What is the correct spelling for PLAIR?

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Correct spellings for PLAIR

  • flair Eventually he gathered a library of several hundred volumes and of considerable value, together with an interesting series of scrapbooks containing his earlier essays in literary journalism, and other clippings showing his characteristic flair for the exotic and the strange. Sparks fly and tempers flair You see the enemy everywhere – Red Vision by Pat Benatar
  • lair There could be no escape for those poor wretches, stripped in their bed; none for that aged woman, who could not take herself away from among the guns and rocks of her pursuers; none for those poor children; none, indeed, for the father of the family, upon whom the ten would come in his lair . Masquerader in his lair Wants to tangle in your hair! – Steeler by judas priest
  • liar Stegler in matter of his pass proved a liar . This hot night wind is mine, I know This gust of love ain't no liar Steamed up, blown up, stoked from below I'm a ready to cook with fire, ooh with fire – Cook With Fire by heart
  • pail
  • pair Not a syllable from the pair .
  • pal A pal of our little cat?"
  • pale But even so, it seemed to him that she was pale .
  • pall These were followed by a car drawn by four horses: on it, under a heavy pall , lay a coffin; behind it rode a man in plain black clothes, carrying his hat in his hand.
  • pallor Her pallor showing through the brown of her face did something horrid to her.
  • pally
  • par
  • pear
  • pearl
  • pillar
  • placer
  • plaice
  • plaid
  • plain
  • plait
  • plan
  • planar
  • planer
  • plat
  • play
  • player
  • plea
  • ply
  • polar
  • polio
  • PLO
  • Blair But here, too, more emphatically than at Blair , his friend spoilt the game.
  • Clair Miss St. Clair was in a jovial mood.
  • Paley
  • pairs
  • PL
  • PAAR
  • paler
  • fourgons There were some things which we could not hope to regain, for I daresay that three large commissariat fourgons would not have sufficed to carry the fingers and the toes which the army had shed during that retreat.

33 words made from the letters PLAIR