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  • base It could not else be, I should prove so base, To sue, and be denied such common grace: – Timon of Athens: Act III, scene V by Unknown Author
  • bose
  • case State your name and make a case Give it up to the last place in this race – The New Pollution by authority zero
  • chase True, a new mistress now I chase, The first foe in the field; And with a stronger faith embrace A sword, a horse, a shield. – To Lucasta, Going To The Wars by Richard Lovelace
  • dose Sulfur and molasses was the dose. Didn't help one bit. My condition must be chronic. Spring can really hang you up the most. – Spring Can really Hang You Up The Most by Bette Midler
  • duse
  • ease Turn now to Simoorie where, lapped in his ease, The Captain is petting the Bride on his knees, – The Ballad Of Boh Da Thone by Rudyard Kipling
  • erse It was no sight for young eyes, and I saw Steel shudder; but there was wild Erse blood in the girl, and, holding one arm up, she stood erect, facing us again.
  • ese
  • fuse ``When the twilight helps to fuse ``The first fresh with the faded hues, – Flight Of The Duchess, The by Robert Browning
  • hose While his doublet and hose, Being holiday clothes, – Tragedy, The by Richard Harris Barham
  • lose Ain't got no coffee that's perking Ain't got no winnings to lose Ain't got a dream that is working I ain't got nothing but the blues – I Ain't Got Nothin' But the Blues by Unknown Author
  • muse You're my new muse You've got the best freakin' shoes! – Legally Blonde Remix by Unknown Author
  • nose
  • nyse
  • pace So passed they on with even pace: Yet gradually one might trace – Three Voices, The by Lewis Carroll
  • parse
  • pas Il n'y en a pas.
  • pass There is no doubt that this will come to pass.
  • passe For as touching the tonges, so great is the readines of that age to learne them, that within a few monethes a chylde of Germany maye learne Frenche, and that whyle he dothe other thinges also: neyther dothe that thynge come euer better to passe then in rude and verye yonge yeres.
  • pause Then, after a pause-"I've seen the old man."
  • peso Their wages ran as high as a dollar gold a day, as against a Guatemalan peso for the native peons of the coffee estates in other sections.
  • phage
  • phase This phase of consciousness makes possible invention and scientific achievement.
  • phi Before her, dressed in a jaunty parka of Siberian squirrel-skin, was her frank-faced college boy, he of the Phi Beta Ki.
  • phone Don't say any more over the phone-somebody may be listening.
  • phrase A phrase of Lampridius destroyed the friend of whom I will tell you.
  • pisa She was always beautiful as a rose and, as her mother's old cameriera-she was a native of Lugano-had brought her up, and the priest who taught her came from Pisa and was acknowledged to be an excellent musician, she spoke my language like a child of Tuscany and was perfectly familiar with music.
  • poise In swimming, above all things, this is futile and dangerous, and presently Tom regained his mental poise and struck out calmly, swimming in the direction in which the wind bore him, for there was nothing else to do.
  • pose As to each other their pose needs more deescription.
  • poser This was a poser: Joab had expected her to talk business.
  • posse And while he was yet speaking, and as your wife, half frantic with grief and terror, was entwining her arms around you, and you were striving to ease your bursting heart, to crown the whole, suppose another official and his posse had entered your apartment, and by force of arms had torn her from your embrace, and with thongs upon her hands, and a bandage over her mouth, hurried her away to greet your sight no more?
  • posy To the legacies of remembrances you have had handed down to you, I add this little story of a long ago time, a posy culled from quaint gardens.
  • ps This, however, serves to show that the fly implied was one easily recognisable by its habit of swarming; and the further fact that it bites, or rather stings, is elicited from the expression of the Psalmist, Ps.
  • psi
  • puce
  • purse
  • pus
  • pusey And Dr. Pusey adds: "It taught, because his own soul was moved so deeply; the stream burst forth, because the heart that poured it out was full; it was fresh, deep, tender, loving, because he himself was such; he was true, and thought aloud, and conscience everywhere responded to the voice of conscience."
  • puss On his return he found the spaniel stretched her whole length along the table, by the side of a leg of mutton, while Puss was skulking in a corner.
  • rise
  • rose
  • ruse
  • se
  • sse
  • use
  • vase
  • vise
  • wise
  • Chose
  • Phases
  • These
  • Those
  • Whose
  • pH
  • Poss
  • Jose
  • Phil
  • Suse
  • HS
  • OHS
  • PPS
  • PIS
  • HES
  • SASE
  • PHAT
  • OHSA
  • LASE
  • OISE
  • PEES
  • PHIS
  • PHYS
  • PIES
  • SHES
  • Phish
  • phased
  • phew
  • unnoteworthy
  • actalike

3 words made from the letters PHSE

  • 3 letter words made from PHSE:

    hep, pes, sep.
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