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Pacific the largest ocean in the world. It lies between North America and Asia in the north, and South America and Australia in the south; Pacific Ocean.
Pacific Ocean the largest ocean in the world, separating Asia and North America, and Australia and South America, and extending to Antarctic; Pacific.
pacify to calm or bring back peace of mind to.
-pack a suffix that means a package containing that number of items.
pack1 a group of things arranged together in a container; package. [8 definitions]
package an object or bundle that is packed, wrapped, or boxed; bundle. [3 definitions]
packet a small bundle or parcel.
pact an agreement or a sworn promise. [2 definitions]
pad1 a piece of soft material used as cushioning for protection or comfort. [7 definitions]
paddle an oar with a wide, flat blade and long handle. A paddle is used with both arms for moving a small boat through the water. A paddle is not attached to the boat. [4 definitions]
paddle wheel a wheel that has boards or paddles fixed at right angles around it. A paddle wheel is used to move a river steamboat.
paddock a field surrounded by a fence, near a barn. Animals graze or exercise in a paddock. [2 definitions]
paddy a flooded field for growing rice.
padlock a lock with a bar shaped like a U used to fasten doors, boxes, or cables. One end of the bar moves on a hinge. The other end of the bar is slipped through a ring before being snapped into the body of the lock. [2 definitions]
pagan a person who practices a religion that worships many gods. [2 definitions]
page1 one side of a sheet of printed or written paper. [2 definitions]
page2 a young person who worked as a servant for a person such as a king. [3 definitions]
pageant a public show about events in history or legend.
pagoda a religious temple of Asia that has curved roof lines at each of its many stories.
paid past tense and past participle of pay.
pail a container with steep sides and a handle; bucket. [2 definitions]