List23-24 - Popular a. Populate vt. Pore n. Porous a....

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Path n. Pathology n. Patriot n. Patrol v. Patron n. Patronage n. Patronizing a. Pattern n./vt. Pave vt. Peak n./a. Pebble n. Peculiar a. Pedagogy n. Pendant n. Penetrate v. Penicillin n. Perceive vt. Perceptive a. Percussion n. Perfect a./vt.
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Perform vt. Perfume n. Periodic a. Peripheral a. Perish vi. Perishable a./n. Permanent a. Permeate v. Permit vt./n. Perpetuate vt. Persist vi. Personal a. Personality n. Personnel n. Perspective n. Persuasive a. Pertain vi. Pertinent a. Pervasive a.
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Pesticide n. Petroleum n. Pharmacy n. Phase n. Phenomenon n. Pheromone n. Philosophy n. Photodissociation n. Photography n. Photosynthesis n. Physical a./n. Physician n. Physiology n. Pictorial a. Pierce vt. Pigeon n. Pigment n. Pilot n./a. Pine n. Pinpoint vt.
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Pioneer n./vt. Pipe n. Piracy n. Pit n./vt. Pitch n. Pivotal a. Plain a./n. Planet n. Plank n. Plankton n. Plasma n. Plaster n./vt. Plate n. Plateau n. Platitude n. Plausible a. Playwright n. Pliable a. Plight n. Plot n./vt.
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Plow n./vt. Plump a. Plunge v. Pointed a. Polar a. Pole n. Policy n. Polish vt./n. Politics n. Pollen n. Pollinate vt. Pollutant n. Polygon n. Ponderous a.
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Unformatted text preview: Popular a. Populate vt. Pore n. Porous a. Portable a. Portion n. Portrait n. Portray vt. Pose n./vt. Posit vt. Position n./vt. Positive a. Possess vt. Poster n. Postpone vt. Postulate vt. Potassium n. Potential a./n. Potter n. Pound vt./n. Poverty n. Powder n. Practical a. Practically ad. Prairie n. Precede v. Precious a. Precipitate v./vi. Precise a. Precursor n. Predator n. Predecessor n. Predict vt. Predominantly ad. Predominate vi. Preferable a. Preference n. Prehistoric a. Preliminary a. Preponderance n. Prerequisite n. Prescribe vt. Prescription n. Preserve vt. Presidency n. President n. Press n./v. Pressure n. Prestige n. Prestigious a. Pretension n. Pretentious a. Prevail vi. Prevailing a. Prevalent a. Previous a. Prey n./vi. Primal a. Primary a. Primate n. Prime a. Primitive a. Principal a. Principle n. Prior ad./a. Priority n. Privilege vt. Prize vt./n. Probe vt./n. Procedure n. Proceed vi. Process n./vt....
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