What is the correct spelling for PLAY'D?

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Correct spellings for PLAY'D

  • lad Surely they must know better than a lad like you!"
  • lady "Oh yes, my lady ; he writes to me now and then," replied the housekeeper. ALL OTHERS: He is toodle-ooing all his lady loves. All the girls he didn't know so well, All the innocent and all the shady loves, – Here's a Kiss for Cinderella by Unknown Author
  • lard Fry of a nice brown in hot dripping or lard , and garnish with fried parsley and cut lemon.
  • laud Such, such was my hope-when in infancy's years On the laud of my fathers I reared thee with pride; They are past, and I water thy stem with my tears- Thy decay not the weeds that surround thee can hide.
  • pad He opened his table's one shallow drawer, and took out a pad and a pencil.
  • paid He won't leave till he has been paid , you may be sure of that.
  • pallid His face was pallid and haggard.
  • piled So on Friday afternoon we all went up and took the boarding away from under the car and piled it inside, because we thought we might use it again.
  • placed He paused, lifted up the picture once more, and placed it on the table.
  • placid She had ridden far on rough trails, had been subjected to a stress of emotion to which her placid maiden life had been unused.
  • plaid When it was consumed, Macdonald endeavoured to dry his socks by the lamp, and then the three lay down under my plaid to pretend to sleep.
  • plait There was no "s'il vous plait " this time.
  • plat Since it was soon evident that they were the former, the next question was whether they were lot boundaries matching those on the plat .
  • plate One morning the servants of M. d'Orleans told their master that ten pieces of plate were missing, and that suspicion fell upon the gentleman.
  • plato Euripides - and Plato .
  • platy
  • play
  • played
  • plead
  • pleat
  • plod
  • ploy
  • ply
  • poland
  • pollard
  • Paled Helen paled with apprehension of disaster, for she knew that her father had been keenly suffering all the morning.
  • Palled Whilst Temple Harris stayed at Lyncombe, we spent a great deal of time in writing stories, ballads, &c., for a MS. magazine which we used to produce once a week; and this was not wholly useless, from the facility of composition which it gave me. But after Temple Harris left, the utter waste of life at Lyncombe palled upon me terribly, and I made, in desperation, great efforts to instruct myself, which, with no books and with every possible hindrance from without, was difficult enough.
  • Pealed Shrill and piercing and far-aloft pealed the scream of the eagle.
  • Planed Charles selected one, cut it into two pieces and planed it with a fragment of windowpane, while the servant tore up sheets to make bandages, and Mademoiselle Emma tried to sew some pads.
  • Plated The only qualities I don't like about you are the surface qualities that have been plated on in these surroundings.
  • Plied
  • Poled
  • Puled
  • Loyd + John du Frock } } Wm. Champnies } Loyd Gally Capt.
  • Plays
  • platys
  • laid Good is of a nature akin to every one, evil is alien to every one. Inconsistency with what has been previously laid down 183
  • payed When he came up again, the schooner had payed off on her true course, and the mate stood by the wheel himself, and Keola heard him cursing.

22 words made from the letters PLAY'D