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LETTER P
 pabulum
 
1000    
food, aliment
 pace
 
1000    
step
 pacha
 
1000    
turkish governor
 pachydermatous
 
1000    
thick-skinned
 pacific
 
1000    
conciliatory, appeasing, mild, peace-making
 pacification
 
1000    
tranquillization, reconciliation, reconcilement, accommodation, appeasement
 pacificator
 
1000    
peacemaker
 pacify
 
1000    
conciliate, appease, give peace to, restore harmony to, tranquillize
 pacing
 
1000    
pace, amble
 pack
 
1000    
bundle, package, budget, parcel, packet, bale
 package
 
1000    
bundle, budget, parcel, pack, bale
 packet
 
1000    
package
 packfong
 
1000    
german silver, white copper, chinese alloy
 pact
 
1000    
compact, contract, agreement, league, bond, alliance, bargain, covenant, stipulation, convention, concordant
 pad
 
1000    
horse, saddle-horse, easy-paced horse, padnag
 paddy
 
1000    
pat, milesian, hibernian, irishman, son of erin, teague
 padishah
 
1000    
shah
 paean
 
1000    
triumphal song, jubilation, peanism
 pagan
 
1000    
heathen, gentile, idolater
 paganism
 
1000    
heathenism
 page
 
1000    
boy-servant, serving-boy
 pageant
 
1000    
spectacle, show, display, parade
 pageantry
 
1000    
show, display, parade, pomp, state, splendor, magnificence, flourish, showing off
 pagoda
 
1000    
east indian temple
 pagodite
 
1000    
agalmatolite, figurestone, lardite
 paillasse
 
1001    
straw bed, palliasse
 pain
 
1000    
penalty, punishment
 painful
 
1000    
tormenting, torturing, agonizing, racking, distressing, distressful, excruciating
 painfully
 
1000    
with pain
 pains
 
1000    
labor, care, trouble, toilsome effort, task
 painstaking
 
1000    
laborious, sedulous, diligent, industrious, careful, plodding, assiduous, strenuous, hard-working, persevering, sparing no pains
 paint
 
1000    
represent
 painting
 
1000    
coloring
 pair
 
1000    
two
 pakfong
 
1000    
packfong
 palace
 
1000    
stately mansion
 paladin
 
1000    
knight-errant, champion, hero
 palatable
 
1000    
savory, agreeable, enjoyable, gustable, flavorous, tasteful, pleasant, delicious, nice, luscious, delicate
 palate
 
1000    
roof of the mouth
 palatial
 
1000    
stately, magnificent, splendid
 palaver
 
1000    
twaddle, chatter, balderdash, rigmarole, gibberish, stuff, trash, fudge, nonsense, platitude, moonshine, wish-wash, flummery, jargon, senseless prate, frothy discourse, idle talk
 pale
 
1000    
white, pallid, wan, ashy, whitish, colorless
 paleology
 
1000    
archaeology
 palfrey
 
1000    
saddle-horse, riding-horse
 paling
 
1000    
fence
 palingenesis
 
1000    
palingenesy, regeneration, second birth, new birth
 palinode
 
1000    
poetical recantation
 pall
 
1000    
cloak, mantle, outer garment
 palladium
 
1000    
bulwark, safeguard, security
 palliasse
 
1000    
straw-bed, paillasse
 palliate
 
1000    
extenuate, excuse, gloss, apologize for, lessen, cover, cloak, hide, conceal
 palliation
 
1001    
extenuation
 palliative
 
1000    
lenitive
 pallid
 
1000    
wan, pale, whitish, ashy, colorless, cadaverous
 palling
 
1001    
nauseating, loathsome, sickening
 pallor
 
1000    
paleness, wanness, pallidness, pallidity
 palm
 
1000    
token of victory, prize, crown, laurel, bays, trophies
 palm-sugar
 
1000    
jaggery, jagghery
 palmer
 
1000    
pilgrim, crusader
 palmetto
 
1000    
cabbage-tree
 palmigrade
 
1000    
plantigrade
 palmiped
 
1000    
web-footed
 palmistry
 
1000    
chiromancy
 palmy
 
1000    
palm-producing, palmiferous
 palpable
 
1000    
tangible, tactile, material, corporeal
 palpi
 
1000    
feelers
 palpitate
 
1000    
pulsate, throb, flutter, beat rapidly, go pit-a-pat
 palpitation
 
1000    
throbbing, fluttering, beating, pulsation, throb
 palsgrave
 
1000    
count palatine, count of the palace
 palsy
 
1000    
paralysis
 palter
 
1000    
equivocate, shuffle, dodge, haggle, shift, quibble, evade, prevaricate, trifle
 paltry
 
1000    
small, little, diminutive, inconsiderable, insignificant, unimportant, petty, miserable, wretched, slight, slender, feeble, trifling, trivial, of no consequence, of no importance
 paludal
 
1000    
marshy, boggy, fenny, swampy
 pamper
 
1000    
feed to excess, feed luxuriantly
 pamphlet
 
1000    
brochure
 panacea
 
1000    
catholicon, cure-all, panpharmacon, universal medicine, universal remedy
 pancake
 
1000    
fritter
 pandemonium
 
1000    
hell
 pander
 
1000    
procurer, pimp, male bawd
 pandit
 
1000    
pundit
 panegyric
 
1000    
eulogy, eulogium, encomium, tribute of praise
 panegyrize
 
1000    
praise, extol, eulogize
 panel
 
1000    
array, body of jurors
 pang
 
1000    
pain, throe, twinge, gripe, distress
 pangolin
 
1000    
manis, scaly ant-eater
 panic
 
1000    
fright, affright, alarm, terror, consternation, sudden fear
 panic-stricken
 
1000    
dismayed, terrified, horrified, appalled, frightened, horror-struck
 panicle
 
1000    
compound raceme
 panoply
 
1000    
armor, suit of armor
 pant
 
1000    
puff, gasp, blow, breathe hard, lose breath
 pantaloons
 
1000    
trousers
 pantomime
 
1000    
dumb show, mute action
 pantophagous
 
1000    
omnivorous, all-devouring
 pap
 
1000    
nipple, teat, dug, papilla
 papa
 
1000    
father
 papacy
 
1000    
popedom
 papal
 
1000    
popish
 papaver
 
1000    
poppy
 papaverous
 
1000    
poppy-like
 paper
 
1000    
document, writing, written instrument

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