What is the correct spelling for 1PETER?
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Correct spellings for 1PETER
- deter Nothing short of the conviction that it was certainly unattainable could deter him from anything upon which he had once set his heart; and immense as the odds against him in the matter of the ring might be, he vowed with all the vigour of his brave young heart that he would do his utmost to regain his dead friend's precious jewel.
- meter She let the boy read nights, sometimes even to dropping another coin into the gas meter .
- pate At least she isn't a rattle-pate.
- patter Miss Salome heard him patter down the hall, and she half thought-she was not sure-that at the kitchen door he stopped.
- peer When Ibsen said in reply to the critic who would not allow Peer Gynt to be called poetry, that the definition of poetry would have to be changed to take in his poem, he was stating a condition that always takes place when a new poetic masterpiece appears.
- pester Jack did not attempt to follow or to pester him.
- pet I'll get you another dog for a pet ."
- peter He was used to them, was Peter .
- petty The park will be cut up into petty farms and kitchen-gardens.
- pewter With an inviting leer, the crone pointed to a pewter measure of raw spirits that accompanied the viands, and assured her, in a cracked and maudlin voice, that "'Old Tom' was a kinder friend than any of the young fellers!"
- porter Harry had gone into the coffee-room while waiting for a coach which he had directed the porter to call for him.
- potter Then the word of the Lord came to me, saying, O house of Israel, cannot I do with you as this potter ?
- pouter I declare to goodness, Phoebe Wise, folks'll think you're vain as a pouter pigeon.
- putter "Oh, that's all right," she said carelessly, throwing her putter to the boy.
- Pete Pete M'Coll rode into the yard.
- pettier Is it not worth some sacrifice of our pettier dignity, to avoid laying another stone upon its grave; to avoid placing before the searchlight eyes of History the spectacle of yet one more piece of national cynicism?
- Peters You will excuse me, Dr. Peters , I hope, if I ride to town and leave you for a few hours?