5 letter words starting with pl

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  • PLAAS
  • PLACE
  • PLACK
  • PLAGA
  • PLAGE
  • PLAID
  • PLAIG
  • PLAIN
  • PLAIT
  • PLANC
  • PLANE
  • PLANH
  • PLANK
  • PLANS
  • PLANT
  • PLAPS
  • PLASH
  • PLASM
  • PLAST
  • PLATE
  • PLATS
  • PLATT
  • PLATY
  • PLAUD
  • PLAUR
  • PLAVS
  • PLAYA
  • PLAYS
  • PLAZA
  • PLEAD
  • PLEAS
  • PLEAT
  • PLEBE
  • PLEBS
  • PLECK
  • PLEEP
  • PLEIN
  • PLENA
  • PLENE
  • PLENO
  • PLEON
  • PLESH
  • PLETS
  • PLEWS
  • PLEXI
  • PLICA
  • PLIED
  • PLIER
  • PLIES
  • PLIGS
  • PLIMS
  • PLING
  • PLINK
  • PLIPS
  • PLISH
  • PLOAT
  • PLOCE
  • PLOCK
  • PLODS
  • PLOIT
  • PLOMB
  • PLONG
  • PLONK
  • PLOOK
  • PLOOT
  • PLOPS
  • PLORE
  • PLOTS
  • PLOTZ
  • PLOUK
  • PLOUT
  • PLOWS
  • PLOWT
  • PLOYE
  • PLOYS
  • PLUCK
  • PLUDS
  • PLUES
  • PLUFF
  • PLUGS
  • PLUKE
  • PLUMB
  • PLUME
  • PLUMP
  • PLUMS
  • PLUMY
  • PLUNG
  • PLUNK
  • PLUOT
  • PLUPS
  • PLUSH
  • PLUTE
  • PLUTO
  • PLUTY
  • PLYER

Sometimes the solution is an uncommon word, then It’s time to learn something new. Here’s the definition of a few of these words:

Definition of plead

plead (verb)

  1. To present (an argument or a plea), especially in a legal case.
  2. To beg, beseech, or implore.
  3. To offer by way of excuse.
  4. To discuss by arguments.

Definition of pleas

pleas (noun)

  1. An appeal, petition, urgent prayer or entreaty.
  2. An excuse; an apology.
  3. That which is alleged or pleaded, in defense or in justification.
  4. That which is alleged by a party in support of his cause.
  5. An allegation of fact in a cause, as distinguished from a demurrer.
  6. The defendant’s answer to the plaintiff’s declaration and demand.
  7. A cause in court; a lawsuit; as, the Court of Common Pleas.

pleas (verb)

  1. To plead; to argue.



Definition of plica

plica (noun)

  1. A fold or crease, especially of skin or other tissue.
  2. Polish plait, plica polonica, or plica neuropatica: a disease of the hair in which it becomes twisted and matted together.
  3. A diseased state in plants in which there is an excessive development of small entangled twigs, instead of ordinary branches.
  4. The bend of the wing of a bird.
  5. A neume, in the form of a tail at the end of a ligature, indicating an additional note.