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  • copier
  • napier Barham House, Herts, 19 March, 1821. Intended for the Church, he matriculated at Oxford, but in 1842 entered the East India Company's service, served on the staff of Sir C. Napier, and soon acquired reputation as an intrepid explorer.
  • pair All for the burden, for panniers a pair. For since gray hairs been powdered in your sable, The thing ye seek for, you must yourself enable To purchase it by payment and by prayer, – Ye Old Mule by Sir Thomas Wyatt
  • paper off instrumental, had my pencil, and plus my paper We caught the 86 Lithonia headed to Decatur – Elevators (Me & You) by outkast
  • par Fallin' down, under par Can't get out, can only run so far – Run So Far by Eric Clapton
  • pea If I can leave off burying the white Soft petals fallen from the apple tree. (Soft petals, yes, but not so barren quite, Mingled with these, smooth bean and wrinkled pea;) – Putting in the Seed by Robert Lee Frost
  • pear But square cut or pear shape These rocks don't lose their shape! – Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend by Unknown Author
  • peer i{Sing, till you raise your hands and sigh, and from your car-} i{heads peer,} – Anashuya And Vijaya by William Butler Yeats
  • pei The whole distance, from the entrance of the Pei-ho to the city of Tong-tchoo is about one hundred and seventy miles.
  • pepper Punk checker, chump wrecker, got the salt and the pepper Left a mark in the game and never been a half stepper – Dope Game by South Park Mexican
  • pew Sunday morning here beside her in the pew Through blood shot eyes I try to see her point of view – Thank God for Believers by Mark Chesnutt
  • pi Like a schoolboy loves his pi And I love you baby River deep, mountain high – River Deep-Mountain High by Neil Diamond
  • pie
  • pied
  • pier There was silence for a moment on the pier.
  • pipe The medium put out his hand for his pipe once more.
  • piper Poor Little Billie, young Piper the boy poet, the boy who was always so alone, was down with a fever, and was wild and talking in strange ways, and they had no help, no doctor, nothing.
  • poe And I remembered, too, that it was with the Black Watch that John Poe, the famous American football player from Princeton, met his death in a charge.
  • poi
  • popper
  • rapier
  • upper
  • viper We shall be much mistaken if the order-loving and patriotic people of our Christian community do not find a way to stamp their heel upon this vile viper before its venom shall have poisoned the air we breathe."
  • wiper
  • Prier
  • Piers
  • PP
  • PPR
  • PIES
  • dopier
  • zippier
  • punier "You shall only drink two cups more," said the punier villain.
  • peppier
  • sappier
  • happier
  • riper
  • ropier
  • soppier
  • nappier
  • pokier
  • piker
  • accroached
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