Words That Start With Pe: Explore Vocabulary and Enhance Your Lexicon

Discover a variety of words that start with “pe,” ranging from everyday vocabulary to more unique terms.

  1. Pea- a small, round seed or the seed-pod of the legume Pisum sativum.
  2. Peak- the pointed top of a mountain.
  3. Pear- a sweet fruit with a rounded shape narrowing towards the stem.
  4. Peat- decayed vegetation or organic matter used as fuel.
  5. Peck- to strike with a beak or pointed instrument.
  6. Pedal- a lever pressed by the foot to operate a machine or vehicle.
  7. Peddle- to sell goods door-to-door or in small quantities.
  8. Peek- to look quickly or furtively.
  9. Peel- to remove the outer covering or skin.
  10. Peep- to look through a small opening or from a concealed location.
  11. Peer- to look keenly or with difficulty at something.
  12. Peg- a pin or bolt, typically made of wood or metal, used to fasten things.
  13. Pelt- to throw a series of things rapidly.
  14. Pen- an instrument for writing or drawing with ink.
  15. Pend- to hang or suspend.
  16. Penny- a coin worth one cent.
  17. Pep- energy or high spirits.
  18. Pepper- a spicy seasoning obtained from dried peppercorns.
  19. Perch- a place where something rests or sits, especially a bird.
  20. Pest- an insect or small animal harmful to crops or inconvenient to humans.
  21. Pet- a domesticated animal kept for companionship or pleasure.
  22. Petal- a colored part of a flower.
  23. Pew- a long bench with a back, found in churches.
  24. Phase- a stage in a process of change or development.
  25. Phone- a device for transmitting voices over a distance.
  26. Photo- a photograph.
  27. Phrase- a small group of words that express a concept.
  28. Pick- to select from a number of alternatives.
  29. Piece- a portion of an object or of material.
  30. Pier- a platform on pillars extending from the shore over water.
  31. Pig- a domesticated mammal known for its stout body and snout.
  32. Pike- a long spear or a type of fish.
  33. Pile- a stack or heap of objects.
  34. Pill- a small tablet or capsule of medicine.
  35. Pilot- a person who operates the controls of an aircraft.
  36. Pin- a small, slender, often pointed piece of metal used to secure things.
  37. Pine- a type of tree with needle-like leaves.
  38. Pink- a pale red color.
  39. Pint- a unit of liquid capacity equal to half a quart.
  40. Pipe- a tube through which liquids or gases can flow.
  41. Pit- a large hole in the ground.
  42. Pitch- the quality of a sound governed by the rate of vibrations producing it.
  43. Pity- the feeling of sorrow and compassion caused by the suffering and misfortunes of others.
  44. Pixel- the smallest discrete component of an image or picture on a digital display.
  45. Pizza- a dish of Italian origin consisting of a flat base of dough baked with a topping of tomato sauce and cheese.
  46. Place- a particular position, point, or area in space.
  47. Plain- not decorated or elaborate; simple.
  48. Plan- a detailed proposal for doing or achieving something.
  49. Plane- a flat surface or a level of existence.
  50. Plank- a long, thin, flat piece of timber.
  51. Plant- a living organism that grows in the ground, typically with roots, a stem, and leaves.
  52. Plaque- an ornamental tablet, typically of metal, porcelain, or wood, that is fixed to a wall or other surface.
  53. Plasma- the colorless fluid part of blood, lymph, or milk, in which corpuscles or fat globules are suspended.
  54. Plastic- a synthetic material made from a wide range of organic polymers.
  55. Plate- a flat dish from which food is eaten or served.
  56. Play- engage in activity for enjoyment and recreation.
  57. Plaza- a public square, marketplace, or similar open space in a built-up area.
  58. Plea- a request made in an urgent and emotional manner.
  59. Plead- to argue a case in a court of law.
  60. Please- cause to feel happy and satisfied.
  61. Pleat- a type of fold formed by doubling fabric back upon itself.
  62. Pledge- a solemn promise or undertaking.
  63. Plenty- a large or sufficient amount.
  64. Pliers- a tool used for gripping or bending objects.
  65. Plot- a plan made in secret by a group of people to do something illegal or harmful.
  66. Plow- a large farming implement with one or more blades, used to turn over the soil.
  67. Plug- a device for making an electrical connection.
  68. Plum- a fruit with a single hard stone, typically with juicy flesh.
  69. Plump- having a full rounded shape.
  70. Plunge- to jump or dive quickly and energetically.
  71. Pocket- a small bag sewn into clothing to carry small items.
  72. Poem- a piece of writing that partakes of the nature of both speech and song.
  73. Point- a tapered, sharp end of a tool.
  74. Poke- to jab or prod.
  75. Polar- relating to the North or South Pole.
  76. Pole- a long, slender piece of wood or metal.
  77. Policy- a proposed or adopted course or principle of action.
  78. Polish- to make the surface of something smooth and shiny by rubbing it.
  79. Polite- showing good manners toward others.
  80. Poll- a process of voting in an election.
  81. Polo- a game played on horseback between two teams, using mallets to hit a ball.
  82. Pond- a small body of still water.
  83. Pony- a small horse.
  84. Pool- a small area of still water.
  85. Pop- make a sudden, sharp, explosive sound.
  86. Pope- the bishop of Rome and head of the Roman Catholic Church.
  87. Porch- a covered shelter projecting in front of the entrance of a building.
  88. Pore- to read or study intently.
  89. Pork- the flesh of a pig used as food.
  90. Port- a town or city with a harbor where ships load or unload.
  91. Pose- to assume a particular attitude or stance, especially with the hope of being photographed.
  92. Posh- elegant or stylishly luxurious.
  93. Post- a long, sturdy piece of timber or metal set upright in the ground.
  94. Pot- a container, typically round, of earthenware, metal, or glass, used for storing or cooking food.
  95. Pouch- a small, flexible bag typically secured with a zip.
  96. Pound- a unit of weight in general use equal to 16 ounces.
  97. Pour- to flow or cause to flow in a steady stream.
  98. Powder- fine, loose particles of ground substance.
  99. Power- the ability or capacity to do something or act in a particular way.
  100. Petal- any of the segments of the corolla of a flower.

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