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  • legged We, accordingly, lifted him from off the car, and assisted him into the house, and following Finucane down a narrow passage, at last reached a most comfortable little chamber, with a neat bed; here we placed him, while the doctor gave some directions to a bare-headed, red-legged hussey, without shoes or stockings, and himself proceeded to examine the wound, which was a more serious one than it at first appeared.
  • peaked "Safe and sound, too, by Heaven's mercy," said the Lord Proprietor, plucking off his peaked cap and shaking the water from it.
  • pillaged On their way to Tetuan the thousand odd had pillaged right and left, stealing fruit and robbing houses.
  • placed "I am so sorry to have placed you in this dreadful position, Mr. Smart.
  • plagued He was always excited while he dressed, twanging all over to the tuning of the strings and the preliminary flourishes of the horns in the music-room; but tonight he seemed quite beside himself, and he teased and plagued the boys until, telling him that he was crazy, they put him down on the floor and sat on him.
  • played He played the game too well.
  • plead Yet still it shall plead for Nelatu.
  • pleader But the fact is, I never looked upon him in the light of a business man, but only as a brilliant barrister, and eloquent pleader.
  • pleased I was pleased to hear this.
  • pleated She was ablaze with ornaments and embroidery of gold, on neck and shoulders and wrist; a wide lace collar fell over a bodice of purple silk; silken too, and of brightest green, was her pleated skirt.
  • pledge "Very well; I'll pay that for you; you can leave me your revolver as a pledge.
  • pledged But it was soon plain that a Prime Minister pledged to everybody was pledged to nobody.
  • plugged I had to shoot over your shoulder, or I'd hev plugged him sooner."
  • Leagued Lord Soulis was in so dreadful a rage, when you could not be found, that he accused the English commander of having leagued with Lady Mar to deceived him.
  • Leaked It may have leaked out from something in "the Major's" manner.
  • Paged Also he'd had him paged through four hotel grill rooms and called up three brokers' offices.
  • Pealed How the very night after the men had run down in vain, the bell pealed out again, and the guardians remained snugly in their beds, only to hear next day that this time the alarm had been real.
  • Pegged I'd pegged away at it two years, an' I couldn't."
  • Planed So swiftly did he pluck his feet away from the desk that twenty sheets of paper planed down to the floor, bringing the cup of tea with them in their fall.
  • Plated No iron-plated Jacob could ever have resisted another two miles' journey in such company.
  • Pleaded Don't be afraid," he pleaded, but it was no use.
  • Plunged Into it with his short legs he plunged, only anxious to reach the house before the General started down town.
  • polkaed

99 words made from the letters pleaged

3 letter words made from pleaged:

eld, ale, leg, lag, gal, dal, adp, gad, eeg, alp, ape, pel, lea, eel, pad, gel, pea, gap, lee, gee, pal, peg, age, ade, epa, edp, pdl, dag, dle, led, gdp, lap, pee, lad.

4 letter words made from pleaged:

5 letter words made from pleaged:

egale, dagle, padle, gaede, deleg, ledge, gleda, daele, plead, glade, edale, deepa, edgel, leape, epeda, pledg, pedle, leage, leepa, eagle, pagle, plage, pedge, eagel, pelea, delap, delag, pagel, pedal, peled, aglee.

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