Correct spelling for PLEAAE

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Possible correct spellings for pleaae

  • pale He was silent again, then looked up with a pale face.
  • peace I never seemed to have a moment's peace or comfort.
  • peal She now heard the buzz of many voices, the rolling peal of acclamations, but she distinguished nothing; her senses were in tumults; and had not Lady Ruthven seen her disorder, she would have fallen motionless to the floor.
  • pearl Then, at last, while I was thinking of this pearl, and of its meaning, I heard the end of the story of the Other Wise Man.
  • place "It's a bad place.
  • plane She was existing upon quite another plane.
  • plate I presume she didn't like having a plate prepared for her!
  • play Doesn't he go to the play, I wonder?
  • plea Hence this volume, which is a plea for that great fortune of man-his own nature.
  • plead He could try to plead with Mike on the phone.
  • pleader What a little pleader you are, Maggie.
  • please Well, haven't I a right to please myself?
  • pleat But on such occasions Renaud had always dealt frankly, never promising marriage nor any other thing, but simply giving the fair one a present, a souvenir, a brass ring, or a silk handkerchief-a fichu to pleat after the Arlesian fashion, or a broad velvet ribbon for a head-dress; while Rampal was treacherous, promised much and did nothing,-in short, was nothing but fena, a good-for-nothing.
  • plebe It is rare that second class men take any part in hazing; it is almost unheard of for a first class man to take any really active part in running a plebe.
  • pledge But I would not ask a pledge, blindfold, Sir; even to save all those ten lives of mine.
  • Pleurae -The chest was contracted; the ribs unyielding, with extensive adhesions of the pleurae.
  • Pele Sometimes the remains were thrown into the boiling lava of the volcanoes, and this mode of sepulture was regarded as homage paid to the goddess Pele, who fed principally on human flesh.
  • Peale Since the time of Peale several fine specimens have been taken from Ulster and Orange Counties, among them the well-known "Warren Mastodon," and there is not the slightest doubt that many more will be recovered from the meadows, swamps, and pond holes of these two counties.
  • pleas If the habit is too strong, and will not budge, you can soothe your conscience and make the most plausible of pleas by insisting that human nature and long custom and uniform tradition and the honest doubt whether smoking is, after all, injurious, must all be carefully considered.
  • Pelee Professor Hill was near the ruins of St. Pierre on Monday night during the series of explosions from Mount Pelee, and was able to describe the volcanic eruption from close observation.
  • academicians The celebrated academicians of the Cimento found, nearly two centuries ago, that this heat is reflected like light; that, as in the case of light, a concave mirror concentrates it at the focus.

30 words made from the letters pleaae

3 letter words made from pleaae:

ale, pea, pee, lee, ala, alp, pel, lap, ape, pal, epa, eel, lea.

4 letter words made from pleaae:

5 letter words made from pleaae:

pelea, leepa, leape, palae.

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