What is the correct spelling for POVETY?

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Correct spellings for POVETY

  • covet "Honors without honor, Madam, I do not covet ," I replied.
  • overt The latter had reckoned so fully on meeting with opposition somewhere in this quarter, that it is doubtful if he was exactly disappointed at the turn the conversation had lately taken; though perhaps, as a matter of taste, he would have preferred more overt antagonism and obstacles more tangible to grapple with.
  • pave "I expect I'm a bit rusty after my holiday," she replied diplomatically, fondly hoping to pave the way for more lenient treatment than had been accorded to the luckless student of oratorio.
  • paved We heard a groan of pain, for the paved yard was hard as the face of the mountain.
  • peaty For a few yards all went well with them, though they clearly found it heavy going; then suddenly the great bull sank up to his belly in the stiff peaty soil, and remained fixed.
  • pervert The whole tone of his language and demeanor on the religious subject was exhibited in his reply to the Electress, who, immediately after the marriage, entreated that he would not pervert her niece from the paths of the true religion.
  • pet "No, no, pet ; you'll be all right in a second.
  • petty As I have said, the world of books in which I lived was almost altogether shut to her, but yet she was the only person in the village whose conversation was lifted out of the petty and personal into the region of the universal.
  • piety There is so much terror in one, so much tenderness and moving piety in the other, as must touch any one who is capable either of fear or pity.
  • pity It's a pity you couldn't have known it before."
  • pivot It was, indeed, the Persian noble himself who now advanced towards Jahangir, the Emperor having swung his chair, which was on a pivot , to face the palace.
  • poet The poet recognises in the speaker a Florentine friend.
  • polity The Polity of the Lacedaemonians talks about the laws and institutions created by Lycurgus, which train and develop Spartan citizens from birth to old age.
  • port
  • porter
  • potter
  • potty
  • pout
  • pouter
  • poverty
  • privet
  • proved
  • purvey Let your sister hear what ye have in mind, and she'll purvey you well for your journey to Brunhild's court.
  • Pete "No, mine is," insisted Pete , whose white shirt was of the hue of a stove pipe.
  • pointy
  • PVT
  • pot
  • savvy*

34 words made from the letters POVETY

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