Cupel, kū′pel, n. a small vessel used by goldsmiths in assaying precious metals.
Carpel, kr′pel, n. a modified leaf forming the whole or part of the pistil of a flower.
Then there was the pel, a post or tree stump, six feet high.
pel Frost, then, must have overheard his wife's storm of reproaches, perhaps even her threats of violence.
pel was a general favorite in half a dozen villages, where he was the life of the loafers' bench.
"I shall have to put down my foot agin," he said to himself on the eventful morning when pel presented him with the basket.
pelvis, pel′vis, n. the bony cavity at the lower end of the trunk, forming the lower part of the abdomen.
He was born at pel´la, a city of Macedon, three hundred and fifty-six years before Christ.
Per la vergogna mia, pel mio doloreLa trista verit—vi dissi, ahim!
pel pome che a te già, Regina, piacque, Quando lasciasti pria nostro orizzonte.