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Correct spellings for PERHAOS

  • hays
  • heaps "Yes, heaps, but I don't want any old silk dresses.
  • pass If he waited for anyone to pass that way he might wait a week.
  • pathos "Ye won't find all like her, remember, Miss," and Tom's voice had a note of pathos in it.
  • peace His way had been the way of peace.
  • peahen She it is who knows how to deck the peacock in fine feathers to the undoing of the plain little peahen, to crown the stag with the antlers of magnificence so that the doe's velvet eyes melt in adoration.
  • pecos
  • percy
  • perhaps
  • perseus
  • peruse
  • poorhouse It is better that they should give up the business of house-keeping, and betake themselves to the living in hotels or boarding-houses with which our English cousins taunt us, little knowing that the nomadic life they condemn is the outcome of their own failure to make good citizens of those offscourings of jail and poorhouse and Irish shanty which they send to us under the guise of domestic servants.
  • porous
  • praise
  • press
  • prose
  • prosy But he was not more prosy than many men I have met at dinner-parties in the days when the highest circles in the land were open to your humble servant.
  • purchase
  • Has
  • Peas
  • Haws Ferns, some already yellow and some green, tall reeds with beautiful waving heads, and rushes, were placed at the side of the wheat, relieving the bright flowers and the dry-looking corn with their green; branches of oak, upon whose twigs the young acorns were showing; branches of hazel with the nuts, and of hawthorn with the haws, were hung between the sheaves.
  • Pats Then Pats took up the letter.
  • Pears
  • Perches
  • priors Priors Akefield and Drax are historical, and as the latter really did commission a body of moss- troopers to divert an instalment of King James's ransom into his own private coffers, I do not think I can have done him much injustice.
  • pads
  • pals
  • pleas
  • pros
  • prays
  • parkas
  • peons
  • pays
  • peaks
  • pianos
  • hears
  • pans
  • paws
  • HaaS
  • HOS
  • PERKS
  • PAPS
  • PERMS
  • PEARLS
  • PERVS
  • PESOS
  • POOS
  • prows
  • pashas
  • paeans
  • parlays
  • pariahs
  • preys
  • peals
  • rehears
  • academicians
  • coacting
  • coagmenting
  • cobbles
  • cobblestoning
  • communized
  • compactings
  • dupest
  • ficklenesses
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