What is the correct spelling for PLAYD?

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Correct spellings for PLAYD

  • lad "And this is the young lad .
  • lady Amongst the rest was Lady Florence Lascelles. My lady I'm comin' for you get them hugs ready Hold steady – Comin' for You by trey songz
  • lard When wanted for use, wash and wipe it, and it will answer for making into paste as well as fresh lard .
  • laud To the last Charles was not despotic enough to please Laud , who complains petulantly in his Diary of a prince "who knew not how to be, or be made great."
  • pad In the morning he saw a leaf come floating down the stream; he watched it; it touched Lily-Pad Island for just an instant and he jumped on.
  • paid They arn't paid for it-there is no parquisite to be got by it.
  • pallid Braden's heart was cold, his face pallid with dread as he hurried up the steps to the front door of the familiar old house.
  • piled The shells were handed on board and piled up ready for opening, and then Harry Marton, who had remained on the "Heron," reported supper was ready.
  • placed We must accept the position in which Miss Silvester has placed us.
  • placid And a jealous thought came to his wife, who usually was so placid and good-natured.
  • plaid The plaid I had bought did wear a common look in comparison.
  • plait Alix sat up in bed, one dark plait hanging on either side of her small pale face, her sharp chin resting on her knees.
  • plat Hard by the foot of one of these rock-bastions, on a fan-shaped plat of green, backed by clumps of ivy and wind-tortured thorns, a group of tents had sprung up like a cluster of enormous mushrooms.
  • plate Up very betimes, and walked, it being bitter cold, to Ratcliffe, to the plate -maker's and back again.
  • plato How this antithesis was worked out by Plato and Aristotle we shall see later on.
  • platy
  • play
  • played
  • plead
  • pleat
  • plod
  • ploy
  • ply
  • poland
  • pollard
  • Paled The red paled in Sue's cheeks.
  • Palled The decorative food: the numberless, tiny cups and trays; the taper, pink-tinted fingers that poured the warm drink; the kimono, the music and lights,-all palled.
  • Pealed Her explosive laugh pealed out in the second before fear of her father stifled it.
  • Planed You can sometimes find boards planed one inch thick, but as a rule you will find the thickness seven eighths of an inch.
  • Plated The first batteries of this kind, used successfully at Kinburn, were otherwise unseaworthy and unmanageable, and were little more than heavily-plated and more or less covered barges.
  • Plied
  • Poled
  • Puled
  • Loyd "If the dinner is spoiled, my dear Loyd ," he said cheerily, "pray do not blame the cook; when guests stray away at the dinner-hour, who is responsible for the consequences? And, by the way, where is Colston? Have we to wait until his constitutional is over?"
  • Plays
  • platys
  • laid He is like to a man building a house, who digged deep and laid the foundation upon a rock.
  • payed The three figures in the air attract the eye so strongly, that little or no attention is payed to those below on the mountain.

19 words made from the letters PLAYD