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Correct spellings for PLEGDE

  • alleged The question was connected with the English constitution, and Wolfe was now preparing to put forth, in long and blackened array, the alleged evils of an aristocratical form of government.
  • fledged
  • legate But one word to the Pope's Legate, or to the Duke of Nevers, and you would see the inside of a dungeon, if not worse.
  • legged
  • peeled The stratum of tubes on the under side of the cap is easily peeled off and separates as shown in the portion of a cap near the right hand side of Fig.
  • piled
  • pillaged As the Tuileries had already been pillaged by the mob, the royal family found themselves without food or clothing, except what they wore.
  • plague There was still another plague in store.
  • plagued Joe and Jake, who had been dodging around the house, half-coaxing and half-teasing the ancient maiden whom they both plagued and liked, had not been heard or seen for a while.
  • plead No doubt she wants you to plead with me in her favour.
  • pleader He then called on Talleyrand to speak; and that pleader set forth the case of the Bourbons with his usual skill.
  • pleased And, d'you know, I was quite pleased at the thought of his getting married!
  • pleated
  • pledge
  • pledged
  • plod That very day the party were to go to Count von Rappoltstein in the village of Rappolts, and this time Ulrich was not to plod along on foot, or he in a close baggage-wagon; no, he was to be allowed to ride a spirited horse.
  • plucked
  • plug
  • plugged
  • Paged
  • Paled
  • Pegged
  • Pelted The little boys followed him with stones and pelted him, crying, "A madman!
  • Pigged
  • Pleaded
  • Plied
  • Plunged
  • Poled
  • Sledged
  • Purged
  • Puled
  • pledges
  • peeked
  • polkaed