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Correct spellings for PIRCE

  • circe I owe it to poor Herr von Ernau to save him from this Circe.
  • pace I started, stopped, and fell back a pace with a cry.
  • parse These parse-volants, or scarecrows, were passed freely about from one company to another, and the indecency of the fraud was never thought a disgrace to the colours of the company.
  • peace O, the peace of the trees!
  • percy "Oh, thank you, Percy-Mr. Miles, I mean," she added, in pretty confusion.
  • pie Imagine this mass of wonder all one horrible stone pie, without a trace of what it once had been."
  • piece "I thought you'd got a better head-piece.
  • pierce It wasn't what he cared to hear and although he wanted to pierce her with his lengthy sword, he left in disgust.
  • pierced It came again; it pierced him; it broke up the horror and destroyed it.
  • price 1911. How much of the price did you get in money?
  • pricey
  • prize Rodrigo had forgotten his prize entirely.
  • puce Manners withheld Ambrose from responding to Stephen's hot impatience, while the merchant in the sleek puce-coloured coat discussed the Flemish wool market with the monk for a good half-hour longer.
  • purse "Adam, thou can open my purse and take all thou thinks is right.
  • rice During the rice culture they remain in the gogonales, cane-fields which arise in places once cultivated for mountain-rice and afterwards abandoned.
  • spice And the earth, however far it stretch, bears no spice or root of use in making medicine, but it had been planted there, and was to be found in abundance.
  • pierces During the rest of his stay, the Pierces were quite as much kept out of sight, as if they had never been known.
  • PIES "You can truly eat the pies," he remarked.
  • agreeing upon
  • agrees up on
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