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Correct spellings for PERSSUE

  • erse Thus "govern" might be filled in by one player thus:- G rave O ddly V erse E arth R ebel N inth Double Acrostics In "Double Acrostics" the game is played in precisely the same way, except that the letters of the word, after having been arranged in a line down the paper, are then arranged again in a line up the paper, so that the first letter is opposite the last, and the last opposite the first.
  • parse
  • parser The parser of English should remember, that this is a principle of General Grammar.
  • pass Then we must try to pass you.
  • passe What is the matter, Passe-partout?
  • passer Their harmlessness and use in waging war on beetles, worms, and frogs, ought to save their lives; but they are snakes, and that suffices to cause every passer-by to strike at them with his staff.
  • pause There was a pause, and then a woman's voice said quickly: "No, no; I cannot.
  • perseus The three other midshipmen of the Perseus were loud in their lamentations that they were not to take share in the fun.
  • persuade I'll be up to-night before dark, an' if I don't fetch you a letter it'll be because I can't persuade Collie to write."
  • peru He came to Peru, poor and blind.
  • peruse I merely entreat you to peruse this letter.
  • peso The next day she went to work and on this day she found a silver peso.
  • pierce Pierce, you know her.
  • posse He told the sheriff to summon a posse forthwith and enforce the orders of the court.
  • press I am sure I would not wish to press monsieur, but in two or three months from now I may want it; I have heard of a little property it would suit me to buy."
  • prose Mr. A. Esdaile's 'List of English Tales and Prose Romances' was published by the Bibliographical Society in 1912, as was Mr. F. W. Bourdillon's 'Early Editions of the Roman de la Rose.
  • purse He took out his purse.
  • purser The captain found the purser on deck and took him into his cabin.
  • pursue Do you think I am called upon to pursue this matter?"
  • pursued "No; they went to get somebody from somewhere," pursued Fanny.
  • pursuer The trail of pursuer and pursued still lit, red-hot, before him, and the cry of his heart still rang out-On!
  • puss Quite idly, without moving, Gerald said: "Puss, puss; poor pussie."
  • reissue A reissue of the 1607 edition, with the date altered.
  • Peas There was not another girl in a thousand who would have told me that story of the peas.
  • Poss
  • Presser
  • Piers
  • Pears
  • pursues
  • pews
  • peers
  • PARS Ovid describes the poisoned arrows used in the region; then, in language recalling his letter to Gallio, expresses his regret that Vestalis has had personal experience of these weapons: atque utinam pars haec tantum spectata fuisset, non etiam proprio cognita Marte tibi!
  • PERKS
  • PERMS
  • PEES
  • PERVS
  • cobblestoning
  • conductances
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