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Correct spellings for PEGNAT

  • agent I could not draw from the agent any opinion concerning a fair price.
  • decant Decant the Water and repeat the washing several times; finally dry the Gold and mix it with a little Gum Water for use.
  • genet Genet lay back, his hands behind his head, staring into shadows under the ceiling.
  • gent "And the old gent is a man you'll be glad to meet.
  • kent Kent, what can we do?
  • pagan The Flotilla Company does not give an opportunity of landing to see these "Fanes of Pagan ," which is very disappointing.
  • pageant It was a Royal pageant arranged as we do these things at home by men of T square and double entry, energy and goodwill.
  • paginate
  • paint Have they got a great deal of water with their paint ?"
  • pant The luxuriant foliage, the tall, rank plants, the deep, close lanes, I do not see my way through them, and I pant for breath.
  • peanut He wrote about the slide they made on the long hill beside the pond; about Mrs. Duck's swimming lesson, and the kite Bobtail made out of a leaf from the big oak tree; about Sammy Red Squirrel's flying machine, and Bobby Gray Squirrel's peanut party.
  • peasant Again he knocked-when a peasant slowly advanced from the back of the garden, and, with a surly voice, demanded their business?
  • pecan It is upon a creek called "Pecan," a confluent of the Little Witchita river, which heads about a hundred miles from the eastern edge of the Llano Estacado.
  • pedant That fine old smoke-dried pedant , Albrechtsberger, declared against consecutive fourths in strict composition, and said so to Haydn.
  • pennant Pennant gives the earliest, though somewhat erroneous, account of the nest.
  • pent Ruth and Mrs. Penlogan let out the pent -up feelings of their hearts, and their tears fell in abundance.
  • pinata
  • pinnate Leaves opposite, abruptly pinnate .
  • pint Every pint is worth its weight in guineas to a rich man.
  • piquant The very air seemed charged with a quality that held him in a state of piquant suspense.
  • plant The brain is like a plant .
  • pliant He can bend easily, he is flexible, he is pliant , and yet he has not lost the bravery and the power of his weapon.
  • poignant The strange girl was saying something to him, in a voice full and yet low, a voice with a sort of thick throb in it, and in its thickness a sweet and poignant quality.
  • point At this point , however, we are met by another fact.
  • punt When you went down the field on a punt you knew that if you missed your man he would tell you when you came back that two stone hitching-posts out of three could get past you in a six-foot alley.
  • recant On the eighth of February, 1627, twelve persons were captured in a hiding-place about a mile from Nagasaki; they were first branded with a hot iron on the forehead, and then on each cheek; then because they would not recant they were burnt to death.
  • regent I am assuming the position of Regent and Prince-Protector of the Realm."
  • secant
  • Pend
  • pecans
  • PUGET
  • Peugeot
  • pagans
  • beggings

82 words made from the letters PEGNAT

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