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Correct spellings for PEALPLE

  • lapel
  • palely Then, here and there a leaf stood out, palely distinct, upon the thick frondage of the apple-tree whose nearest branches crowded the roof of the porch below her window.
  • palpable He was a very handsome young man, gentle, and rather pleasing in his manners; and Mary, to whom his intentions were not so palpable, thought him by no means deserving of the contempt her cousin had expressed for him.
  • palpably He had crept down the long avenue and climbing the iron fence had perched on the rail and watched the deer feeding by the light of the moon until all the sorrow had been chased away and his baby heart was singing with a kind of delirious happiness that he did not understand and that gave way in its turn to a natural childish enjoyment of an adventure that was palpably forbidden.
  • panoply My heart turns to you this morning, so radiant in the paternal panoply you wear toward Alice and your aunt, and I would give a great deal to see you.
  • people Oh that's not what the people want.
  • pimple
  • pineapple
  • playpen The whole thing was only a child's playpen.
  • pliable
  • propel
  • pulp Her ironing stayed, for that afternoon at least, where it was, because her husband, with his head in a pulp and his legs bent underneath him, was brought in on a stretcher, attended by two policemen.
  • pulpy Poor Jack was standing directly under it and when the limb struck him it smashed his pumpkin head into a pulpy mass and sent Jack's wooden form tumbling, to stop with a bump against a tree a dozen feet away.
  • purple
  • walpole The slightest chance, the merest accident, might have sent Walpole into exile, and put Bolingbroke at the head of the State.
  • palpate
  • Pulped
  • pulps
  • am orderly
  • give prominence to
  • going abroad
  • shot oneself in foot
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