonous!
  • Pelted The sky was covered with tumbling, flying clouds, which changed shape continually, and ripped into long, fleecy ravelings, that broke loose and pelted on until merged into the next billowy mass.
  • Pieced I will content myself with a single, and a ludicrous, item, which shows how carelessly it was pieced together.
  • Pilled
  • Planed
  • Plated
  • Plied
  • Poled
  • Policed
  • Polled
  • Puled
  • Pulped
  • Spliced
  • places
  • plies

10 words made from the letters plced

4 letter words made from plced:

3 letter words made from plced:

dle, pdl, dec, lcd, led, edp, pel, eld.

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