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Peavy

ˈpiːvi

Meanings of Peavy:

noun

A lumberer's cant hook with a spike at the end.

Meanings of Peba:

noun

A long-nosed armadillo of the genus dasypus; especially the nine-banded armadillo, d. novemcinctus.

Meanings of Pebble:

noun

A small stone made smooth and round by the action of water or sand.

Usage examples:

A narrow pebble beach
adjective

(of a spectacle lens) very thick and convex.

Usage examples:

Pebble glasses

Meanings of Pebbled:

adjective

Formed from or covered with small, smooth, round stones

Usage examples:

A pebbled beach, a pebbled courtyard, a pebbled glass door

Meanings of Pebblehearted:

adjective

Hard-hearted, stony-hearted.

Pebbles

ˈpɛb(ə)l

Meanings of Pebbles:

noun

A small stone made smooth and round by the action of water or sand.

Usage examples:

A narrow pebble beach
adjective

(of a spectacle lens) very thick and convex.

Usage examples:

Pebble glasses

Meanings of Pebbling:

noun

The action of treating leather with a roller to produce a rough or indented surface, as if impressed by pebbles; the pattern itself. also in extended use: a similar texture or pattern on other surfaces.

Meanings of Pebrine:

noun

A disease of silkworms caused by the microsporidian parasite nosema bombycis, and characterized by the appearance of dark spots on the insect and the stunting of its growth. also "pébrine disease".

Pecan

piːˈkæn

Meanings of Pecan:

noun

A smooth pinkish-brown nut with an edible kernel similar to a walnut.

Usage examples:

Unroasted nuts such as almonds, cashews, pecans, brazil nuts, hazelnuts and walnuts make an ideal s…

Pecans

piːˈkæn

Meanings of Pecans:

noun

A smooth pinkish-brown nut with an edible kernel similar to a walnut.

Usage examples:

Unroasted nuts such as almonds, cashews, pecans, brazil nuts, hazelnuts and walnuts make an ideal s…

Meanings of Peccable:

adjective

Capable of sinning.

Usage examples:

We hold all mankind to be peccable

Meanings of Peccadillo:

noun

A relatively minor fault or sin.

Usage examples:

The sexual peccadilloes of celebrities aren't necessarily news

Peccadilloes

ˌpɛkəˈdɪləʊ

Meanings of Peccadilloes:

noun

A relatively minor fault or sin.

Usage examples:

The sexual peccadilloes of celebrities aren't necessarily news

Plural of peccadillo

Peccadillos

ˌpek.əˈdɪl.əʊ

Meanings of Peccadillos:

noun

A relatively minor fault or sin.

Usage examples:

The sexual peccadilloes of celebrities aren't necessarily news

Meanings of Peccant:

adjective

Having committed a fault or sin.

Usage examples:

The peccant officials fell on their knees

Meanings of Peccaries:

noun

A gregarious piglike mammal that is found from the south-western us to paraguay.

Usage examples:

From what scientists can tell, their preferred diet is deer and wild pigs called peccaries.

Peccary

ˈpek.ər.i

Meanings of Peccary:

noun

A gregarious piglike mammal that is found from the south-western us to paraguay.

Usage examples:

From what scientists can tell, their preferred diet is deer and wild pigs called peccaries.

Meanings of Peccavi:

exclamation

Used to express one's guilt.

Pech

pɛx

Meanings of Pech:

verb

Breathe hard or with difficulty; pant.

Usage examples:

By the time he reached the second floor, he was peching
noun

A gasping or laboured breath; a pant.

Usage examples:

A pech uphill takes us to the canal

Peched

pɛx

Meanings of Peched:

verb

Breathe hard or with difficulty; pant.

Usage examples:

By the time he reached the second floor, he was peching
noun

A gasping or laboured breath; a pant.

Usage examples:

A pech uphill takes us to the canal

Meanings of Peching:

verb

Breathe hard or with difficulty; pant.

Usage examples:

By the time he reached the second floor, he was peching
noun

A gasping or laboured breath; a pant.

Usage examples:

A pech uphill takes us to the canal

Meanings of Peck:

verb

(of a bird) strike or bite something with its beak.

Usage examples:

Two geese were pecking at some grain
noun

A stroke or bite by a bird with its beak.

Usage examples:

The bird managed to give its attacker a sharp peck

Meanings of Peck at:

phrasal verb

To eat small quantities of something without any enthusiasm

Pecked

pɛk

Meanings of Pecked:

verb

(of a bird) strike or bite something with its beak.

Usage examples:

Two geese were pecking at some grain
noun

A stroke or bite by a bird with its beak.

Usage examples:

The bird managed to give its attacker a sharp peck

Pecker

ˈpek.ər

Meanings of Pecker:

noun

A man's penis.

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