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- bowed He nodded, and, in return, they bowed to the ground, as is meet. The survivors - Our heads bowed The survivors - At memorials for other faces in the crowd – The Survivors by pet shop boys
- cowed They evinced no interest in the arrival of the two shipwrecked white boys, being too utterly cowed and broken to think of anything but their own misery.
- owed Now he felt only the grandeur of what he owed her. Yes, and they say we're gonna have to pay what's owed We're gonna have to reap from some seed that's been sowed – Telegraph Road by dire straits
- peewit When the peewit alights he runs along a few yards rapidly, as if carried by the impetus.
- pet It seemed to be a great pet of the young girl. The love scholar, she's the teacher's pet Every other eve we meet and make each other sweat – Between The Cheats by Amy Winehouse
- pewee On the other hand, while the wood pewee is one of the very plainest, there are few, if any, that excel her as an architect.
- pewit He shook hands all round and sprang quickly into the carriage, and as it rattled away with him down the road, he stood up, waving his bonnet with the spray of evergreen pine in it and whistling the pewit call.
- plowed "More like a plowed field a consider'ble sight.
- pocket "I found this in the young lady's pocket," she said.
- poet The title-page bears the portrait of the poet by Droeshout.
- point "I can see it from your stand-point.
- poppet With her, in the cluttered drawing-room, were Margaret, Kate Schermerhorn, Poppet Bleecker, Verelst, Cantillon and Ogston.
- port Besides, no one would have found admittance to the royal port, which was closed on all sides.
- posed He did not have to pose her; she had posed herself by grace of bygone luxurious ways.
- Lowed The horses neighed, and the oxen lowed, The sheep's "bleat, bleat" came over the road, And all seemed to say, with a quiet delight, "Good little girl, good night, good night!"
- Pawed The horse, proud and fiery in spite of its small size, pricked up its ears and pawed the ground.
- Poked "We've accepted that"-he poked his stick towards where stood our Imperial city in the night-"as if it came by itself.
- Poled As the boys watched, they poled out a shallow-draft, broad-beamed rowboat about fifteen feet long.
- Pored Wrapped in his dressing-gown, he sat in the warmth of the low stove at his small, old-fashioned, little-used desk, and pored over his books on finance, with his temples resting in his hands.
- mowed And again: They mowed down our men in dozens, and the trenches, being confined, were crowded with men who foolishly kept in them instead of rushing over the parapet, and, by coming forward in a mass, trusting to some of them at least being able to pass through untouched to the Redan, where, of course, once they arrived, the artillery could not reach them, and every yard nearer would have diminished the effect of the grape by giving it less space for spreading.