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  • adder In returning to the camping-place I nearly trod on a large puff-adder; this I killed with a stone.
  • cider I called for some cheese-cakes, and a bottle of cider, and at last began to ask her about marrying me.
  • coder
  • eider Supper over, he collected a quantity of the strewn fleece of the silk-cotton; and, placing it between two of the great buttress-like root-spurs of the tree, constructed for himself a couch on which, but for some hard thoughts within, he might have slept as softly and soundly as upon a bed of eider.
  • oder And what become of Jenny, Nancy, Polly, and all de oder cows, and de pigs and de poultry?
  • order Now I got a funny feeling which I bought mail order From a man in a tee pee in California Said he once was a great game show performer Then he blew all his money away – On Your Own by blur
  • pacer And rain, the heaviest you can meet, is a lively companion when the resolute pacer scorns discomfort of wet clothes and squealing boots.
  • pad I'm gonna find me a groovy little hippie pad I work a hundred grand scam from a border town Well, I'll be feeling glad – Groovy Little Hippie Pad by zz top
  • paddy Well, Paddy, I think you was to blame, and your master, too, for he ought to have taught you how to go about these affairs, and not beat you so.
  • padre What news do you bring us, Senhor Padre?
  • pager Switch it off, yo, hit me in the pager A real teen-ager – Not Too Young, Not Too Old by Aaron Carter
  • pander Congreve was, I fancy, a man of better morality than his characters, only forced to pander to the tastes of the rake who had composed the dominant element of his audience.
  • paper Can't keep up with the news but I get that daily paper N you's a daily hater cause my foot game is major – Get To That Paper by Ludacris
  • parer He can dispense with an apple-parer and a reaping-machine.
  • pate The plans, little and great, Which came into the Chevalier Hippolyte's pate – Black Mousquetaire, The : A Legend of France by Richard Harris Barham
  • patter The singing ceased, and there was the patter of feet on the stair.
  • payer
  • pd
  • peer And, supercilious, peer In shanties by the sides of roads; And then a quarry pare To fit its sides, and crawl between, – I like to see it lap the miles, by Emily Dickinson
  • pert
  • pet A secretary is not a pet, Nor an erector set. – A Secretary Is Not A Toy by Unknown Author
  • peter So you thought she'd be sweeter than your girlfriend Peter Well give it a second chance cause you've yet to meet her – Chinese Arithmetic by faith no more
  • pewter The bottoms of bottles, two or three tea-cups without handles, and the same number of pewter mugs, served for glasses.
  • pied
  • pier Cases should be marked with a red cross, and sent per S.S. Invicta, Admiralty Pier, Dover.
  • piper They called him Little Billie Piper.
  • pod The Englishman does not want his peas messed up with grease and vinegar, and though he will be too polite to say so, he will silently agree with his plain cook who says that peas served in the pod is a dish only fit for pigs and what she has never been accustomed to; while the German will get quite dejected over the everlasting plain boiled cabbage and potatoes he is offered week after week in his English boarding-house.
  • poet Now, both these things were true, for because I had fallen in love I had also turned poet; as, I suppose, every lover must.
  • poker "Nothing sets me up like a game of poker, old man.
  • ponder Instead of which I saw you take that miserable letter once more in your hand, sit and ponder over it without a thought or look for me.
  • porter The whole palace will know to-morrow that you beat down the porter to force your way in.
  • poser Ah, this is a poser.
  • potter If Potter blows up they'll quiet down to enjoy it and then do it again pretty soon.
  • pouter And appealing to Magnelius Grandcourt, who stood pursing his thick lips, puffed out like a surprised pouter pigeon: Your daughter Catherine has more than I ask; why do you let her have what you consider bad for me?
  • powder The Frenchman stared and exclaimed, "What has the powder done?
  • powdery Ankle-deep in the powdery sand, we entered the little town with its business row facing the water front.
  • power "All power has been given to me," He said, "in heaven and on earth."
  • putter Aside from the fact that his putter seems just a trifle long, I should have to give up my guess and take my defeat like a man.
  • rider In less than five minutes after, the rider and his guide stood before the door.
  • seder
  • spider
  • udder
  • wader
  • Hider
  • Ryder Photo courtesy of Louise McNair Ryder.
  • Prier
  • Pete
  • Nader
  • Powders
  • VADER
  • odder
  • wider
  • ruder
  • purer Here, with her poor body broken and torn, her spirit, the purer for her physical pain, confronted him, shamed him, stretched like a flaming sword before the mean paths that his own soul would follow.
  • paler
  • piker "Wait till I find the gem-the one about Piker," she cried.
  • abusive e-mail message
  • accroached
  • agreed to do
  • agreed up on
  • am a quandary
  • am of the opinion
  • gets on soapbox for
  • plays part of
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