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Correct spellings for PROOL

  • drool Do you mind if I drool a bit?"
  • parole But remember you're on parole !
  • payroll You have about forty minutes in which to meet your payroll .
  • peril The captain stood in the pilot house with a pistol at the head of the pilot, and told him to give his orders, and to give wrong ones at his peril .
  • pol The Grande Rue of Rocher-St.-Pol I saw winding between gabled and half-timbered houses towards the church on the summit, and finally a long flight of stairs called by the people Jacob's ladder brings the pilgrim to the terrace in front of the church door.
  • poll She was the richest old maid on the North Shore; lived in a stone and plaster house bigger’n the Ostable County jail, which she’d labeled "Pendlebury Villa"; had six servants, three cats and a poll parrot; and was so tipped back with dignity and importance that a plumb-line dropped from her after-hair comb would have missed her heels by three inches.
  • polo These deputy hosts of the Deputy-Commissioner, after so kindly relieving our minds, drove us to the polo grounds in their brake, behind unbroken ponies, along a half-made road, which was highly exhilarating-but we feared nothing after our late escape-were we not each a neck to the good?
  • pool Aren't you going to try for some of those trout in the pool ?
  • pro McKinley side-issue of the pro -Peary effort.
  • prole Et licet unicus eis fuisset, mallent prole caruisse, quam talem habuisse.
  • proof And after a moment of silence he continued: The best proof of the truth of your words is this, that you are here, that you are standing before me.
  • propel Nevertheless, some unseen power seemed to propel him toward an erratic solution of this sort.
  • provo Members of the teacher-training class at Provo were asked to name four or five subjects which they regarded hard to stimulate interest in.
  • prow "Steamer off the port bow, sir," rang out the voice of the lookout at the prow .
  • prowl At night the coyotes yap quaveringly and prowl abroad after the long-eared jack rabbits, which bounce away at their hunger-driven approach.
  • prowler It made one glad to let even this rare prowler of the woods go in peace.
  • roil "Deer wouldn't roil the water like that.
  • roll Let the months roll by and then approach the same village along the same road under the summer sun.
  • POOLE I have introduced Dr. Poole into this narrative because he was really the dean of the interesting group of men who figured in Field's Saints' and Sinners' Corner.
  • PROMO Bounce Back (Radio Version)" - 3:29 "Bounce Back (House Dub)" - 5:52 "Bounce Back (7" Remix)" - 4:12 "Bounce Back (Acapella)" - 3:59 12" Single (Atlantic Records promo) "Bounce Back (12" Version)" - 6:45 "Bounce Back (Radio Version)" - 3:29 "Bounce Back (House Dub)" - 5:52 "Bounce Back (7" Remix)" - 4:12 "Bounce Back (Acapella)" - 3:59 12" Single (Indisc Belgian release) "Bounce Back (12" Version)" - 6:45 "Bounce Back (7" Radio Version)" - 3:29 "Bounce Back (House Dub Mix)" - 5:52 "Bounce Back (7" Remix)" - 4:12 "Bounce Back (Acapella)" - 3:59 We've got two fifty grand in the budget to go Subtract five for club promo – The Hardest Way To Make An Easy Living by the streets

13 words made from the letters PROOL