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Correct spellings for PLUNDGE

  • lounge Madame Patoff turned away, and crossed the room; then she sank down upon the lounge which I have described as surrounded with books, and, taking a volume in her hand, she began to read, with the utmost unconcern.
  • lung A machine gun bullet had gone through his chest, just missing his lung.
  • lunge Something big and unbearable seemed to have broken finally out of Evan in that first murderous lunge, leaving him lighter and cooler and quicker upon his feet.
  • plane I turned rite to Mr. Seward, and ses I, "Boss, I'm goin to speak plane."
  • pledge "I will not pledge myself to administer it, but I will act as circumstances demand.
  • plug He knocked the ashes from his pipe, took a plug of tobacco from his pouch, and began to cut up a supply for another smoke.
  • plumage Just in front of him, on the bureau, was a stuffed golden-wing, with wings and tail spread to show to best advantage the beautiful plumage.
  • plunder "He doesn't need to go to his father, or to the Jews either, when he can plunder me.
  • plunge His course of action had not been the wild plunge which Peter McSwain had suggested.
  • plunger The Goodwood Plunger raised his hat slightly and bowed.
  • plunk He would have put you on swampin' at one plunk a day and your grub.
  • Plunged And that she too had plunged to the bottom of my own soul, her question was sufficient evidence.
  • plunges But this conclusion plunges us into a serious difficulty.
  • plunked Can't afford to have no horse like that plunked low down, careful, in the middle.
  • most lived-in
  • most livedin
  • most livelong
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