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  • anoint Wash thyself therefore, and anoint thee and put thy raiment upon thee, and get thee down to the threshing-floor; but make not thyself known unto the man, until he shall have done eating and drinking.
  • deponent To the seventh interrogatory the deponent answers and says, I do not know, nor did I ever believe, from any information I received, that Mr. Burr entered into any negotiation or agreement with any member of either party in relation to the presidential election which depended before the House of Representatives.
  • lenient An unwitting instrument-an instrument not knowing that it was being used-enfolds within itself a silent but most potent plea for the world's lenient regards.
  • opponent Inside the house Foyle stood on no ceremony in order to silence his opponent before those within could be alarmed.
  • paint When we get to New York we will simply paint the town red, and if you wish, then, we'll go on to Europe.
  • patient He had a sad, patient face, and didn't look at all strong.
  • pendent A single and small lamp, pendent from a beam that hung over the room, gave a feeble light, which, taken in connection with that borrowed from without, served only to make visible the dark indistinct of the place.
  • penitent If there ever was a suffering penitent, here was one.
  • pennant You are not a little admiral, to come down here and hoist your broad pennant in this mess-room.
  • pent He had not gone six steps, however, before Wilson, blind with rage and the pent-up fury of years burning in his heart, rushed after him, and with all the strength that he possessed struck Paul on the head with an ivory-handled walking stick.
  • pining They say he has been killed by Psamtik's orders; and the little girl, so sweet and dear, is lying in a dismal dungeon, and pining for her father and for us.
  • pinion One will generally hear the sweet descending "pipe" of the canyon wren, and the harsh scolding of the blue-winged pinion jay.
  • pinioned Young Gamwell was brought forth with his arms pinioned behind him; his sister Alice and his father, Sir Guy, attending him in disconsolate mood.
  • pint The train furnished a couple of glasses, a tin pint cup was discovered and given to the children, Aunt Cyrilla and Lucy Rose and the sealskin lady drank, turn about, from the latter's graduated medicine glass, the shop girl and the little mother shared one of the empty bottles, and the khaki boy, the minister, and the train men drank out of the other bottle.
  • point I will take the time, and make it a point to be there.
  • ponder All his other troubles and worries he could at once carry to Nina, whose cheerful common-sense and abundant courage made light of them and lent him heart; but this one he had to ponder over by himself; he did not care to tell Nina with what concern he looked forward to the impressions that Miss Cunyngham might form of himself and his surroundings when brought immediately into contact with them.
  • portent To test their full portent I went over to him, Natalie still holding my hand with trembling fingers.
  • potent It is true that some of these girls might be taught to be reliable and efficient in their work if they could be persuaded to take an interest in it, to look upon it as something more potent and more important than a mere stop-gap.
  • print Not to crowd instances unnecessary, I shall select two, one of which is in print, the other on record,-the one a treaty, the other an act of Parliament.
  • pungent He commented openly on the selfishness and greed of the Money Power in pungent phrases that did not all fall short of Whyland's ear.
  • punnet
  • Anent THE SECOND PART: In which are set forth his Misfortunes anent the APPIN Murder; his Troubles with Lord Advocate GRANT; Captivity on the Bass Rock; Journey into Holland and France; and Singular Relations with JAMES MORE DRUMMOND or MACGREGOR, a Son of the notorious ROB ROY, and his Daughter CATRIONA
  • pointy They are loosely referred to as angle[d] brackets or chevrons in this case, but more properly — and less confusingly — as pointy brackets (see the Names section above).

108 words made from the letters ponient

5 letter words made from ponient:

intoe, epton, point, tonin, piton, penni, nipon, opine, niton, pinon, pinte, entin, tonen, tonne, nepit, nieto, toein, inept, niten, tenno, ninpo, ennio, tenon, toine, tieon, netop, notin, pinot, pinto, tipon, noten, onnie, ponet, noite, ponti, pineo, einon, itoen.

4 letter words made from ponient:

open, itno, opet, tion, tine, iten, nito, teip, tone, tope, note, toei, none, pint, tepi, neon, nine, ento, poin, onni, onen, poet, topi, peon, onne, noen, pone, pion, poit, pent, pine, nein, peto, nipe, tipo, poti, eipo, iton, penn.

3 letter words made from ponient:

not, epi, poe, opt, neo, pin, pen, eon, top, pei, nit, inn, nne, pie, one, tpn, tin, pet, pit, nip, pot, ton, tie, net, tip, ipo, ion, poi, ten, toe, ent.

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