What is the correct spelling for POEMTLY?

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Correct spellings for POEMTLY

  • motley We entered a sort of coach-yard, which was filled with a motley and mixed crowd of people.
  • partly We are to have dinner at two rather than in the evening, partly on account of the children and partly on account of the maids, to whom I have promised the time after they have finished the necessary work.
  • pedal Due to the contradictory nature of these two instruments and the fact that many people do not know whether a composition at hand was written for the clavichord or for the organ, some of them try to imitate the organ sound by holding the pedal all the time or most of the time, while others try to imitate the clavichord and refrain from the use of the pedal altogether. foot on the pedal never settle – Last Dayz by onyx
  • pertly For a time Nathan avoided making any direct answer; but when his mother pressed him closely he answered her quite as pertly as he had Colonel Allen, by saying:
  • pestle The upper are socketed into the end of the pestle , and the lower, when a little blunted by use, are not unlike the jaw-teeth of the mammoth, with their studs.
  • petal The stitches vary constantly according to their application, and good embroiderers differ in their manner of using them: some preferring to carry the thread back towards the centre of the petal , on the surface of the work, so as to avoid waste of material; others making their stitches as in satin stitch-the same on both sides, but these details may be left to the intelligence and taste of the worker, who should never be afraid of trying experiments, or working out new ideas.
  • pettily
  • pimply
  • politely
  • pommel
  • portal
  • portly
  • postal
  • prettily
  • remotely
  • Pommeled
  • Pamela Samuel Richardson, author of Pamela , Clarissa Harlowe, and Sir Charles Grandison, was by trade a printer.

115 words made from the letters POEMTLY