What is the correct spelling for PASSS?

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Correct spellings for PASSS

  • parse And take Huck Finn's description of the storm when he was alone on the island, which is in dialect, which will not parse , which bristles with double negatives, but which none the less is one of the finest passages of descriptive prose in all American literature.
  • pas To all the excitements of champagne and punch, let the attractions of a French ballet be added, and, with a singularly pretty companion at your side, to whom you have already made sufficient advances to be aware that you are no longer indifferent to her, and I venture to predict, that it is much more likely your conversation will incline to flirting than political economy; and, moreover, that you make more progress during the performance of one single pas de deux upon the stage, than you have hitherto done in ten morning calls, with an unexceptionable whisker and the best fitting gloves in Paris.
  • pass 6917. Have you got a pass -book?
  • passe Many of our English makers vse it too much, yet we confesse it doth not ill but pretily becomes the meetre, if ye passe not two or three words in one verse, and vse it not very much, as he that said by way of Epithete.
  • passer There's much colour at the stalls where they sell silks, and talk to the passer -by, and brush their black hair, and powder their faces between times.
  • pause There came a long, long pause .
  • posse The way I figure it Lee's posse must be somewhere over there.
  • puss Puss, while dozing before the fire, hears a light rustle in the corner, and darts towards the spot.
  • Poss
  • passes Scaling rough and rugged passes, Climb the hardy little lasses, – Climbing over Rocky Mountain by Unknown Author
  • pays His waving streamers to the winds displays, And vows for his return, with vain devotion, pays. – To The Pious Memory Of The Accomplished young Lady Mrs. Anne Killigrew... by John Dryden
  • pairs Old lady judges watch people in pairs Limited in sex, they dare To push fake morals, insult and stare While money doesn't talk, it swears – IT'SALRIGHT, MA(I'm Only Bleeding) by Bob Dylan
  • paws Reindeer paws Down comes good ole santa claus – Up On The Housetop by Jimmy Buffett
  • PARS What is wanted, is that an ear should be lent to the principle audiatur et altera pars, that the opponent should be heard and his motives weighed.
  • co-actions

9 words made from the letters PASSS