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Correct spellings for PLAYDO

  • lad I think there was a lad from Hillswick who told me about it two days back.
  • lady Oh, I guess if it was the old lady , there wouldn't be much question about it.
  • pad "Oh, very well," said Miss Gale shortly, bending over her writing-pad.
  • palladio Huge, heavy they are, according to the local ideal, and always wanting the delicacy of Venetian architecture, where something in the native genius tempered to gentleness the cold severity of Palladio , and where Sansovino knew how to bridge the gulf between the Gothic and the Renascent art that would have been Greek but halted at being Roman.
  • pallid Some moments after the pallid Minister looked over the work of destruction, but no trace of humanity was there except himself.
  • plaid Who ever heard of going to a wedding in plaid trousers and waistcoat!
  • plait Mrs. Dennison drooped her eyes in delicate sympathy, and, taking a fold of the muslin dress, which fell like billows of snow over the carpet, began to plait it thoughtfully between her fingers.
  • plano Los patos tienen el pico grande y plano .
  • plat In the center of his town plat he carelessly left a large "Square."
  • plate Silver plate -in our cellar!
  • plato Their eyes met, it was but for a moment; but they there read more than Plato , Aristotle, or all the ancient philosophers ever wrote-at all events what they prized far more.
  • platte In the afternoon of the fifth day after our union, we arrived on the plain, through which the creek had cut its way to the Platte River.
  • platy
  • play
  • played But the Whole Life wherein my part was played; And you amid its fitful masquerade – She, To Him II by Thomas Hardy
  • player Sweeter so flavor, that's good for this player My hood, now and later, throw back like a pager – Sugar by flo rida
  • plead Yet I my hart with silence secretly will teach to speak, and my iust cause to plead: and eke mine eies with meeke humility, loue learned letters to her eyes to read. – Sonnet XLIII by Edmund Spenser
  • plod Finally it came to him, immensely remote, a rhythmic plod , plod , plod .
  • pluto We reached Mount Pluto , at the distance given by my former observations as far as could be ascertained by the mode of measurement I employed then; which was by counting my horse's paces.
  • ply Towered clouds forever ply, And at noonday, you and I – Swallows Travel To And Fro by Robert Louis Stevenson
  • Paled
  • Palled The solitary occupant of the car was a man of sixty-a grey-haired gentleman of medium height, dressed with scrupulous care, and wearing on his clean-shaven face a perpetual smile, as though life were an amusement which never palled.
  • Pealed The organ pealed and the white-robed choir marched in, bearing the golden crosses, and followed by the Reverend Dr. Lettuce-Spray, smooth-shaven, plump and beautiful, his eyes bent reverently on the floor.
  • Plied
  • PLO
  • Aldo
  • Plays As though it dragged road-metal. My curse on plays That have to be set up in fifty ways, – The Fascination Of What's Difficult by William Butler Yeats
  • coldshoulders

55 words made from the letters PLAYDO