What is the correct spelling for PORPER?

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Correct spellings for PORPER

  • paper I haven't a bit of paper ." Trying to get paper Gotta have land, gotta have acres – Patience (with Damian Marley) by Nas
  • pauper In default of identification, it would be turned over for burial among the pauper dead.
  • peeper
  • pepper
  • pipe After breakfast I reflected for a little over a pipe and then I asked her for a bit of lunch to put in my pocket and told her I was going for a long walk.
  • piper Oh, how nice you are, Mr. Piper !
  • pop He did not often address his parent, after the fashion of most sons, as "Father," "Dad" or "Pop."
  • pope Pope himself was partly to blame for the delay.
  • popper It'll be back to Popper Dillaway and Belle.
  • pore It was a cheap belt, and pore Ginger said that, when they 'ad done with it, it would come in handy for sand-paper.
  • porker Thou hast dropped an arrow, thou young porker , cried Etienne, the while he struck a violent blow with his switch across the face and eyes of one of his attendants; dost thou think there are so few of thy fellow swine to shoot, that arrows are useless in these woods!
  • porter "The guard told me that all the luggage for Branchester was out," the porter protested deprecatingly.
  • proper "I've been a proper fool," cried the woman, and she drew in a long breath.
  • roper I told the fool that I was not Head of the Church as Christ was, but only the supreme governor, as the Act declares, in all spiritual and ecclesiastical things:-I forget how it runs,-but I showed it him, and asked him whether it were not true; and I asked him too how it was that Margaret Roper could take the oath, and so many thousands of persons as full Christian as himself-and he could not answer me."
  • popes Popes have often been absent before, sometimes for long periods.
  • poorer The big fish eat the little fish, the strong gain advantage over the weak, the rich grow richer, and the poor grow relatively poorer .
  • poppers

25 words made from the letters PORPER