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  • laced Puritans are mighty straight-laced, and they won't let me smoke in the parlor, but the Almighty don't make any better people.
  • palsied With palsied hands she undid her bodice, clutched at the book, forced her blurred eyes to find the page, and ran them over it.
  • peeled He peeled it exactly as a man would have done, smelt it critically, and threw it back at her in the most insulting fashion.
  • pierced But several of our people dropped close beside me, pierced through with assegais.
  • place Why does he stay in the place?
  • placed Then she called me and placed her in my arms.
  • placer It was foolish and cruel of you to imagine-even when you were in trouble-that any of the Club weighed friendship on old-fashioned placer diggings gold scales.
  • placid Turner nodded a placid acquiescence.
  • plead You must therefore desire my sister to plead in your behalf, when she writes to Lady S. I am much flattered at my name having been found worthy of notice in the House of Commons, and I thank you for the praise you bestow on me for the business of our last cruise.
  • pleased Her first thought was, "How pleased Richard will be!"
  • pleated Much more existed before the Great Fire of 1666. The chief characteristics of the English Norman work are the half-circular Roman arch, seen in all Romanesque work: massive walls unsupported by great buttresses and not pierced by the large windows which appear in the later Gothic style; square towers without spires; barrel vaulting over nave and aisles in the churches; massive piers; the use of colour upon ornaments and wall surfaces instead of in the windows as in Gothic buildings; small interlacing round arches in wall surfaces; zigzag and "dog tooth" decoration; "pleated" capitals; carvings, more or less grotesque, of human or animal forms.
  • pledged In so many words, is Madame de la Bidache pledged to de Gomeron?
  • plucked N.B.-If plucked, a duck, 5s."
  • precede He too well understood the cause of this uproar, and it awakened in him sensations resembling those which the condemned criminal feels, when his ears are assailed by the dreadful sounds that precede his execution.
  • pulsed Below panted and pulsed a crimson and purple-coloured shapeless thing.
  • Fleeced Call upon Dr Jolliffe indeed, to get a couple of school-boys, whom he had fleeced, into a shindy!
  • Paced Not one man, but two, paced the floor because of Jacqueline that evening.
  • Pelted Out of doors he pelted, without his hat, uttering a volley of fearful imprecations, and calling on the unseen miscreant to come forward; for whom it was lucky that he had time to escape from a pair of fists that in a minute or two would have beaten his little carcass into a jelly!
  • Pieced The way men may be pieced and patched together is one of the finds of the new medical era.
  • Pleaded Again and again he pleaded with Jeanne to marry him.
  • Plied As she ate, she plied the maid with questions.
  • Policed 4. The Guard, on the day succeeding that on which it marched off, will constitute the General Police, and will be formed by the Junior Officer of the Guard, on the General Parade Ground, at morning and evening Police calls, and will police those parts of Camp not policed by the company Police party.
  • Spliced The anatomical points of a bow have a time-honored nomenclature and are as follows: Bows may be single staves, or one-piece bows, those of one continuity and homogeneity; spliced bows consist of two pieces of wood united in the handle; backed bows have an added strip of wood glued on the back; and composite bows are made up of several different substances, such as wood, horn, sinew, and glue.

24 words made from the letters pleced

4 letter words made from pleced:

3 letter words made from pleced:

dle, lcd, pee, pdl, lee, edp, pel, eel, eld, dec, eec, led.

5 letter words made from pleced:

peled, pecel, edcel, pedle.

Misspelling of the day

Pire

  • dire
  • eire
  • fire
  • hire
  • ire
  • lire
  • mire
  • no buts about it
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  • pi re
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