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How to spell PLEZ correctly?

If you often find yourself misspelling "plez" instead of "please", fear not! Here are some possible correct suggestions to rectify this typo: "plea", "pleb", "plex" or simply "please" itself. Remember, using the correct spelling enhances your written communication skills and helps avoid confusion.

List of suggestions on how to spell plez correctly

  • ALES The pub has a great selection of ales on tap.
  • Les Les is a town in France.
  • Liz Liz is my neighbor and she always waves when she sees me.
  • Luz
  • Oles Oles never fails to amaze with her intelligence.
  • pale The moon cast a pale light over the dark forest.
  • Paled The sky was a deep and paled blue.
  • paler The paler girl looked like she was going to cry.
  • pales The flower's beauty pales in comparison to the grandeur of the mountain.
  • Paley There are a lot of things to ponder in life and Paley is one of them.
  • peel
  • PEES
  • Pele
  • Pelee I was visiting the beautiful island of Pelee in Canada.
  • Perez Perez is a common surname in Spain and Latin America.
  • PIES I bought some pies for dinner.
  • pile I need to organize my books into a pile before I can start packing them.
  • piled
  • piles The construction workers had to clear the piles of debris from the demolition site.
  • PL
  • plan I have a plan to start my own business next year.
  • plat The restaurant served a delicious plat of roasted vegetables and quinoa.
  • play
  • plaza The tourists gathered at the plaza to take pictures of the historical monument.
  • plea The defendant entered a guilty plea in exchange for a reduced sentence.
  • plead The defendant will plead not guilty to the charges.
  • pleas I submitted my pleas to the judge, hoping for a reduced sentence.
  • pleat The pleat on the front of her skirt gave it a unique and stylish look.
  • pleb I can't believe that pleb just left without saying goodbye!
  • plebe As a new plebe in the military academy, he had to learn to follow orders without question.
  • Plebs The wealthy aristocrats of ancient Rome looked down on the plebs, or common people, as inferior.
  • Plied A fishing net stretched across the riverbed was the only thing preventing the trout from plied freely through the waterways.
  • plies He pushes against the locked door with all his might, but it refuses to budge under his strenuous plies.
  • PLO The PLO is a political organization that advocates for the rights of Palestinians.
  • plod The exhausted hiker had to plod slowly up the mountain.
  • plop I heard a plop as the water droplets fell into the puddle.
  • plot In order to carry out their plot, the burglars needed to cross the yard.
  • plow My neighbor owns a tractor-driven plow that he uses to clear his driveway in the winter.
  • ploy She used a clever ploy to get out of the difficult situation.
  • plug Please plug in the electric kettle.
  • plum Isabella is wearing a plum dress.
  • plus We went to the park to play plus we ate ice cream.
  • ply He used two ply instead of one ply tissue.
  • pole The flag was planted on top of the pole.
  • Poled I cannot believe that she would Poled me on my birthday.
  • poles The poles of the Earth are located at the North and South ends of the planet.
  • PRES
  • pule
  • Puled
  • pules Theodore Pules decided to return the toy pule he just received.
  • putz I haven't been able to putz around the house for two weeks.
  • PYLE I saw a recently released movie called "PYLE.

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