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  • pat Pat Dorrity and Stobart were old friends.
  • pate Some of the monsters were so like himself, I am sure he must have thought I took them for the love of his round bare pate."
  • peat In the long winter evenings they would gather around a smoking fire of peat, while Tennyson read aloud the Idylls of the King to the rude old cottager.
  • peaty In fluffy soil, especially in the peaty margins of the pond where the earth granules are large and loose and there is much moisture, freezing produces a singular and beautiful result.
  • pert "Yes, sir," at last, came from the pert, young woman near the window.
  • pet Is it a pet name?
  • peter They stopped when they saw Peter Rabbit.
  • petty They were all so petty and he told himself that he did not want to be like that.
  • pewter Moreover, there was a heavy chain, fixed to a staple in the wall, so that none might carry off the pewter with the gold inside of it.
  • piety And so, we may retain a belief in the genuine piety or superstition of Aristides, while we may distrust his narrative.
  • pit Then when it slept he took it in his arms and climbed out of the pit and set upon his way once more.
  • pod Each half-pod as it comes off is slightly bent and twisted, and might be considered a "want-advertisement" given to the wind: "Here I am, thin, dry, light and elastic, twisted and bent already; give me a lift to bear these precious seeds up the hill, into the valley, or over the plain."
  • poe In this respect he has carried on the work of Poe, whose influence on him is incontestable.
  • poet Does the poet deserve criticism as such?
  • poetess Fredi's poetess will tell you.
  • poetic The poetic successor of Ennius was his nephew, Pacuvius.
  • poetry And you are reading poetry to not know?
  • poitier Frankie Muse Freeman, civil rights attorney Joe Louis, boxer, social activist Sir Lynden Pindling, former Premier of the Colony of the Bahama Island (1967–1973) Sidney Poitier, actor, social activist Dr.
  • polite Mr. Gilman is at any rate polite.
  • port Did you ever milk cows, Port?
  • porter At his hotel the porter handed him a telegram just arrived.
  • porto I was overwhelmed with questions relative to Porto Ferrajo and its illustrious sovereign.
  • post You didn't go out to go to the post?
  • poster Dr. Helen did not believe in girls sleeping two in a bed, but Alice had found the big mahogany bed in the guest-room lonely, and Frieda had found the cot narrow; so they had made a law for themselves and slept together; and here, in Catherine's four-poster, were also two heads, one auburn and one brown.
  • potted Geraldine, mildly potted, was reclining in a chair, sipping her drink.
  • potter "Mr. Potter, it's time you got marrit, anyhow.
  • potty In it, he writes on the album's influence: "Blink-182 was the bands most concise break from the pop punk formula and a catalyst for the wave of pierced-hearts-stuck-to-sleeves-with-tears-and-guyliner "emo" outfits that rose to popularity in its wake (sans the potty humor, of course), including but not limited to Fall Out Boy, My Chemical Romance and Panic!
  • pout Noel, at ninety-two, not out, Is carried to the nursery, screaming; And later with a precious pout Lies in his bed of down and dreaming.
  • pouter The common Pouter is a large pigeon with long legs.
  • pt 2; 403, 408, Pt.
  • put Besides that, where was he going to put them?
  • puttee He gettee velly mad 'cause I puttee butter in can so cat catchee his head in an' go lound an' lound-buckee like a bloncho-havee lots a good time!
  • PTO Filling a silo requires parking two tractors very close to each other, both running at full power and with live PTO shafts, one powering the silo blower and the other powering a forage wagon unloading fresh-cut forage into the blower.
  • Ported These early games include Hamurabi, an antecedent of the strategy and city-building genres; Lunar Lander, which inspired numerous recreations in the 1970s and 1980s; Civil War, an early war simulation game; Star Trek, which was widely ported, expanded, and spread for decades after; Space Travel, which played a role in the creation of the Unix operating system; and Baseball, an early sports game and the first baseball game to allow player control during a game.
  • Pouted "Dad would," Penny pouted.
  • Pete What'll we do, Pete?
  • Pets And she never calls Isabel's name, but pets Victor from morning till night.
  • pots With hard wood floors, bright gas-stoves, porcelain lined dishes, no pots and kettles, all the stairs, halls, etc.
  • poets They were of use, although of a rather sublime indifference for poets generally....
  • PTA The severity of post-traumatic amnesia (PTA) is directly related to its duration, although a longer duration does not necessarily indicate more severe symptoms.
  • pottier Berry (surname) Berry, the stage name of Élise Pottier, a French singer and actress.
  • postie Kym Gyngell as Coln Carpenter Russell Gilbert as Russ the Postie Tim Smith, various characters
  • pot His house cost him a pot of money.

17 words made from the letters poete

4 letter words made from poete:

eteo, opet, eeto, poet, tepe, peto, tope.

3 letter words made from poete:

pee, toe, opt, pot, tee, pet, top, poe.

5 letter words made from poete:

topee, potee.

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