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Correct spellings for PLART

  • lard Be careful to have the lard boiling to set the batter, or the pieces of feet will run about the pan.
  • lat "Weel, Anerew," said his wife, "there's mony a thing he said 'at I can not un'erstan'; naither am I muckle the better for your explainin' o' the same; I maun jist lat it sit."
  • palate Very good; but where is your tropical heat to supply the appreciative palate ?
  • pallet She turned away abruptly, and looked toward the corner where Billy slept on a pallet .
  • part "For a part of the day.
  • party I am not keeping anything back, as you see; a family dinner party once a year and that is all.
  • pat "If you come in for a few minutes, or if Pat were to come in for a few minutes.
  • peat I plugg'd the wound wi' a peat turf.
  • pelt It's a pelt -a hound pup's pelt and you are going to furnish it, if you'll stop strutting long enough for me to skin you!
  • pert "He was a pert little rascal;" said Jim.
  • pilot "I always said he didn't need a pilot ," replied Marcy.
  • plaid I knew it perfectly well; while I sought out the simplest and prettiest dark small plaid I could find.
  • plaint "With waefo wae I hear zour plaint ; Sair, sair I rew the deid, That eir this cursed hand of mine Had gard his body bleid.
  • plait Another plan in searching for an omen was to plait cocoa-nut leaves and cover the middle post of the great house, from the floor to the ridge pole, and there the chiefs sat and watched.
  • planet "I do not," he answered, "always act from the motives in vogue among my fellow-creatures of this planet ; but why and how I differ from them it might not be well to explain.
  • plant It was quite covered with peasants, engaged in ploughing out potatoes, and in gathering the leaves of the tobacco-plant, of which there was a vast quantity.
  • plat PLATLY, adv. flatly, plainly, T. iii. 786, 881, iv. 924; I 485. See PLAT.
  • plate The girl's eyes fell, and she pushed her knife against her plate .
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  • platte
  • platter
  • platy
  • play
  • plead
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  • pliant
  • plot
  • pluto
  • polar
  • pollard
  • port
  • prat
  • splat
  • Paled But I never trust any one who has deceived me once," he said, so sternly that even Christine's cheek paled.
  • plaits Her thick, glossy brown hair was coiled neatly in plaits , no matter what the fashion; her skin, devoid of powder, did not shine, even on the hottest day; her smile was a benison, and her teeth and horsemanship perfect.
  • Pilate When Jesus was brought before Pilate , he was greatly troubled as to what judgment he should give, and his hesitation was increased by a warning from his wife, to have no part in the death of that righteous man; for she had terrifying dreams respecting him, which made her conclude that his death would be avenged by some unseen power.
  • frenches The Frenches , indeed, possessed a boy of two, reputed handsome.

25 words made from the letters PLART