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Correct spellings for PUTED

  • muted Seem strangely muted Ordinary acts of fun have been diluted – In Your Memory by depeche mode
  • parted So, in the court-yard of the Wild Man, they parted.
  • pasted
  • pate My first is the same as my second, my third may be cracked, my whole is like your pate.
  • pied And she thought of the children and of the Pied Piper.
  • pitted The boys of one neighborhood are always pitted against those of an adjoining neighborhood, or of one end of the town against those of the other end.
  • posted And our Capt'n posted some on us at top of cellar steps and led the rest on us up the stairs to a kind o' tallet where thuck machine-gun was.
  • potted Again, periods in summer and autumn may be so hot and dry that even potted plants can only be kept alive by repeated waterings.
  • pouter I quite agree with you; our pouter-pigeon serves the public far more effectually than do the cabineteers, or even the bishops.
  • put I mean to put an end to it."
  • putrid His mind is in a putrid state!
  • putt What have 'ee putt i' the 'buss?
  • puttee "But," he said, "the string of my puttee had been driven in so far by the shot I couldn't find it to get the thing off, so I had to bandage over it."
  • putter For two cents I'd break this putter over your head."
  • reputed Story was reputed to be a Republican, but he disappointed all expectations by becoming a stanch supporter of nationalist doctrines and only second to Marshall in his influence upon the development of American constitutional law.
  • ted I have a mighty dim idea where its Northern border is sit-u-a-ted.
  • Deputed "I am deputed, sir," he said coolly addressing the Marquis, "to make you aware of something which you do not seem to know; your face and person generally are a source of annoyance to every one here, and to me in particular.
  • Duped That all the wits, except Addison, were duped by the irony, is quite impossible.
  • Panted "Thank you, Gubb," he panted.
  • Patted They patted him on the back and told him he did right.
  • Pelted Two days later, at sunset, a child watching a little below the hermit's spring saw him limp back to it and drink and seat himself again at the entrance of the cave; and pelted down to the village with the news.
  • Petted Warmed and fed, petted and surrounded by luxury, she looked a totally different creature from the wild, defiant girl who had pushed past Audrey in order to have a hearty meal on New Year's Day.
  • Pitied Women were really much to be pitied.
  • Plated I take the liberty-You come back from a foreign country where you have been associating with triple-plated gentlemen, and then you expect your people, in order to please you, to change the very skins they live in; although they've fitted perfectly all these years!
  • Ported
  • Pouted
  • Prated He looked forward with a good deal of eagerness to that meeting of which Manuel prated.
  • Puked
  • Puled
  • Puttied
  • Spited
  • Spouted
  • Spurted
  • Pete
  • partied
  • PDT
  • opted
  • pupated
  • punted
  • outed
  • putted
  • agreed to do
  • keeping ones trap shut
  • keeping record
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