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Correct spellings for PERSAY

  • easy She had never thought things would be made so easy for her.
  • essay For, although I secretly cherished the ambition, there was no definite plan to essay the North Pole.
  • hearsay They had taken it on hearsay , on conjecture, on perpetual suggestion conveyed by Mrs. Ransome, and on the grounds-absolutely incontrovertible-that they had never heard a word to the contrary.
  • jersey Helen was fond of history and had just taken a prize offered to the first year class of the high school for the best account of the Indians in the colonial days of that part of New Jersey where the Mortons lived.
  • parlay This morning he had hung out the Flag of Council, summoning the captains of all the ships aboard the Rainbowe for a final parlay , and over a luncheon table groaning with meat and drink from the fourteen captured Dutch merchant fluyts, the men had done little else save brag of victory.
  • parse The other boys took their turns, and then words were given out to parse .
  • parser A good parser , with the liberty to supply obvious ellipses, should know how to explain all good English as it stands; and for a teacher to pervert good English into false doctrine, must needs seem the very worst kind of ignorance.
  • pas Ces choses se font mais ne s'expliquent pas .
  • pay And made me pay out twenty-five cents, too, to come in the fair after you!
  • pea From this abundance I supposed it was not good to be eaten; nevertheless, I found in another place many of the same pods roasted at some fires of the natives, and learnt from our guides that they eat the pea .
  • peace And each night the flame shot up, and assured the people they might rest in peace .
  • peaky And if ye'd seen 'm this afternoon-the little peaky , shaky fellow that he was!
  • pear A good Pear -tree is like a faithful friend-treat him properly and he will not fail you.
  • peary L. L. Dyche, member of various Peary and Cook Expeditions.
  • peaty With it came the scent of flowers and forests, of fields and peaty smoke from cottage chimneys....
  • pecs
  • percy In the north branch recently was found a turtle having upon its back the letters P.B.S.-the initials of the revered name of the immortal Percy Bysshe Shelley.
  • perky She had a rainbow-dyed neckerchief and a little fur hat, perky with a peacock's iridescent head and crest.
  • perry The pretty Junior, whose name was Alta Perry , raised her eye-brows in surprise.
  • persia Mock name given to an ambassador from Persia in the Acharnians.
  • person But the person is really not here?
  • persona Herr Reitschel often came from Constantinople, and frequently brought his handsome young wife with him, for he was persona grata at Court.
  • persuade "Well," he told her, "we can look at things openly, and not try to persuade ourselves that they're something else.
  • peruse Excuse me, sir, while I peruse the king's despatch.
  • pesky He said that he would make 'em all rich, ef paper didn't get too high, an there was some danger of it, as the pesky rebils had all the cotton to make it of.
  • peso Twenty people can harvest the crop in a day; cost, 1 peso .
  • pessary
  • pest King, King Pest He takes the rest – King Pest by grave digger
  • piracy
  • pisa Unpursued, but without finding rest or satisfaction, he went to Parma, Bologna, Pisa , Florence.
  • poesy And behold Thee, Poesy !
  • posy The shabby cross and the little posy and the magnificent brown mountains were all so much more kind and loving than our piles of marble and fussy flowers arranged for show, that when I came down the hill, I didn't feel sorry for her, any longer."
  • pray But you can pray to-night, Le?"
  • press Look in there at your own face and you will see why I press this question upon you.
  • prey She had been the prey of too many emotions that day to bear up much longer.
  • prissy Prissy looked at it.
  • prosy And now I dare say you're wondering whether you are ever going to get to bed, or whether a certain prosy old fellow intends to keep preaching to you quite all night.
  • pry He was thinking about Mike Fueyo, and he stopped his chain of reasoning just long enough to look in at the office of the Agent-in-Charge and ask him to pry loose two tickets for "The Hot Seat" that night.
  • ps With special reference to Ps .
  • purse Oh, I got his purse from him quite easily; here it is.
  • purser "Because there will be other messages, and one is driven to the conclusion that it would be exceedingly interesting to lay hands on one of these messages, no record of which is kept, of which the purser is not informed, and which are delivered secretly to-" "Well, to whom?"
  • pursue He might pursue us.
  • pus So you are going to dance, my little Ta-la-pus?
  • pusey My friend told me that Dr. Pusey held up the book to him and said, that he had not only read it through, but that he kept it on his table so that he might read bits of it in the pauses of his severer study."
  • say
  • Peas
  • Pens
  • Personae
  • Piers
  • Pears
  • Pets
  • prays
  • pews
  • peers
  • pairs
  • pours
  • PPS I refer my learned opponents to Wharton's Criminal Treatise, at pps.
  • PARS The old time pedagogue is a thing of the past-pars temporis acti is the Latin of it, may be, but I'm not sure-I'm rusty in the Latin now.
  • PEGS
  • PIS That discrepancies of this kind were sometimes the result of intention cannot be denied; but there is generally some practical reason to be found for the intention, and the discrepancies themselves were a pis aller which the builders would have avoided, if they could.
  • PERKS
  • PRES Thus far we have shown how, instead of the natural boundary between the races which was contemplated in the establishment of the Indian policy of the government under Pres .
  • PERMS
  • PACY One would suppose that this subtle suggestion would have broken the spell, and that Mr. Pacy would have been laughed out of court.
  • PEES Bowing low: "I ish come to pring two gooses to de von hundredth birthday," he announced; "dey pees goot, peaceable pirds: I ish know dem for twenty years, and dey nefer makes no droubles."
  • PEPS
  • PERVS
  • PI'S
  • PIES
  • accroached
  • co-actions

132 words made from the letters PERSAY

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