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  • appear When the Waters were dried an' the Earth did appear, ("It's all one," says the Sapper), The Lord He created the Engineer, Her Majesty's Royal Engineer, – Sappers by Rudyard Kipling
  • ear Gifted with so fine an ear; The man drowned in a bog's mire, – The Tower by William Butler Yeats
  • pair And each pair dance The Washington Square dance – Washington Square Dance by Unknown Author
  • paper Aiyyo I gotta put some action on paper Make sure my verse jump up and spread out like the raper – 1nce Again by a tribe called quest
  • par And I'm not feeling up to par It increases my paranoia Like looking in my mirror and seeing a police car – Almost Cut My Hair by queensryche
  • paw Don't pick the prickly pear by paw When you try to pick, try to use the claw. – Bare Necessities by disney
  • pay Why, Captain!-- my Lord!-- Here 's the devil to pay! The fellow's been cut down and taken away! – Execution, The : A Sporting Anecdote Hon. Mr. Sucklethumbkin's Story by Richard Harris Barham
  • pea Home fer the winter with his family, happy as squirrels in the ol' gum tree Bein' the father he wanted to be, close to his boys as the pod an' the pea – The Ballad of Davy Crockett (Davy Crockett) by Unknown Author
  • peak The air that we breathe to the highest mountain peak Bring truth from your soul to your mouth when you speak – Positive Vibes by Kottonmouth Kings
  • peal
  • pear But in the end she flung the volume aside impatiently and went to her window, staring down into the neglected tangle of the front yard and the glimpse of the street through the straggling branches of the pear trees.
  • pearl Presently the drooping roses raised their heads, from pearl to silver grew the light, and comparison ended.
  • peary We are almost as much pleased by the authoress's confident expectation that we shall be thrilled to learn any new fact about Miss Aldrich, who wrote "one of the most exquisite lyrics in the language"; about Rhoda Hero Dunn, "a genius" with "an almost Shakespearean quality in her verse," or about Elsa Barker, whose poem The Frozen Grail, "dedicated to Peary and his band, is an epic of august beauty," and whose sonnet When I am Dead "ranks with the great sonnets of the world," as she would be surprised to discover that we had never heard of one of them.
  • peat Peat is not good for plants, and does not make the soil fertile, but quite the reverse.
  • peer "I'll look for the number on the cabin list," said she hastily, and went forth with trembling to summon the peer .
  • pei Te ke mahadei, haba ka la khymih na kawei ka thliew kaba pei , ka la iohih ia u; hangta lei-lei kam don pyrthei shuh haduh ba ka la kyddiah ia ki jingkhang bad ka la rung shapoh iing.
  • pew The two prettiest were unquestionably in the Temple pew .
  • pie He is as nice as pie this afternoon, so I have an idea that he busted the chair and doesn't want old Jones to find out about it."
  • pier Glory Goldie, who did not seem to mind the gale, remained on the pier .
  • piper Sandy, bring Billy Piper .
  • plea I enter no plea against any man.
  • poe But the thing about him which had immediately arrested my attention was his really extraordinary resemblance to Paul Harley's engraving of Edgar Allan Poe .
  • spar Moths were busy in all directions, showing the way, while bats by the dozen darted like black lightning from corner to corner, making sure that every spar and beam was fixed and steady.
  • spear The same rocks, the same bracken, the same hum of the tides; the same flowers; the same blue here, below us, the same outline of a spear -head there, beyond St. Ann's, where the tide forces through the slack water; the same streak of yellow yonder on the south cliffs of Saaron....
  • upper These still exist on the upper floor.
  • Pah Ka Pah Syntiew was a beautiful maiden who had as her abode a cave at Marai, near Nongkrem, whence she was enticed by a man of the Mylliem-ngap clan by means of a flower.
  • Peas Henry acknowledged that at the moment he looked so little like the owner of anything except the bag, in which the peas were rattling like bullets, that he forgave the doubt.
  • Pears Grace was fond of fruit, and would beat the pears and apples from the trees, and could select the best with as much judgment as if she had been possessed with the sense of sight.
  • PP There is an account of her by Thomas C. Chenery, in the notes to his translation of Hariri's Assemblies V. 1, pp.
  • PPR
  • PAAR
  • accroached

26 words made from the letters PPEAR