Correct spelling for PLEY

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Possible correct spellings for pley

  • play We should all remember that we should work while we work and play while we play.
  • plea But in those days the nearest were far, and I put him off with this plea and that; and come a day, and gone in a day, and months away, was the way with him then.
  • pleb The rusticity of his previous occupation and breeding was upon him. Seventeen years old, hardly more than five feet tall, but solid and muscular, with no particular charm of face or manner, no special dignity of carriage, he was only a common sort of pleb, modest, good-natured, respectful, companionable but sober-minded, observant but undemonstrative, willing but not ardent, trusty but without high ambitions,-the kind of boy who might achieve commendable success in the academy, or might prove unequal to its requirements, without giving cause of surprise to his associates.
  • ploy I'll gie ye your kail through the reek for this ploy the next time I forgaither wi' ye on the tap o' Caerdon.
  • ply Their cries summoned the others; and in a few moments the poor Hottentot was standing in the midst of an angry circle of chacmas, that were only prevented from springing in upon her by the expert manner in which she continued to ply the broom-stick.
  • prey Yes-he comes, like a lion, roaring for his prey.
  • Paley When, therefore, Paley goes on to ask:-"How is it possible, under circumstances of such close affinity, and under the operation of equal evidence, to exclude contrivance from the case of the eye, yet to acknowledge the proof of contrivance having been employed, as the plainest and clearest of all propositions, in the case of the telescope?"

5 words made from the letters pley

3 letter words made from pley:

ply, lye, ley, pel.

4 letter words made from pley:


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