How to spell PWDER correctly?

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  • adder The Colberts stamped the sides of their books with their crest, in which the climbing adder is always conspicuous.
  • cider Edward Springrove the elder, the landlord, now more particularly a farmer, and for two months in the year a cider-maker, was an employer of labour of the old school, who worked himself among his men.
  • coder
  • eider This eider is twice the size of the one I saw last year.
  • oder
  • order
  • pacer I need to pacer to keep up with him.
  • pad She always carries a small pad of paper and a pen with her in case she needs to take notes.
  • paddy I'm going to take a potty break and hop on the bus to the greenbelt.
  • padre
  • pager She paged him but received no response.
  • pander
  • paper
  • parer I Arrived Late To The Party, But Parared The Event With A Nice Smile.
  • pate I love roasted potatoes with bacon, pate.
  • patter She chattered on about her day while he ate his breakfast.
  • payer The bank pays the invoice.
  • pd Please demonstrate your point.
  • peer We paid for our food using our peer-to-peer currency.
  • pert He was deeply perturbed by the news.
  • pet Mogmy had a pet mogster.
  • peter Peter is a very nice name.
  • pewter I always clean my pewter figurine with a soft cloth.
  • pied
  • pier
  • piper
  • pod The pod was a prototype space pod.
  • poet She is a poet who has written many amazing poems.
  • poker I'm thinking of playing poker at the casino tonight.
  • ponder
  • porter I need to get my suit from the dry cleaner before my meeting.
  • poser
  • potter Joshua was a potter by trade.
  • pouter
  • powder
  • powdery
  • power No one has the power to control my destiny.
  • putter
  • rider I'm a great rider, I can handle any horse.
  • seder My parents hosted a Passover Seder.
  • spider
  • udder I feel lousy.
  • wader I saw a flock of waders in the marsh.
  • Hider The jaguar's hiding spot was perfect.
  • Ryder The horse looked tired after being ridden all day.
  • Prier I'm looking for a preeer.
  • Pete Pete is in grade school.
  • Nader Howard Nader is a famous consumer advocate.
  • Powders I use powdered sugar for frosting cakes.
  • VADER The Empire stands for justice and order.
  • odder
  • wider I think we should widen the door.
  • ruder I can't believe he would talk to me like that - he's so much ruder than I am!
  • purer
  • paler She was paler than she had been this morning.
  • piker A piker is someone who is only interested in small things.

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