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Correct spellings for PAOAPSIS

  • apoapsis A straight line connecting the periapsis and apoapsis is the line of apsides.
  • pace "The pace has been too hot," he said.
  • pack Even as Cindy watched, he let his pack fall to the ground.
  • package He handed to her a small package .
  • page Nor is this all: for the lines do not run across the page , but up and down.
  • pass But we will not pass the night here.
  • passage That one thing was that there was one room in the Castle-a room which stood at the end of a passage by itself-which she could never enter, as her husband always carried the key.
  • pause I pause and consider: Where shall I begin?
  • peace So, my friend, you can sleep in peace .
  • peak A stiff climb brought them to the base of a steep cliff beyond which rose the final peak .
  • phase She had passed through more than one phase of emotion in the course of the last ten minutes, poor child!
  • physics But when one is in mid-air one does not turn back; a law of physics involving the relation of solid bodies to the attraction of gravitation prevents.
  • pick She did not pick them up.
  • piece But I tell you she was a pretty piece as you'd wish to see.
  • pizza Pizza / Mcpizza – McDonald's has also attempted pizza at various times, with an apple-pie–like McPizza and more conventional McDonalds Pizza .
  • push I believe in lettin' folks know you are alive and in the push .
  • passes There ain't a day passes but I think of you and all the things you used to say to me, and I try to be good like you'd want me to be.
  • picks The blood rushed to Ulrich's brain, and incapable of longer self-control, he threw his baton into the ranks of the mutineers, shrieking: "I hurl it at your feet; whoever picks it up can keep it!"
  • pieces The twenty-five- year-old bride should cut a few pieces , then leave others to pass it; it is a day on which she should be waited upon.
  • pays Well, then, every one knows that the same is both her pleasure and her folly; and dearly she pays for it.
  • PAGES It says something to that effect in these precious pages.

75 words made from the letters PAOAPSIS

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