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  • crop Nothing could be easier than gathering the crop by the method proposed.
  • drip But at nightfall the frost has stilled the drip of thaw.
  • drop The paratroopers aren't going to drop in Tamanrasset.
  • grip I like to take the grip ; it gives a fellow a little fresh air, if there is any at all.
  • pap I know an anxious host Who long have languished from the want of pap , And once were they turned loose, the energy So long stored up would vivify this state, But this fool civil service bars the way- It should be thrust aside for party's good.
  • para They left New York in September, 1887, arriving in due time at Para , proceeding thence twenty-three hundred miles up the Amazon River to Iquitos.
  • pare When they are to be dressed, wash them, but do not pare or cut them, unless they are very large.
  • parr "Come over here, John, and see this," called Philip, pointing to a tomb on which was this inscription: Thomas Parr of ye county of Salop, born A.D. 1483. He lived in the reignes of ten princes, viz.
  • parry The high parry followed.
  • pcp
  • peep But if its leaves the crimson paint, Her sick'ning hopes no longer faint; The rose upon her bosom worn, She meets him at the peep of morn, And lo!
  • pep Raw yeast is so powerful, it feels like pep pills!
  • perry Perry spoke to him, and pulled him up in the bed.
  • peru I may have to take a run over into Norway, Vienna, and Peru to make sure of how things stand generally."
  • pip The dog has a toothache, the horse has a pain in her stomach, and the hen has the pip ."
  • plop So he pulled, and the Elephant's Child pulled, and the Crocodile pulled; but the Elephant's Child and the Bi-Coloured-Python-Rock-Snake pulled hardest; and at last the Crocodile let go of the Elephant's Child's nose with a plop that you could hear all up and down the Limpopo.
  • pomp Pomp of a heavy sort had no place in the regent's heart.
  • pop I've put up at the Waldorf, and there I shall stop while all this is being investigated here in London, but I shall pop in and out here, of course.
  • pore Pore dear, he do look bad.
  • pr
  • pram
  • prat
  • pray
  • prc
  • prep
  • prey
  • prig Yet Milly was no prig ,-at least not much of a one.
  • prim There she saw, sitting at the table, her head on her arm in a curious girlish abandon unlike the prim Miss Aiken we knew so well, our Old Maid.
  • primp
  • pro
  • prod
  • prom
  • prop
  • prow
  • pry
  • pulp
  • pump
  • pup
  • pure
  • purr
  • pyre
  • rap
  • rep
  • rip
  • trap
  • trip
  • wrap
  • props
  • prof
  • pros
  • purrs
  • RP
  • GREP
  • PPR
  • PROV
  • PREV
  • PRES
  • PREF
  • PROB
  • PREPS
  • PRON
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