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  • panda "I like to be thin, O Panda," I answered slowly.
  • pond "The path here, it leads the more direct at the pond, so.
  • pound You've got that fifty-pound note, you know."
  • print But as it was in print, of course it was true.
  • propound "It is a breach of sanity to propound the interrogation," said her father.
  • pruned The vines had to be planted, trained on trellises, and pruned.
  • punt How much was the punt worth?
  • rand "There's certainly lots of scenery to the mile," said Rand, drawing a long breath, as he gazed in admiration.
  • randy I am not really, Randy.
  • raped A man who has lost his eye, the father of a raped daughter, the victim impoverished by arson, often behaves very calmly toward the criminal.
  • rapid The pulse is rapid, 80 to 120 per minute.
  • refund 11,204. So that if a man has to refund money to you out of what he gets before the shipping master, that will, in the general case, be in payment of goods which he has got?
  • rend So if he seeks to subvert your will and fails, this great one-pointed power of his, developed who knows how long-will turn and rend itself.
  • repent Many people crossed at this place, and he stood on a bank above the river crying, " Repent, for the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand."
  • respond The Temple rituals are conducted in an even older form of their language than most remembered-a proto-language that was kept alive only by the priest caste, because the machine had been set to respond to that language.
  • rind It is the knob, out of which the Lettice groweth, which being pared, and all the tough rind being taken off, is very tender and so it is a pretty way downwards the root.
  • ripen But in the Southland flowers ripen fast.
  • ripened Vague questions respecting his responsibility crowded in upon his brain; the harvest of his churlishness had ripened with incredible swiftness.
  • rondo Georges Pfeiffer, no less superstitious-he always asserted he had good reason to be so-had managed to play the opening theme of the Rondo with the two fingers which in the gettatura are supposed to lay the evil spirit; and Rossini so fully entered into this serio-comic solution of the difficulty, that he expressed his warm approval, and added Pfeiffer's fingering to the manuscript.
  • rotund The rotund landlord, not quite seeing the appropriateness of the inquiry, and perhaps feeling that it was a form of snubbing for undue familiarity, abruptly changed the subject.
  • round She put her arm round her mother, to lift her from her chair, but the old man did not stir, and Mela called Mrs. Mandel from the next room.
  • rounder The northernmost lies before a hill, which is remarkable by being rounder than any other upon the coast.
  • ruined What on earth business had he, a ruined man, to be lounging about Warden, or any other forest, in the hope of getting a sight of, or a few words with, a girl, whom, be she as lovely as a peri, could be nothing to him?
  • runt A half-mile down the unkempt old toll road, where the goldenrod dropped stately bows to the purple aster, and Bouncing Bet viewed their livelong philandering with scorn, was the impertinent runt-walking!
  • runty We'll weed out the runty humpbacked critters and all off-color she-stuff; keep only straight red cows.
  • spend 11,976. Do you not think the men would be much wiser to take their own money and spend it as they wanted?
  • upend
  • Pend Notable of these were Herbert Moore and Samuel Stern, with whom I had spent six weeks on a commercial mission in China in 1910. I was also greatly interested to meet Mr. Turner, the field engineer of the great project for reclaiming a million and three-quarters acres of land in the Columbia Basin of eastern Washington by diverting to it water from the Pend d'Oreille.
  • Pined The huntsmen pined In their dim dwellings, wearily confined, While the loud, hungry tempest held its sway- The red-eyed wolves grew bold and came by day, And birds fell frozen in the snow.
  • Roped The ballroom of one's home can be pleasantly decorated for the occasion, with a square ring roped off in the centre surrounded by seats for the ladies and gentlemen who come as invited guests.
  • Punned -Much may be accomplished in this line by giving your characters names that are easily punned upon.
  • Randi 'Nay,' answered Randi, But slipped away shyly, And nodding, said slyly, 'From that you may know!'"
  • Ronda The King of Spain is president of the Ronda bull-fighting association, and she took us into the royal box, which is the worthier to be seen because under it the bulls are shunted and shouted into the ring from the pen where they have been kept in the dark.
  • reopened The whole question recently settled by the Senate was thus reopened in a way that illustrated the advantage of multiplying councils and of keeping them under official tutelage.
  • repined I sometimes reproached myself with being so happy, while my darling Henriette still sorrowfully repined at her past, with little hope of better days.

13 words made from the letters rpund

3 letter words made from rpund:

pud, pun, dun, unp, urd, run, urn.

4 letter words made from rpund:

nurd, upnd, prud, pund, rund, ndur.

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