What is the correct spelling for PEETER?

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Correct spellings for PEETER

  • patter I could play as well then as I can now, and so the other fairies, that had been without me for some time, must have heard me playing, for soon I heard the rustle and the whisper and the patter of their coming, and then they gathered round me, and I had been left there lonely for so long that I kept on playing, to keep them with me.
  • peeler One day Guapo and Leon had gone by themselves-Guapo to fell the trees as usual, and Leon who was now an expert bark-peeler, to use the scalping-knife.
  • peeper "I'd ha' knocked his other peeper out with this," he said, "blowed if I wouldn't!"
  • pester Don' pester me when I studyin' to see which way he got out."
  • peter She had let Peter Junior kiss her, and she had told him she loved him-and it was nothing to this.
  • pewter Nels stood like a thing carved out of solid pewter .
  • porter The porter who is an honest fellow, hates his present master, but would have died for you.
  • potter Beneath our soil are stores of coal, iron and other ores, marble and stone for the builder, and clay for the potter and brickmaker.
  • pouter Old Lady Carraden, where Mr. Parker had once been under-butler, had gone in for pouter pigeons; and Miss Baker had heard tell of a nobleman who had a carpenter's shop of his own.
  • putter Parson Evans's "seese and putter " were the bitterest ingredients in Falstaff's dose of humiliation.
  • teeter "Reporters will miss seeing him teeter informally by the Embassy fireplace as he interviewed them, or gave out a significant something from behind a hastily-raised newspaper.
  • Pete "If you say anything like that of Jack Sheldon, Pete Herring," stormed Dick, who had heard the ill-natured remark, "I'll knock you overboard!"
  • pettier It is an operation so absorbing that it often weakens those pettier talents which make what we call the clever man.

25 words made from the letters PEETER