What is the correct spelling for PLOTE?

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Correct spellings for PLOTE

  • lot I shall have thought a lot by morning. Some lads get hung, and some get shot. Woeful is this human lot. – Song in the Manner of Housman by Ezra Pound
  • palate Zeb had shot a black-tailed deer on their way to the river and their supper that night, so far as the meat was concerned, would have delighted the palate of an epicure.
  • pallet Joe made a pallet for Emma and one for Barbara, and then he and Tad rolled up in their blankets and lay down a few feet away.
  • pellet With a spurt of flame the leaden pellet struck over my head against the vaulted ceiling.
  • pelt It is not so easy to handle as the colour of the pelt , the length of the tail, the ear that droops or stands erect.
  • pilot Captain Meggs had entered the pilot house in the blackness of night.
  • plat The plat of the village in which these are congregated realizes the words,
  • plate The servant-girl at once brought in his plate of soup, and he tucked the napkin beneath his chin and began to eat.
  • plato He therefore begged Dion to invite Plato to Syracuse to teach him also.
  • platte The next spring when these same hunters went up the Platte , they found the skeleton of poor Scott sixty miles from the place where they had left him.
  • platy
  • plod The artisans are not good workmen, but plod on fairly well, and, with the exception of festas, require few holidays.
  • plot
  • plotted
  • plotter Concealing this knowledge, he invited the unsuspecting plotter to come, with certain of his people, to a feast at the City of Raleigh.
  • pluto 69. Plutarch, 14, 75, 87, 90, 142, 152, 190. Pluto , chief of demons, 266 n.
  • poet
  • pole
  • polite
  • polity This simple and beautiful idea gave rise to the Leaphigh polity .
  • pollute
  • pullet
  • Piloted Gingerly insinuating himself backward through the window, his legs were grasped from below and Slade piloted him easily to the floor.
  • Poled She poled the skiff around the point to a thick clump of bushes.
  • Polled He had polled now half the electorate of the city.
  • PLO
  • plots
  • Pilate For my part I would certainly rather have met her than Pontius Pilate .
  • politer
  • pot

27 words made from the letters PLOTE

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