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  • lease These truths have made their way to the minds of the ministry, insomuch, as to have delayed the execution of the new lease of the Farms, six months.
  • passe Everything was done in a very expeditious and civil manner, not only for us, but for a few steerage passengers, and this, too, without the least necessity for a douceur, the usual passe-partout of England.
  • place Is it a place?
  • please Please tell her so.
  • pleased Nobody will be better pleased than I am to hear the good news.
  • pleasure You see, he knowed it would be a pleasure to me.
  • Plays "It's quite a story," she explained, "and though it was orful at the beginnin' it come out all right, jest as the plays all do.
  • pleads For the sake of your wife whose noble heart, crushed, pleads for you, I reduce your deserved sentence five years.
  • pleas As it was he simply read the direction: To the Honourable The Lord Justice Elijah Harbottle, One of his Majesty's Justices of the Honourable Court of Common Pleas.
  • pleases "Oh, perhaps it's that that pleases her in him.
  • pleats She wore a coarse woollen skirt, over which hung the full basque of her flowered jacket, but as Tobias' arm was round her waist the stiff pleats were not in such perfect order as usual.
  • peals The great peals of joy, the song of triumph will then ring out."
  • academicians Mr. Hacker's election, and the three elections that will follow it, those of Mr. Shannon, Mr. Alfred East, and Mr. Bromley, will be equivalent to an official declaration that those who desire to be English Academicians must adopt the French methods.
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113 words made from the letters pleasse

3 letter words made from pleasse:

lap, pal, ass, asp, sep, psa, epa, sse, pea, eel, asl, ese, see, als, sle, lee, pes, ape, sap, lea, pas, pee, sea, spa, alp, sls, pel, ale.

4 letter words made from pleasse:

5 letter words made from pleasse:

lessa, peels, elses, seale, pales, assel, seles, sales, alpes, seals, pelas, passe, easel, sleep, peles, lesse, sepal, slaps, paese, peals, leses, lepas, speal, plesa, spela, pelea, essel, speel, aspel, spees, lapse, elsas, lease, eales, assle, leaps, aseel, sease, splee, pleas, pases, salps, salpe, easle, eases, leape, slaes, leepa, sespe, plass, speas, seeps.

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Corressponding

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