What is the correct spelling for PLAUED?

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Correct spellings for PLAUED

  • laud But Archbishop Laud , a Catholic under the disguise of Protestantism, and who was the medium of the pope's influence, exercised a despotism over the king's mind too absolute to allow his reason to instruct, or his conscience to admonish him.
  • palate He took a great gulp of air for a tremendous burst of laughter, and when this was expended and reflection came, his features screwed, as if the acidest of flavours had ravished his palate .
  • pallet He remained there two months, lying on his pallet , unable to move his legs.
  • pallid She was a rather pallid girl and had hair the colour of straw.
  • piled The weather being very dry and favorable for the work, the turf was soon ready for burning; and being piled in long rows, much trouble was saved in subsequently spreading the ashes.
  • placed I got him placed on a camel.
  • plague Well, he sat down in what had been his seat, and tried to imagine that it was his seat still; that Bob would be in pretty soon, and plague him while he studied his spelling-lesson.
  • plagued They are not in trouble as other men, neither are they plagued like other men.
  • plaid A faded, plaid wool rug was across the Major's knees in spite of the fact that the evening was so warm, and about his shoulders was a wide, gray knitted scarf.
  • planned Or would you rather suppose that their Father gave them something more and better to do than they had planned for themselves?"
  • plaque
  • plat
  • plate
  • platte
  • played
  • plead
  • pleased
  • pleated
  • plod Bless your generous heart, Plod !
  • plumed
  • pulled
  • valued
  • Paled "Take 'em on, boys," called the captain, whose face had paled a little, though he seemed as cool as ever.
  • Palled We returned to a table palled by sullen dread-dread of me, anger against Dominick who, in the courage of his ignorance of the conventionalities which restrained them, had taken the short, straight cut to me and peace.
  • Palmed I refer to the purchasing and selling of false bank-notes, which are, as in the lawyer's case, palmed upon any stranger suspected of having money.
  • Paused He paused, looking dubiously from one to the other.
  • Pealed As the company retired, the "Dead March in Saul" was pealed forth.
  • Pilled
  • Plaited
  • Planed
  • Platted
  • Plated
  • Pleaded
  • Plied
  • Poled
  • Polled
  • Puled
  • Claude "Claude, dear, you must.
  • Pilate "And Pontius Pilate would have remained neutral," added Father Burrowes, his blue eyes glittering with delight at the effect upon Mark of his words.
  • plashed

80 words made from the letters PLAUED