plas


plas
plas·mic;
plas·min;
plas·min·o·gen;
Plas·mo·chin;
plas·mo·cy·to·ma;
plas·mode;
plas·mo·des·ma;
plas·mo·di·al;
plas·mo·di·a·sis;
plas·mo·di·cide;
plas·mo·dieresis;
plas·mo·di·idae;
plas·mo·di·o·carp;
plas·mo·di·oph·o·ra;
plas·mo·di·oph·o·ra·ce·ae;
plas·mo·di·oph·o·ra·les;
plas·mo·di·trophoblast;
plas·mo·di·um;
plas·mod·ro·ma;
plas·mog·a·my;
plas·mog·o·ny;
plas·mol·y·sis;
plas·mo·lyt·ic;
plas·mo·lyz·ability;
plas·mo·lyz·able;
plas·mo·lyze;
plas·mop·a·ra;
plas·moph·a·gous;
plas·mop·ty·sis;
plas·mo·quine;
plas·mo·some;
plas·mot·o·my;
plas·tein;
plas·te·line;
plas·ter·er;
plas·ter·i·ness;
plas·tery;

English syllables. 2014.

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