What is the correct spelling for PLOTAGE?

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Correct spellings for PLOTAGE

  • pillage Yet it is unfair to lay the chief blame on Bonaparte for the pillage of Lombardy.
  • placate Even his friends-and he had as many as he cared to have-had been drawn to him by the desire to placate him, to stand well where there was danger in standing ill.
  • plague How about the plague and the cholera?
  • plataea The siege of Plataea now began in earnest.
  • plate Do not, as in some families, keep a plate and chair for those who are dead and gone.
  • platte Neale left North Platte with a wagon-train.
  • pledge I think we have had enough of this acting I only agreed to the pledge because I thought it lay in my part.
  • plot In this way plot in Fig.
  • plotted It was Catholics who fought against me in the Armada, and it was Catholics who plotted against me at Court.
  • plotter Cromwell, known in history as the creature and friend of Cranmer, like his protector a secret pervert to the Protestant doctrines of Germany, and the first arch-plotter for the destruction of Catholicity in the British Isles, undertook to save the English power in Ireland by forcing on that country the supremacy of the king in religious matters, knowing well that such a step would drive the Irish into resistance, but believing that he could easily subdue them and make the island English.
  • plumage It was fully seven feet in height, with powerful, stout legs, while its wings were so small that they could not be distinguished from its lightish brown and grey plumage .
  • portage The officers looked interested, and Lapierre continued: "You know where Brown's old cabin is, just this side of the Methye portage ?"
  • postage When the waiter answered the bell I asked for a glass of milk and a postage -stamp.
  • pottage He wants the pottage which smokes there, and that one poor dish is for the moment more to him than birthright and any future good.
  • protege I did not forget the ingratitude of my protege , though when I recovered I appeared entirely to do so.
  • voltage Many times there are signs near high voltage wires-Danger, Do Not Touch!
  • plots A wily guy like him always plots not to leave any trace behind, and it would be difficult to follow his track.

166 words made from the letters PLOTAGE

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