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Correct spellings for POSEP

  • peep "I-I wish I could have a peep at him some time without being-" "For heaven's sake, don't even consider such a thing," I cried in alarm.
  • pep
  • poesy O Poesy is on the wane, I cannot find her face again.
  • poise Poyser, from poise , scales, is official.
  • poised They closed in from all sides, their long spears poised to strike.
  • polyp Some primitive animal abandoned the worm-like habit, and attached itself, like a polyp , to the floor.
  • pomp It was only a few weeks since the young prophet had been the humble shepherd lad of Cloyes, but that was forgotten now, and as he led his army from Vendome he had assumed a pomp and dignity quite out of harmony with the appearance of his army.
  • pop Again in 1884 Miss Shinner, having acquired a great reputation in musical circles in England, was called upon at very short notice to take Madame Neruda's place as leader to the "Pop" Quartet, on which occasion she acquitted herself so well that an encore of the second movement of the quartet was demanded.
  • pope The clergy recognised in this the sign from Heaven, and asked him on the spot whether he would be Pope .
  • pose There was absurdity in her pose , and yet, as Meynell uncomfortably recognized, a new touch of something passionate and real.
  • posed He posed magnificently, for on his shoulders was a mantle of gold thread woven with blue, which was not his the night before.
  • poser Had it not been for this the First World War could have never been, for the socialists of that time were bitterly opposed to war and Germany was the world's greatest stronghold of socialism, yet when their beloved imperial poser , William the Great, called for war the German socialists, with the exception of a few whom they afterwards murdered, went forth to war almost without protest.
  • poseur He's a poseur and a toadier, no doubt of that, and I've always despised him for it, but he has real ability and he's worked like a fiend through this muss, and not all for his rich patients, either.
  • posit
  • posse
  • post
  • poster
  • posy
  • prep
  • pusey In the next century it was to Christ Church that Bishop Berkeley, the greatest of British philosophers, retired to end his days, and to find a burial-place; and, during the long life of Dr. Pusey , the Cathedral of Oxford was a place of pilgrimage, as the living centre of the Oxford movement.
  • Posies
  • Poss
  • popes The revolt showed the strength of the opponents to the king's will, but it also proved conclusively that the monarchy was the strongest power in the realm; that the star of ecclesiastical domination had set forever in England; that henceforth English kings and not Italian popes were to govern the English people.
  • poses
  • posers
  • HOSP
  • poises
  • posses

16 words made from the letters POSEP