Synonyms ( P )

Pacify

( Verb )

We did all our best to pacify our father. 
Synonyms: 
Appease; Mitigate; Quench; Lull; Allay; Compose; Quiet; Assuage; Tranquillize 


Pain

( Noun )

Does not your laziness give pain to your parents? 
Synonyms: 
Throe; Pang; Ache; Grief; Distress; Throb; Agony 


Pardon

( Verb )

Pardon me for giving you the wrong information. 
Synonyms: 
Condone; Forgive; Absolve; Exonerate; Acquit; Excuse; Overlook 


Part

( Noun )
We spent a part of our holiday in France. 
Synonyms: 
Atom; Member; Portion; Share; Segment; Section; Particle; Fraction; Fragment; Piece


Partial

( Adjective )

Examiners were partial towards the pretty women students. 
Synonyms: 
Unfair; Incomplete; Limited; Biased; Inequitable; Restricted; Predisposed; One-sided


Passion

( Noun )

She was choking with passions
Synonyms: 
Love; Anger; Fury; Emotion; Fever; Desire; Excitement; Zeal; Fervor 


Passive

( Adjective )

In spite of my efforts to elicit an answer from the boy, he remained passive
Synonyms: 
Patient; Inert; Submissive; Resistant 


Paternal

( Adjective )

My paternal grand-father expired few days back. 
Synonyms: 
Careful; Fatherly; Patronizing; Kind-Hearted


Patience

( Noun )

She has no patience with those who are always grumbling. 
Synonyms: 
Forbearance; Passiveness; Sufferance; Resignation; Endurance; Fortitude; Calmness


Pause

( Noun )

The whole discussion went on without any pause
Synonyms: 
Respite; Interval; Break; Halt; Cessation; Intermission; Lull; Suspension; Stoppage; Wait


Peculiar

( Adjective )

This was the wedding dress peculiar to the 18th century tribes. 
Synonyms: 
Strange; Extraordinary; Remarkable; Odd; Queer; Unusual; Rare; Abnormal; Uncommon; Irregular; Singular 


Peevish

( Adjective )

The peevish nature of this politician is the biggest blocade for his progress. 
Synonyms: 
Acrimonious; Cantankerous; Captions; Childish; Churlish; Crusty; Fractions; Fretful; Ill-tempered; Petulant; Sulky; Sullen; Surly; Testy; Tetchy; Touchy


Perfect

( Adjective )

She is perfect in performance of his duties. 
Synonyms: 
Flawless; Faultless; Ideal; Consummation 


Permanent

( Adjective )

This is not my permanent address. 
Synonyms: 
Stable; Enduring; Constant; Everlasting; Steadfast; Lasting; Durable 


Permission

( Noun )

By whose permission did you enter this building? 
Synonym: 
Allowance; Leave; License; Permit; Liberty; Authority; Consent


Permit

( Verb )

Circumstances do not permit me to help you. 
Synonyms: 
Let; Allow; Agree; Authorize; Enable 


Persist

( Verb )

She persists in wearing that old-fashioned hat. 
Synonyms: 
Continue; Last; Remain; Stay; Endure; Insist; Preserve 


Persistent

( Adjective )

Persistent attacks of malayria resulted in his death. 
Synonyms: 
Ceaseless; Continuous; Unceasing; Unremitting 


Persuade

( Verb )

How can I persuade you of my sincerity? 
Synonyms: 
Allure; Urge; Lead; Incite; Entice; Coax; Convince; Incline; Move; Induce; Impel; Bring 


Physical

( Adjective )

It is physical impossibility to be in two places at the same time. 
Synonyms: 
Bodily; Carnal; Corporal; Somatic; Real; Visible


Pitiable

( Adjective )

His efforts to change the nature of his brother were nothing but pitiable attempts. 
Synonyms: 
Mournful; Moving; Grievous; Distressing; Sad; Doleful; Woeful; Sorrowful 


Placid

( Adjective )

Every thing is visible in this placid water. 
Synonyms: 
Calm; Collected; Composed; Cool; Even; Gently; Halcyon; Mild; Peaceful; Serene; Still; Tranquil; Undisturbed; Unexcitable; Untroubled


Plain

( Adjective )

After we engaged a guide, everything was a plain sailing. 
Synonyms: 
Clear; Evident; Obvious; Conspicuous; Apparent


Plead

( Verb )

He pleaded with his son to be less troublesome to his mother. 
Synonyms: 
Pray; Sue; Supplicate; Entreat 


Pleasant

( Adjective )

Make yourself pleasant to the visitors. 
Synonyms: 
Pleasing; Agreeable; Attractive; Enjoyable; Nice 


Pleasure

( Noun )

It gave me much pleasure to hear of your success. 
Synonyms: 
Delight; Enjoyment; Joy; Ecstasy


Plentiful

( Adjective )

To come out of this problem of scarcity of water, what we need is plentiful supply of river water at once. 
Synonyms: 
Abundant; Lavish; Replete; Luxuriant; Bountiful; Ample; Plenteous; Teeming; Sufficient 


Polished

( Adjective )

His polished speech failed to convince the people. 
Synonyms: 
Accomplished; Adept; Faultless; Fine; Impeccable; Skillful; Bright; Gleaming; Glossy; Cultivated; Finished;; Polite; Sophisticated; Refined; Shining; Elegant; Perfect; Pleasant


Polite

( Adjective )

Just a polite remark is enough to correct his mannerism. 
Synonyms: 
Elegant; Polished; Urbane; Genteel; Gallant; Courtly; Courteous; Civil; Complaisance; Chivalrous; Cultivated


Poor

( Adjective )

The poor little puppy had been abandoned. 
Synonyms: 
Hard up; Destitute; Meager; Unfortunate; Inferior; Under-privileged; Ordinary 


Possess

( Verb )

What possessed you to do that? 
Synonyms: 
Have; Command; Seize; Own; Hold; Obtain; Enjoy 


Possible

( Adjective )

Are you insured against all possible risks? 
Synonyms: 
Likely; Potential; Conceivable; Practicable; Feasible 


 

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