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How to spell PLOTES correctly?

If you've mistakenly spelled "plotes", worry not, as there are several sensible suggestions to correct it. For example, "plots" refers to storylines or parcels of land, while "plates" relates to dishware. Another possibility is "plotters", which are plotting devices or individuals involved in schemes. Choose the option that best fits your intended meaning.

List of suggestions on how to spell plotes correctly

  • lodes The mine had been abandoned for years, but there were still lodes of gold left untapped deep within the earth.
  • lots There are lots of people at the beach today.
  • lotus The lotus flower symbolizes purity and enlightenment in many Eastern religions.
  • lutes In medieval times, musicians frequently played lutes to provide entertainment in the courts of kings and noble households.
  • Palates
  • pates She likes to cook pates.
  • Pilates Pilates is a form of exercise that focus on the core muscles.
  • pilots I need a pilots license to fly my plane.
  • plate She set the plate on the table for dinner.
  • platens The printer's platens were adjusted to ensure the paper was aligned properly.
  • plates
  • PLATS The chef presented the plats to the diners with impeccable timing and precision.
  • platys I saw a platys swimming in the tank.
  • plies He usually plies his trade on the streets.
  • plods She plods along in her own little world.
  • plot The plot of the movie was so intricate that I had to watch it twice to fully understand it.
  • plots The author was praised for their intricate and unpredictable plots that kept readers on the edge of their seats.
  • plotter He was a plotter of mysterious schemes that often left his friends scratching their heads in wonder.
  • ploys The politician tried several ploys to gain more votes.
  • poles She loves going on poles.
  • pots Why can't you put the pots away?
  • Potts

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