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  • notary In 1498 I. H. had left the firm and Notary and Barbier were at Westminster.
  • padre The padre promised faithfully that he should not be disturbed, and this was one promise that the good padre kept.
  • paltry Hapless were those whom they encountered flying with their wealth; but such paltry booty would not satisfy them.
  • pantry Do not go around your house sticking up your nose at the small pantry , and the ugly mantel-pieces, and the low ceiling.
  • parry This was still more troublesome to parry , as it appeared quite possible to Nevis that if he furnished Hunter with a hint of the truth the latter would find means of getting rid of men who might under pressure be tempted to betray the confidence of their comrades.
  • party 6686. Was that because the party wanted goods, or was there any particular reason for it?
  • pastry You said they was pastry ."
  • patsy "Yes, Patsy ," said Owen, kissing him, "your own Nony!
  • patty Patty, take Padre by the left arm.
  • peary Through December these happy comrades explored the fringes of the forest for glowing vines to serve as Christmas decorations, and in the whirling snowstorms of a peculiarly ferocious little February they would come romping home, two white objects plunging through the drifts, looking like Peary and one of his huskies just back from the North Pole.
  • peaty He grew a few potatoes on sour, peaty soil, and cut the tufts of grass that grew by themselves on the ground about the house-that was Brede's farming.
  • podiatry
  • poetry I was out at tea, and they would talk to me about poetry ."
  • portray Language can never portray nor imagination fully conceive the enthusiastic joy that marked the promulgation of the Declaration of Independence among the people.
  • pottery One near the sea-shore is that of Montplaisir, a long, low, one-story brick structure with tiled floors and numbers of Dutch pottery stoves.
  • potty "The last time," said the youth, "that ye set my sock, Peter Whaup, ye turned it oot jist as saft's potty , and it wore oot raither suner."
  • poultry One shrewd thing frequently noticed in the conduct of an old fox with young is that she never troubles the poultry of the farms nearest her den.
  • powdery They curled up and lay down in the thin powdery snow-blanket.
  • rotary All are mere pins in the great clock-work, only puppets whose motion is received from the great cylinder, Fredericus Rex, who indicates to each one the melody they must play, according to one of the thousand pins in the rotary beam."
  • votary The lady lifted part of her veil, and discovered a handsome mouth, and a set of small, white teeth; for she, too, smiled, though gravely, as she turned to Morton, and said- "You seem, sir, more fitted to be a votary of the temple than one of its officers.
  • Petra I afterwards saw Roman theatres at Amman and Umm Kais, as already mentioned in the journey "Over the Jordan," but they were white; and another at Petra , but that was of rosy red.
  • flat-hatting

88 words made from the letters POATRY

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