How to spell PLUAL correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell plual correctly

  • elul The biblical Hebrew word elul refers to the ninth month of the Jewish year.
  • lull The sun had set, and the birds had stopped singing, leaving the air to feel like a warm blanket, wrapping around you
  • lulu I have a lulu for my hair.
  • pail
  • pal
  • pale
  • pall
  • papal Pope Francis issued a statement Wednesday condemning global warming.
  • paul My brother is named Paul.
  • pauli
  • pawl
  • peal
  • pedal
  • penal
  • petal
  • pill
  • plan
  • plat I wish I had a plat dinner for two.
  • play I always feel like playing video games after work.
  • plea
  • plead Please plead with the judge for a shorter sentence.
  • pleat
  • pluck I can't believe he plucked that flower by the roadside.
  • plug
  • plum
  • plumb
  • plume She wafted her feather-light wrap over her head and posed for a selfie, holding her plumage out behind her
  • plumy The plumy softness of her hair was a delight to touch.
  • plural We need more than one cup of coffee.
  • plus After finishing our math quiz, we brought our scores to the teacher to see if we had scored plus on the quiz.
  • plush I love my new plush blanket.
  • pluto Not only is Pluto a planet, but it is also a dwarf planet.
  • pluvial The rainfall yesterday was quite heavy, leading to flooding in some areas.
  • poll During the national poll, I asked my friends who they voted for.
  • pule I can't believe she said that! She's so stupid!
  • pull
  • pupal The pupa then emerged from the cocoon as a beautiful butterfly.
  • purl I could smell the aroma of yeast in the air and I could also smell the presence of purl.
  • Paula
  • Lula
  • pleas Can I pleases help you carry your groceries in?
  • pulls
  • PL Please list my parcels.

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