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  • pal If my pal goes back on me-why, Lord help her!
  • pale Our American women are too pale , for the most part; but then again, your men are too red.
  • parley The admiral then ordered them to prepare for the assault, but as they were advancing, a flag of truce was thrown out from the walls, and a herald descending came off in a boat to the ship with a message from Sir John, requesting to hold a parley .
  • parole He will explain to you, with the deepest feeling, that military men were put on their parole not to bag anything, and they did not; but the men in the Civils came on ponies, and went away with carts.
  • paul Someone caught hold of it in Paul Jones, and away it went.
  • pauli S. Pauli , 1843. My dear Hope,-In return for your announcement of some change of purpose, I must tell you of one of my own, in a matter where I told you I was going to be very quiet.
  • pearl The pearl was not enough in itself to tempt.
  • peel When done, mix with them a quarter of a pound of loaf-sugar powdered, and the juice and grated peel of half a lemon.
  • pile And Wantele, again with mingled annoyance and amusement, saw another pile of notes-far smaller, it was true, than his own-lying on the reading-desk which was always close to his cousin's hand.
  • plea Then he made one more plea .
  • ply With sparkling surface-eyes we ply the ball: It is in truth a most contagious game; Hiding the Skeleton shall be its name.
  • pol Then on a cool and crisp day when clouds were scudding through the sky, between them there was revealed to me a French town that seemed to bear the name of Rocher-St.-Pol.
  • pole Stas seized a bamboo pole with both hands in order not to fall and fixed his eyes on the distance.
  • prole "She won't be a Prole very long.
  • puddle He had felt his face pushed in a puddle of his blood.
  • puerile Realising, anew, how wildly astray from simple truth the world had wandered, how ridiculous were the bickerings which passed for religious thought, how puerile , inadequate, the dogmas that men named creeds, he trembled spiritually before the magnitude of his task.
  • pule I, Coke Clifton, with my sweetmeats in one hand and my horn-book in the other, am whipped till I pule , coaxed till I am quiet, and sent supperless to bed, if I presume to murmur!
  • pull I'm sorry-because of Aunt Hester-but we always do pull together, you know.
  • pulled Jerry caught her arm and pulled her gently into the dressing-room.
  • puller But the difficulties began when he came up with the hunt; for the horse in question is a desperate puller , very awkward to manage in old enclosures, and not at all accustomed to hunt with any regular pack, least of all with her Majesty's hounds.
  • pullet But it's a beautiful country when you douse the sunshine and turn on the starlight, or a half-size moon like that young pullet in the west sky yonder.
  • pulley The four-story houses faced each other, with pulley -lines between, the clothes shutting out air and light.
  • pulp Put the yellow rind and the pulp into a pint of boiling water; set it on the fire, and let it boil two or three minutes.
  • pulse "Allow me to feel your pulse , Madam," said the doctor, and then without another word he suddenly left the room.
  • pure Our ancestors lived in the open air, which is always pure and fresh.
  • puree Mash through a colander and heap lightly on a platter, arranging broiled chops around the puree .
  • purely When she asked for an explanation the following day, her father had put her off by saying it was purely a business matter which it was best she should not know about.
  • purge When we talk-as we almost must talk-of Reason, the Emotions, or the Passions and the Will leading to action, we think of the three stages or aspects of our behaviour as separable and even perhaps hostile; we want, perhaps, to purge the intellect from all infection of the emotions.
  • purl For a moment she heard him among the bushes; then as all sound made by him died away there was only the purl of the creek and the eternal murmur of the pines.
  • purple Their shadows were long, sharp-cut, and of a deep, purple blue.
  • purse To a child who offered me a bunch of violets he gave his whole purse .
  • puzzle The language of our Lord then could scarcely puzzle Nicodemus, but the idea did stagger him that not only Gentiles but Jews must be born again.
  • rule It was supposed that his wife could not take an interest in matters of business, or in things of interest to men, so silence was the rule when they were alone.
  • url When describing the battle with Shih-Url, he says:- They fought from seven o'clock in the morning till one at noon, burnt ten vessels, and killed an immense number of the pirates.
  • PLO
  • Pele Calling upon Pele , goddess of the Volcano, to send him hot stones and molten lava, Maui cast these into Kuna's retreat until the waters boiled furiously, sending a vast column of steam far above the rim of the gorge.
  • Puled He makes a funny noise that sounds like swering and gets mad when his tale is puled.
  • Purled Narcissi carpeted the sloping banks above a pool like a crystal mirror, into which the tiny rivulet purled through forest ways sacred to the wild things and rarely profaned by foot of man.
  • Purlieu The girl was brought up among exiles and political criminals in the purlieu of Montmartre.
  • Paley His ethical theory was substantially identical with that of Paley -the most conspicuous writer upon theology of the generation,-and Paley is as thoroughly empirical in his theology as in his ethics, and makes the truth of religion essentially a question of historical and scientific evidence.
  • Peale Something told me that when I first met you walking in the Villa Peale .
  • Perl Several well-to-do Maskilim not only founded but, like Perl , also maintained such schools, and gave instruction in some or all of the subjects taught in them.
  • Paula Paula took the surface car home, because the day was so rare and the crowd was still downward bent.
  • Pearlie Oh, I thought I'd look at a couple of little dresses for Pearlie .
  • purls As the dinner proceeds from delicate course to course, and the wines of varying hue sparkle and flow, so the conversation purls along-a gentle, continuous stream.
  • PL It is common to see men of all ages with a very sparse growth of hair on the upper lip or chin, and one of 50 years in Bontoc has a fairly heavy 4-inch growth of gray hair on his chin and throat; he is shown in Pl .
  • PYLE Here, in this volume, they are gathered together for the first time, perhaps not just as Mr. Pyle would have done, but with a completeness and appreciation of the real value of the material which the author's modesty might not have permitted.
  • POOLE Dr. Poole came from Salem, Mass.
  • purer He will see, in the earnest intensity of his feeling and the sincerity of his expression, a spirit akin to the purer kinds of religious fervour in modern times.
  • pules
  • paler So earth turns paler When Storm the sailor – Four Songs Of Four Seasons by Algernon Charles Swinburne
  • Pelee
  • inter-blending

27 words made from the letters PURLE

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