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  • adduce It is remarkable that the very same opinions which they express and arguments which they adduce had, fifty years afterward, come to be denounced and repudiated by one half of the Union as partisan and sectional when propounded by the other half.
  • bodice As she put on her skirt and bodice, she heard the wagon labouring, forward.
  • dace Many of them practice fly-fishing; and if trout are not to be got, there are chub, dace, and bleak, and occasionally a roach, to reward them for their skill.
  • deduce I reminded you of the follies of the first day, intending to deduce from thence some useful lessons for you, but instead of listening to them, you kindle at the recollection, you retrace the whole series with a fondness, which shows you want nothing but the opportunity, to act it over again.
  • deuce And as they went he sang out joyously: "The Lord knows what we'll find, dear heart, and the deuce knows what we'll do.
  • dice It doesn't appear to disturb the duke and his guests at their dice; and here, my lord, are fifty florins which, I think, will do for the beginning."
  • douse That's it, men, douse them, kick them, murther them both if you like,-the curs!
  • duse Together they saw Duse and Sarah Bernhardt; and they had seen Rejane in Paris, in crudely tragic parts; and they studied the English stage, to find out why it maintained itself at so stiff a distance from nature.
  • educe Take any moral or religious book, and, instead of understanding each sentence according to the main purpose and intention, interpret every phrase in its literal sense as conveying, and designed to convey, a metaphysical verity, or historical fact:-what a strange medley of doctrines should we not educe?
  • pace Until I stopped I had not known the pace I ran; and I had a vague sympathy and understanding, never felt before, for those who left the running.
  • pod The whole plant is rough and hairy-leaf, branch, and pod.
  • police It is the duty of a police captain to report to the police commissioners on the fifth of each month: 1. Steps taken to enforce provisions of the Penal Law with reference to disorderly houses within his precinct.
  • ponce About a league and a half to the north-west stands the village of Santo Ponce: at the foot and on the side of some elevated ground higher up are to be seen vestiges of ruined walls and edifices, which once formed part of Italica, the birth-place of Silius Italicus and Trajan, from which latter personage Triana derives its name.
  • pose There was triumph also in her pose-a triumph that sent a swirl of hot passion through him.
  • pounce "And yet, somehow, I feel as if something is waiting round the corner to pounce out on us.
  • pout When she would open her eyes and nod her head, and pout with her lips, he would declare to himself that he could no longer live without her.
  • pouter Let a woman say something at a dinner or a reception, and my neck would begin to swell like a pouter pigeon's and my collar would close down like a pair of hedge clippers centered at the back collar button.
  • produce If, Tommy, you choose to join us, I will mark you out a piece of ground, all the produce of which shall be your own."
  • producer Most certainly you would not write this in the directions for a playlet-the producer would laugh at it and the actor would be indignant.
  • puce No. 5. Yellow body, puce hackle, mixed wings, rib of silver, and tail a topping.
  • reduce The sick, those on furlough, and the deserters from the militia, reduce him to about that number."
  • seduce For ambassadors came from Tarquin, with popular and specious proposals, whereby they thought to seduce the people, as though the king had cast off all insolence, and made moderation the only measure of his desires.
  • pouches Fifty Texan Rangers-and there are this number of them-have no fear on any part of the plains, so long as they are mounted on good horses, carry rifles in their hands, bowie-knives and pistols in their belts, with a sufficient supply of powder in their flasks, and bullets in their pouches.
  • pouts How do the young people pick up with such surprising quickness and acuteness the looks and whispers meant to pass over their heads, the merry glances, nervous shrugs, quick blushes, and indignant pouts, which have suddenly grown strangely prevalent in the blooming circle?
  • PODS Several species had pods fully a yard long hanging to delicate stalks, and, of course, very slender.
  • PURDUE Old Paul only knew him casually, chiefly because the Rev. Temple Purdue, having been much exercised in his mind over the strange household of Daisley Place, had called, with the view to a better understanding of all the circumstances; and had gone away utterly bewildered, and with no understanding at all. But he, too, was a man of learning, and in a small way, a man of family, for he had a son. It occurred to Old Paul that it might be possible to induce the rector to give lessons to those babies who, from the educational standpoint, were beginning to be troublesome.
  • pouters Of these the Pouters, Carriers, and Tumblers are the most esteemed.

45 words made from the letters poduce

4 letter words made from poduce:

doup, dupe, cdop, pude, cope, pudo, coup, pdoc, coue, updo, pueo, opec, duoc, oude, code, pedo, puce, duco, dope, deop, eudo, duce, coud.

3 letter words made from poduce:

doc, cop, oed, cue, due, dec, poe, ceo, pod, duo, doe, edp, ode, cud, edo, pud, cup.

5 letter words made from poduce:

pouce, ouped, decou, puedo, coupe.

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