What is the correct spelling for PLATUE?

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Correct spellings for PLATUE

  • late Isn't it very late , child?
  • palate Flora did so, daintily arranging them so as to be inviting to the eye as well as the palate , and inwardly wondering what new caprice her aunt would develop next.
  • palette One brought the envelopes on a palette and presented them.
  • pate "So you knave," quoth she, "I must knock out of your bald pate my reckoning."
  • plague Thus simply was the plague removed.
  • plagued It was the bitterness of not being able to drive himself that plagued Farrel: the consciousness of having to stand by and let her do what there was danger in doing, incensed him.
  • plait Should she not gladly plait her nettle-coats, endure her doom, to lift from those two beloved heads the evil spell of poverty and sickness?
  • plaque The flight that lasted four days and three nights is his memorial, quite as much as is the bronze plaque unveiled last April in the Detroit show hangar.
  • plat Always with the same soft pad of her feet, the same swaying of her sturdy, slender body, the same rising and falling on her shoulders of her childish door-knocker plat .
  • plataea Such was the end of Plataea , in the ninety-third year after she became the ally of Athens.
  • plate The other man stared fixedly at his plate .
  • plateau Wolfe and his officers hurried up the high plateau and chose their ground.
  • platen Approximately 15 per cent of the men employed are cylinder pressmen, about 10 per cent platen pressmen, and less than three per cent web pressmen.
  • plato I was talking about Plato , nurse.
  • platte Our course now lay along the south side of the Platte , clear to Denver; and with the prospect of level roads and plenty of grass and water, we looked forward hopefully to a pleasant trip the rest of the way.
  • platter There was a roast of beef, a tea urn, a pat of butter, and a loaf of bread, on the platter carried by the housekeeper, while Betty followed with the cups and saucers, and the potatoes, the napkins, and the sugar.
  • platy
  • plautus In what relation do the plays of Plautus stand to the more serious interests of life?
  • pleat It may have been that suddenly she was so extremely tired-tired of the lay of the week ahead, suggested by the smells and the noises and the consciousness of that front box pleat .
  • plot Do now attend the queen? Since they did plot The means that dusky Dis my daughter got, – The Tempest: Act IV, scene I by Unknown Author
  • pluto We saw many kangaroos to the eastward of Mount Pluto , but could not get a shot at any.
  • polite Ev'ry Sunday afternoon we'll be polite, But we'll make love on Thursday night. – Ev'ry Sunday Afternoon by Shirley Ross by Unknown Author
  • pollute
  • Platted These were dressed in pink-coloured shirt and trousers, and wore small hats of straw platted thick, with low round crowns, and narrow brims turned up at the side.
  • Plated Got their hearts gold-plated right now.
  • latte
  • plates
  • Pilate
  • in-stalling

86 words made from the letters PLATUE