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Correct spellings for PADEL

  • ladle
  • model The mother thought Mr. James Smith a model among bridegrooms.
  • pad Why not try to make his footsteps "pad" like the noiseless paws of a prairie wolf?
  • padded The rabbit has padded feet so that it can walk without noise.
  • paddle I'll be able to climb hills and paddle a canoe, to go with you wherever you want to take me.
  • paddler One paddler pauses to bail out water with his hat.
  • paddy "Go on, Paddy; go on, darling of my heart.
  • padre The next morning I bade farewell to the cura, with an understanding, that as soon as Doctor Cabot was able to return, the good padre would accompany him to finish his interrupted visit to us at Uxmal.
  • pail Who's going to get a pail of water?"
  • pal There's as much difference between me and my old pal Mart as there is between you and a picture of a little country girl picking buttercups.
  • pale The pale, pretty girl came up and took the baby from the tired mother.
  • palely The stream shone above and below, and found its way out of and into the darkness under the successive bridges; the town climbed into the night with lamp-lit windows here and there, till the woods of the hill-sides darkened down to meet it, and fold it in an embrace from which some white edifice showed palely in the farthest gloom.
  • pall Presently the coffin was brought out; the men raised it on their shoulders; the black pall was thrown over it; and with measured steps they moved towards the church-yard, while the solemn toll of the bell, being heard at shorter intervals, announced the near approach of the corpse to its last mansion.
  • panel With a cry he suddenly vanished and the panel slid back.
  • papal Unlike the Borgias, however, he entertained no plan of raising his own family to sovereignty at the expense of the Papal power.
  • parcel I send you a parcel with this; it contains her notes, and some old flowers and other matters which I haven't the heart to burn.
  • partly The only trouble was that it was a grief to me ever to leave them, and of course, as I had been brought to Sandilands partly for the benefit of the sea-air, my mother could not allow me to spend all my time in one small room.
  • pastel
  • pate
  • patella
  • paul
  • pawl
  • pedal
  • peddle
  • peel
  • petal
  • piddle
  • poodle
  • puddle
  • yodel
  • Del I thought you had pride, Del.
  • Paled
  • Godel
  • Fidel
  • Paley
  • Adela "Anyhow, now I can treat somebody," and she threw a wink of promise at Adela.
  • Pamela
  • Adele "Harold," said he, "I call upon thee, in presence of this noble assemblage, to confirm by oath the promises thou didst make me, to wit, to aid me to obtain the kingdom of England after the death of King Edward, to espouse my daughter Adele, and to send me thy sister to be married to one of my people."
  • pads
  • pates
  • passel
  • Patel
  • paler
  • piddly
  • ex-temporized
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