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Correct spellings for PROF'S

  • porous
  • profess
  • profits This afternoon at the Privy Seal, where reckoning with Mr. Moore, he had got L100 for me together, which I was glad of, guessing that the profits of this month would come to L100. In the evening I went all alone to drink at Mr. Harper's, where I found Mrs. Crisp's daughter, with whom and her friends I staid and drank, and so with W. Hewer by coach to Worcester House, where I light, sending him home with the L100 that I received to-day.
  • profuse The red alders add the coral of their berries and the barberries give the deep rich red of their fruit through which the sun shines with the ruby effect of stained glass windows, The November pasture is less profuse in its colors than it is in earlier autumn but one sees farther in it, and clearer.
  • proof Shall I give you a proof ?
  • prose Dolet and the other persons just mentioned had translated for the most part prose into prose .
  • prosy "I love her too well to marry her and make of our devotion a stale, prosy thing of duty and compulsion.
  • proviso Why I had so many as 250 was because Dr. Johnson advised me to print that number, and to sell them, to stand the sale of them was his expression, but I must do Dr. Johnson the justice to say, that, that advice was given me with a proviso that no person was in the secret but himself, for on my informing him to the contrary, he declined or seemd to decline the affair of getting them printed for me, which I perceiving sent to him for the manuscript, foolishly entertaining a slight suspicion which I much reproach myself for, that some other motives besides the want of merit in the work had influenced this change of behaviour.
  • props We've got props about a hundred feet long, and if you weren't in the know you'd think we had a telegraph wire to old St Peter up above.
  • prof Fitz Hugh gazed at him with a mixture of prof ound respect and smothered hate.
  • priors During the days when Scotland harried the English borders, the Priors of Tynemouth maintained a garrison here; and later, in Stuart days, Charles I. visited the North, and the fortress was strengthened just before the outbreak of the Civil War.
  • proves "It merely proves to you," said the little old man, in a tone which cut short all explanation, and all curiosity, "that I am in the habit of going pretty nearly everywhere, and that my star leads me into the path of those persons whom I wish to meet.
  • pros If she did nothing, the pros and cons were perhaps evenly balanced; if she joined Russia, the pros would be strengthened; if she joined the allies, the situation for Sardinia would be grave indeed.
  • prefers Of course, with such poor eyes he prefers the dark when there are fewer enemies abroad."
  • proofs These are the true evidences of the dominion of the white man; these are the proofs that the owner has come and means to stay, and then the Indians feel it to be time for them to go.
  • pores 211. Gold leaf consists of a portion of the metal beaten out to so great a degree of thinness, as to allow a greenish-blue light to be transmitted through its pores .
  • prods
  • roofs
  • PROV
  • REFS
  • PRES
  • PREF
  • prows
  • proffers
  • poofs
  • cobweblike
  • contraversions
  • contrecoups
  • dronier
  • dinner-jacket

21 words made from the letters PROF'S