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play with fire to bring about danger by doing something in a reckless way.
playwright one who writes plays.
plaza a public square or open space in the center of a town. [2 definitions]
plea a serious or sincere call for help; appeal. [2 definitions]
plead to ask for something in a sincere or serious way. [2 definitions]
pleasant nice; pleasing. [2 definitions]
please to make content or give pleasure to; make happy. [4 definitions]
pleased made satisfied or happy.
pleasure a feeling of happiness, delight, or joy. [3 definitions]
pleat a flat, even fold that is sewn or pressed in cloth. [2 definitions]
pled a past tense and past participle of plead.
pledge a serious promise; vow. [7 definitions]
plentiful large in amount; more than enough.
plenty a full amount or supply.
plesiosaur an extinct marine reptile with limbs like paddles, a large flattened body, and a short tail. The plesiosaur lived millions of years ago.
pliers a tool that has a pair of jaws connected to handles and is used for holding, bending, or cutting things.
plod to move in a slow, tired, or heavy way. [2 definitions]
plop to drop in a heavy manner or with force. [3 definitions]
plot1 the story line or order of events in a book, play, or movie. [4 definitions]
plot2 a small piece of land.
plover a bird with a rounded body, a short tail, and a short bill. Plovers run along the sea shore in short starts and stops, looking for food. The killdeer is one of the many different kinds of plovers.