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From synhers...@apache.org
Subject [11/50] [abbrv] lucenenet git commit: Fixed bugs in KStemmer that were causing tests TestKStemmer.TestVocabulary and TestKStemmer.TestRandomStrings to fail.
Date Tue, 23 Aug 2016 23:18:04 GMT
http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/lucenenet/blob/87c185dc/src/Lucene.Net.Analysis.Common/Analysis/En/KStemData6.cs
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diff --git a/src/Lucene.Net.Analysis.Common/Analysis/En/KStemData6.cs b/src/Lucene.Net.Analysis.Common/Analysis/En/KStemData6.cs
index a057b58..b4a10dd 100644
--- a/src/Lucene.Net.Analysis.Common/Analysis/En/KStemData6.cs
+++ b/src/Lucene.Net.Analysis.Common/Analysis/En/KStemData6.cs
@@ -47,6 +47,707 @@ namespace Lucene.Net.Analysis.En
         private KStemData6()
         {
         }
-        internal static string[] data = new string[] { "pedant", "pedantic", "pedantry", "peddle", "peddler", "pederast", "pederasty", "pedestal", "pedestrian", "pediatrician", "pediatrics", "pedicab", "pedicel", "pedicure", "pedigree", "pediment", "pedlar", "pedometer", "pee", "peek", "peekaboo", "peel", "peeler", "peelings", "peep", "peeper", "peephole", "peepul", "peer", "peerage", "peeress", "peerless", "peeve", "peevish", "peewit", "peg", "pejorative", "pekinese", "pekingese", "pekoe", "pelagic", "pelf", "pelican", "pellagra", "pellet", "pellucid", "pelmet", "pelota", "pelt", "pelvic", "pelvis", "pemican", "pemmican", "pen", "penal", "penalise", "penalize", "penalty", "penance", "pence", "penchant", "pencil", "pendant", "pendent", "pending", "pendulous", "pendulum", "penetrate", "penetrating", "penetration", "penetrative", "penguin", "penicillin", "peninsula", "penis", "penitent", "penitential", "penitentiary", "penknife", "penmanship", "pennant", "penniless", "pennon", "penny"
 , "pennyweight", "pennywort", "penology", "pension", "pensionable", "pensioner", "pensive", "pentagon", "pentagram", "pentameter", "pentateuch", "pentathlon", "pentecost", "penthouse", "penultimate", "penumbra", "penurious", "penury", "peon", "peony", "people", "pep", "pepper", "peppercorn", "peppermint", "peppery", "pepsin", "peptic", "per", "peradventure", "perambulate", "perambulator", "perceive", "percentage", "percentile", "perceptible", "perception", "perceptive", "perch", "perchance", "percipient", "percolate", "percolator", "percussion", "percussionist", "perdition", "peregrination", "peremptory", "perennial", "perfect", "perfectible", "perfection", "perfectionist", "perfectly", "perfidious", "perfidy", "perforate", "perforation", "perforce", "perform", "performance", "performer", "perfume", "perfumier", "perfunctory", "pergola", "perhaps", "perigee", "perihelion", "peril", "perilous", "perimeter", "period", "periodic", "periodical", "periods", "peripatetic", "peripheral", "
 periphery", "periphrasis", "periphrastic", "periscope", "perish", "perishable", "perisher", "perishing", "peristyle", "peritonitis", "periwig", "periwinkle", "perjure", "perjurer", "perjury", "perk", "perky", "perm", "permafrost", "permanence", "permanency", "permanent", "permanganate", "permeable", "permeate", "permissible", "permission", "permissive", "permit", "permutation", "permute", "pernicious", "pernickety", "pernod", "peroration", "peroxide", "perpendicular", "perpetrate", "perpetual", "perpetuate", "perpetuity", "perplex", "perplexed", "perplexity", "perquisite", "perry", "persecute", "persecution", "perseverance", "persevere", "persevering", "persian", "persiflage", "persimmon", "persist", "persistence", "persistent", "persnickety", "person", "persona", "personable", "personage", "personal", "personalise", "personalities", "personality", "personalize", "personally", "personification", "personify", "personnel", "perspective", "perspex", "perspicacious", "perspiration", "pe
 rspire", "persuade", "persuasion", "persuasive", "pert", "pertain", "pertinacious", "pertinent", "perturb", "perturbation", "peruke", "peruse", "pervade", "pervasive", "perverse", "perversion", "perversity", "pervert", "peseta", "pesky", "peso", "pessary", "pessimism", "pessimist", "pest", "pester", "pesticide", "pestiferous", "pestilence", "pestilent", "pestle", "pet", "petal", "petaled", "petalled", "petard", "peterman", "petite", "petition", "petitioner", "petrel", "petrifaction", "petrify", "petrochemical", "petrol", "petroleum", "petrology", "petticoat", "pettifogging", "pettish", "petty", "petulant", "petunia", "pew", "pewit", "pewter", "peyote", "pfennig", "phaeton", "phagocyte", "phalanx", "phalarope", "phallic", "phallus", "phantasmagoria", "phantasmal", "phantasy", "phantom", "pharaoh", "pharisaic", "pharisee", "pharmaceutical", "pharmacist", "pharmacology", "pharmacopoeia", "pharmacy", "pharyngitis", "pharynx", "phase", "phd", "pheasant", "phenobarbitone", "phenol", "phen
 omenal", "phenomenally", "phenomenon", "phew", "phi", "phial", "philander", "philanthropic", "philanthropist", "philanthropy", "philatelist", "philately", "philharmonic", "philhellene", "philippic", "philistine", "philological", "philologist", "philology", "philosopher", "philosophical", "philosophise", "philosophize", "philosophy", "philter", "philtre", "phizog", "phlebitis", "phlebotomy", "phlegm", "phlegmatic", "phlox", "phobia", "phoenician", "phoenix", "phone", "phoneme", "phonemic", "phonemics", "phonetic", "phonetician", "phonetics", "phoney", "phonic", "phonics", "phonograph", "phonology", "phony", "phooey", "phosphate", "phosphorescence", "phosphorescent", "phosphoric", "phosphorus", "photo", "photocopier", "photocopy", "photoelectric", "photogenic", "photograph", "photographer", "photographic", "photography", "photosensitive", "photosensitize", "photostat", "photosynthesis", "phototsensitise", "phrasal", "phrase", "phrasebook", "phraseology", "phrenetic", "phrenology", "ph
 thisis", "phut", "phylloxera", "phylum", "physic", "physical", "physically", "physician", "physicist", "physics", "physio", "physiognomy", "physiology", "physiotherapy", "physique", "pianissimo", "pianist", "piano", "pianola", "piaster", "piastre", "piazza", "pibroch", "picador", "picaresque", "piccalilli", "piccaninny", "piccolo", "pick", "pickaback", "pickaninny", "pickax", "pickaxe", "picked", "picker", "pickerel", "picket", "pickings", "pickle", "pickled", "pickpocket", "picky", "picnic", "picnicker", "pictorial", "picture", "pictures", "picturesque", "piddle", "piddling", "pidgin", "pie", "piebald", "piece", "piecemeal", "pieces", "piecework", "piecrust", "pied", "pier", "pierce", "piercing", "pierrot", "piety", "piezoelectric", "piffle", "piffling", "pig", "pigeon", "pigeonhole", "piggery", "piggish", "piggy", "piggyback", "piggybank", "pigheaded", "piglet", "pigment", "pigmentation", "pigmy", "pignut", "pigskin", "pigsticking", "pigsty", "pigswill", "pigtail", "pike", "pikest
 aff", "pilaster", "pilau", "pilchard", "pile", "piles", "pileup", "pilfer", "pilferage", "pilgrim", "pilgrimage", "pill", "pillage", "pillar", "pillbox", "pillion", "pillock", "pillory", "pillow", "pillowcase", "pilot", "pimento", "pimp", "pimpernel", "pimple", "pin", "pinafore", "pincer", "pincers", "pinch", "pinchbeck", "pinched", "pinchpenny", "pincushion", "pine", "pineal", "pineapple", "pinecone", "pinewood", "piney", "ping", "pinhead", "pinion", "pink", "pinkeye", "pinkie", "pinkish", "pinko", "pinky", "pinnace", "pinnacle", "pinnate", "pinny", "pinpoint", "pinprick", "pinstripe", "pint", "pinta", "pintable", "pinup", "pinwheel", "piny", "pioneer", "pious", "piousness", "pip", "pipal", "pipe", "pipeline", "piper", "pipes", "pipette", "piping", "pipit", "pippin", "pipsqueak", "piquant", "pique", "piquet", "piracy", "piranha", "pirate", "pirouette", "piscatorial", "pish", "piss", "pissed", "pistachio", "pistil", "pistol", "piston", "pit", "pitch", "pitchblende", "pitcher", "pitc
 hfork", "piteous", "pitfall", "pith", "pithead", "pithy", "pitiable", "pitiful", "pitiless", "pitman", "piton", "pittance", "pituitary", "pity", "pivot", "pivotal", "pixie", "pixilated", "pixy", "pizza", "pizzicato", "placard", "placate", "place", "placebo", "placed", "placekick", "placement", "placenta", "placid", "placket", "plagarise", "plagarize", "plagiarism", "plague", "plaguey", "plaice", "plaid", "plain", "plainly", "plainsman", "plainsong", "plainspoken", "plaint", "plaintiff", "plaintive", "plait", "plan", "planchette", "planet", "planetarium", "planetary", "plangent", "plank", "planking", "plankton", "planner", "plant", "plantain", "plantation", "planter", "plaque", "plash", "plasma", "plaster", "plasterboard", "plastered", "plasterer", "plastering", "plastic", "plasticine", "plasticity", "plastics", "plastron", "plate", "plateau", "platelayer", "platform", "plating", "platinum", "platitude", "platonic", "platoon", "platter", "platypus", "plaudit", "plausible", "play", "p
 layable", "playback", "playbill", "playboy", "player", "playful", "playgoer", "playground", "playgroup", "playhouse", "playmate", "playpen", "playroom", "playsuit", "plaything", "playtime", "playwright", "plaza", "plea", "pleach", "plead", "pleading", "pleadings", "pleasant", "pleasantry", "please", "pleased", "pleasing", "pleasurable", "pleasure", "pleat", "pleb", "plebeian", "plebiscite", "plectrum", "pled", "pledge", "pleistocene", "plenary", "plenipotentiary", "plenitude", "plenteous", "plentiful", "plenty", "pleonasm", "plethora", "pleurisy", "plexus", "pliable", "pliant", "pliers", "plight", "plimsoll", "plinth", "pliocene", "plod", "plodder", "plonk", "plop", "plosive", "plot", "plough", "ploughboy", "ploughman", "ploughshare", "plover", "plow", "plowboy", "plowman", "plowshare", "ploy", "pluck", "plucky", "plug", "plughole", "plum", "plumage", "plumb", "plumbago", "plumber", "plumbing", "plume", "plumed", "plummet", "plummy", "plump", "plunder", "plunge", "plunger", "plunk",
  "pluperfect", "plural", "pluralism", "plurality", "pluribus", "plus", "plush", "plushy", "pluto", "plutocracy", "plutocrat", "plutonium", "ply", "plywood", "pneumatic", "pneumoconiosis", "pneumonia", "poach", "poacher", "pock", "pocked", "pocket", "pocketbook", "pocketful", "pocketknife", "pockmark", "pockmarked", "pod", "podgy", "podiatry", "podium", "poem", "poesy", "poet", "poetaster", "poetess", "poetic", "poetical", "poetry", "pogrom", "poignancy", "poignant", "poinsettia", "point", "pointed", "pointer", "pointillism", "pointless", "points", "pointsman", "poise", "poised", "poison", "poisonous", "poke", "poker", "pokerwork", "poky", "polack", "polar", "polarisation", "polarise", "polarity", "polarization", "polarize", "polaroid", "polaroids", "polder", "pole", "poleax", "poleaxe", "polecat", "polemic", "polemical", "polemics", "police", "policeman", "policewoman", "policy", "polio", "polish", "polisher", "politburo", "polite", "politic", "politicalise", "politicalize", "politi
 cian", "politicise", "politicize", "politicking", "politico", "politics", "polity", "polka", "poll", "pollard", "pollen", "pollinate", "polling", "pollster", "pollutant", "pollute", "pollution", "polly", "pollyanna", "polo", "polonaise", "polony", "poltergeist", "poltroon", "poly", "polyandrous", "polyandry", "polyanthus", "polyester", "polyethylene", "polygamist", "polygamous", "polygamy", "polyglot", "polygon", "polymath", "polymer", "polymorphous", "polyp", "polyphony", "polypus", "polystyrene", "polysyllable", "polytechnic", "polytheism", "polythene", "polyurethane", "pomade", "pomander", "pomegranate", "pomeranian", "pommel", "pommy", "pomp", "pompom", "pomposity", "pompous", "ponce", "poncho", "poncy", "pond", "ponder", "ponderous", "pone", "pong", "poniard", "pontiff", "pontifical", "pontificals", "pontificate", "pontoon", "pony", "ponytail", "pooch", "poodle", "poof", "pooh", "pool", "poolroom", "pools", "poop", "pooped", "poor", "poorhouse", "poorly", "poorness", "poove", "
 pop", "popadam", "popadum", "popcorn", "popery", "popgun", "popinjay", "popish", "poplar", "poplin", "poppa", "popper", "poppet", "poppy", "poppycock", "popshop", "popsy", "populace", "popular", "popularise", "popularity", "popularize", "popularly", "populate", "population", "populism", "populist", "populous", "porcelain", "porch", "porcine", "porcupine", "pore", "pork", "porker", "porky", "porn", "pornography", "porosity", "porous", "porphyry", "porpoise", "porridge", "porringer", "port", "portable", "portage", "portal", "portals", "portcullis", "portend", "portent", "portentous", "porter", "porterage", "porterhouse", "portfolio", "porthole", "portico", "portion", "portly", "portmanteau", "portrait", "portraitist", "portraiture", "portray", "portrayal", "pose", "poser", "poseur", "posh", "posit", "position", "positional", "positive", "positively", "positiveness", "positivism", "positron", "posse", "possess", "possessed", "possession", "possessive", "possessor", "posset", "possibili
 ty", "possible", "possibly", "possum", "post", "postage", "postal", "postbag", "postbox", "postcard", "postcode", "postdate", "poster", "posterior", "posterity", "postern", "postgraduate", "posthaste", "posthumous", "postilion", "postillion", "posting", "postman", "postmark", "postmaster", "postmortem", "postpaid", "postpone", "postprandial", "postscript", "postulant", "postulate", "posture", "postwar", "posy", "pot", "potable", "potash", "potassium", "potation", "potato", "potbellied", "potbelly", "potboiler", "potbound", "poteen", "potency", "potent", "potentate", "potential", "potentiality", "pothead", "pother", "potherb", "pothole", "potholing", "pothouse", "pothunter", "potion", "potluck", "potpourri", "potsherd", "potshot", "pottage", "potted", "potter", "potteries", "pottery", "potty", "pouch", "pouf", "pouffe", "poulterer", "poultice", "poultry", "pounce", "pound", "poundage", "pounding", "pour", "pout", "poverty", "powder", "powdered", "powdery", "power", "powerboat", "powe
 rful", "powerhouse", "powerless", "powers", "powwow", "pox", "pps", "practicable", "practical", "practicality", "practically", "practice", "practiced", "practise", "practised", "practitioner", "praesidium", "praetor", "praetorian", "pragmatic", "pragmatism", "prairie", "praise", "praises", "praiseworthy", "praline", "pram", "prance", "prank", "prankster", "prat", "prate", "pratfall", "prattle", "prawn", "praxis", "pray", "prayer", "preach", "preachify", "preamble", "prearrange", "prebend", "prebendary", "precarious", "precast", "precaution", "precede", "precedence", "precedent", "preceding", "precentor", "precept", "preceptor", "precession", "precinct", "precincts", "preciosity", "precious", "precipice", "precipitate", "precipitation", "precipitous", "precise", "precisely", "precision", "preclude", "precocious", "precognition", "preconceived", "preconception", "precondition", "precook", "precursor", "predator", "predatory", "predecease", "predecessor", "predestinate", "predestinatio
 n", "predestine", "predetermine", "predeterminer", "predicament", "predicate", "predicative", "predict", "predictable", "prediction", "predigest", "predilection", "predispose", "predisposition", "predominance", "predominant", "predominantly", "predominate", "preeminent", "preeminently", "preempt", "preemption", "preemptive", "preen", "preexist", "preexistence", "prefab", "prefabricate", "prefabricated", "preface", "prefatory", "prefect", "prefecture", "prefer", "preferable", "preference", "preferential", "preferment", "prefigure", "prefix", "pregnancy", "pregnant", "preheat", "prehensile", "prehistoric", "prehistory", "prejudge", "prejudice", "prejudiced", "prejudicial", "prelacy", "prelate", "prelim", "preliminary", "prelims", "preliterate", "prelude", "premarital", "premature", "premeditate", "premeditated", "premier", "premise", "premises", "premiss", "premium", "premonition", "premonitory", "prenatal", "prentice", "preoccupation", "preoccupied", "preoccupy", "preordain", "prep",
  "prepack", "preparation", "preparatory", "prepare", "prepared", "preparedness", "prepay", "preponderance", "preponderant", "preponderate", "preposition", "prepositional", "prepossessed", "prepossessing", "prepossession", "preposterous", "prepuce", "prerecord", "prerequisite", "prerogative", "presage", "presbyter", "presbyterian", "presbytery", "preschool", "prescient", "prescribe", "prescribed", "prescript", "prescription", "prescriptive", "presence", "present", "presentable", "presentation", "presenter", "presentiment", "presently", "presents", "preservable", "preservation", "preservative", "preserve", "preserver", "preset", "preshrunk", "preside", "presidency", "president", "presidential", "presidium", "press", "pressed", "pressgang", "pressing", "pressman", "pressmark", "pressure", "pressurise", "pressurize", "prestidigitation", "prestige", "prestigious", "prestissimo", "presto", "prestressed", "presumable", "presume", "presumption", "presumptive", "presumptuous", "presuppose", 
 "presupposition", "pretence", "pretend", "pretended", "pretender", "pretense", "pretension", "pretentious", "pretentiousness", "preterit", "preterite", "preternatural", "pretext", "pretor", "pretorian", "prettify", "prettily", "pretty", "pretzel", "prevail", "prevailing", "prevalent", "prevaricate", "prevent", "prevention", "preventive", "preview", "previous", "prevision", "prewar", "prey", "price", "priceless", "pricey", "prick", "prickle", "prickly", "pricy", "pride", "priest", "priesthood", "priestly", "prig", "priggish", "prim", "primacy", "primaeval", "primal", "primarily", "primary", "primate", "prime", "primer", "primeval", "priming", "primitive", "primogeniture", "primordial", "primp", "primrose", "primula", "primus", "prince", "princedom", "princely", "princess", "principal", "principality", "principally", "principle", "principled", "principles", "prink", "print", "printable", "printer", "printing", "printout", "prior", "priority", "priory", "prise", "prism", "prismatic", "
 prison", "prisoner", "prissy", "pristine", "prithee", "privacy", "private", "privateer", "privation", "privet", "privilege", "privileged", "privily", "privy", "prize", "prizefight", "prizeman", "pro", "probability", "probable", "probably", "probate", "probation", "probationer", "probe", "probity", "problem", "problematic", "proboscis", "procedural", "procedure", "proceed", "proceeding", "proceedings", "proceeds", "process", "procession", "processional", "proclaim", "proclamation", "proclivity", "proconsul", "proconsulate", "procrastinate", "procreate", "proctor", "procure", "procurer", "prod", "prodigal", "prodigious", "prodigy", "produce", "producer", "product", "production", "productive", "productivity", "proem", "prof", "profanation", "profane", "profanity", "profess", "professed", "professedly", "profession", "professional", "professionalism", "professor", "professorial", "professorship", "proffer", "proficient", "profile", "profit", "profitable", "profiteer", "profligacy", "pro
 fligate", "profound", "profundity", "profuse", "profusion", "progenitor", "progeny", "progesterone", "prognathous", "prognosis", "prognostic", "prognosticate", "prognostication", "program", "programer", "programmer", "progress", "progression", "progressive", "prohibit", "prohibition", "prohibitionist", "prohibitive", "prohibitory", "project", "projectile", "projection", "projectionist", "projector", "prolapse", "prole", "prolegomena", "proletarian", "proletariat", "proliferate", "proliferation", "prolific", "prolix", "prolog", "prologue", "prolong", "prolongation", "prolonged", "prom", "promenade", "promenader", "prominence", "prominent", "promiscuity", "promiscuous", "promise", "promising", "promontory", "promote", "promoter", "promotion", "prompt", "prompter", "promptness", "promulgate", "pron", "prone", "prong", "pronominal", "pronoun", "pronounce", "pronounceable", "pronounced", "pronouncement", "pronto", "pronunciamento", "pronunciation", "proof", "proofread", "prop", "propagan
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 ", "rubble", "rubdown", "rubella", "rubicon", "rubicund", "ruble", "rubric", "ruby", "ruck", "rucksack", "ruckus", "ruction", "ructions", "rudder", "ruddle", "ruddy", "rude", "rudely", "rudiment", "rudimentary", "rudiments", "rue", "rueful", "ruff", "ruffian", "ruffianly", "ruffle", "rug", "rugby", "rugged", "ruin", "ruination", "ruinous", "ruins", "rule", "rulebook", "ruler", "ruling", "rum", "rumba", "rumble", "rumbling", "rumbustious", "ruminant", "ruminate", "ruminative", "rummage", "rummy", "rumor", "rumored", "rumormonger", "rumour", "rumoured", "rumourmonger", "rump", "rumple", "rumpus", "run", "runaway", "rung", "runnel", "runner", "running", "runny", "runs", "runt", "runway" };
+        internal static string[] data = new string[] {
+            "pedant","pedantic","pedantry","peddle","peddler",
+            "pederast","pederasty","pedestal","pedestrian","pediatrician",
+            "pediatrics","pedicab","pedicel","pedicure","pedigree",
+            "pediment","pedlar","pedometer","pee","peek",
+            "peekaboo","peel","peeler","peelings","peep",
+            "peeper","peephole","peepul","peer","peerage",
+            "peeress","peerless","peeve","peevish","peewit",
+            "peg","pejorative","pekinese","pekingese","pekoe",
+            "pelagic","pelf","pelican","pellagra","pellet",
+            "pellucid","pelmet","pelota","pelt","pelvic",
+            "pelvis","pemican","pemmican","pen","penal",
+            "penalise","penalize","penalty","penance","pence",
+            "penchant","pencil","pendant","pendent","pending",
+            "pendulous","pendulum","penetrate","penetrating","penetration",
+            "penetrative","penguin","penicillin","peninsula","penis",
+            "penitent","penitential","penitentiary","penknife","penmanship",
+            "pennant","penniless","pennon","penny","pennyweight",
+            "pennywort","penology","pension","pensionable","pensioner",
+            "pensive","pentagon","pentagram","pentameter","pentateuch",
+            "pentathlon","pentecost","penthouse","penultimate","penumbra",
+            "penurious","penury","peon","peony","people",
+            "pep","pepper","peppercorn","peppermint","peppery",
+            "pepsin","peptic","per","peradventure","perambulate",
+            "perambulator","perceive","percentage","percentile","perceptible",
+            "perception","perceptive","perch","perchance","percipient",
+            "percolate","percolator","percussion","percussionist","perdition",
+            "peregrination","peremptory","perennial","perfect","perfectible",
+            "perfection","perfectionist","perfectly","perfidious","perfidy",
+            "perforate","perforation","perforce","perform","performance",
+            "performer","perfume","perfumier","perfunctory","pergola",
+            "perhaps","perigee","perihelion","peril","perilous",
+            "perimeter","period","periodic","periodical","periods",
+            "peripatetic","peripheral","periphery","periphrasis","periphrastic",
+            "periscope","perish","perishable","perisher","perishing",
+            "peristyle","peritonitis","periwig","periwinkle","perjure",
+            "perjurer","perjury","perk","perky","perm",
+            "permafrost","permanence","permanency","permanent","permanganate",
+            "permeable","permeate","permissible","permission","permissive",
+            "permit","permutation","permute","pernicious","pernickety",
+            "pernod","peroration","peroxide","perpendicular","perpetrate",
+            "perpetual","perpetuate","perpetuity","perplex","perplexed",
+            "perplexity","perquisite","perry","persecute","persecution",
+            "perseverance","persevere","persevering","persian","persiflage",
+            "persimmon","persist","persistence","persistent","persnickety",
+            "person","persona","personable","personage","personal",
+            "personalise","personalities","personality","personalize","personally",
+            "personification","personify","personnel","perspective","perspex",
+            "perspicacious","perspiration","perspire","persuade","persuasion",
+            "persuasive","pert","pertain","pertinacious","pertinent",
+            "perturb","perturbation","peruke","peruse","pervade",
+            "pervasive","perverse","perversion","perversity","pervert",
+            "peseta","pesky","peso","pessary","pessimism",
+            "pessimist","pest","pester","pesticide","pestiferous",
+            "pestilence","pestilent","pestle","pet","petal",
+            "petaled","petalled","petard","peterman","petite",
+            "petition","petitioner","petrel","petrifaction","petrify",
+            "petrochemical","petrol","petroleum","petrology","petticoat",
+            "pettifogging","pettish","petty","petulant","petunia",
+            "pew","pewit","pewter","peyote","pfennig",
+            "phaeton","phagocyte","phalanx","phalarope","phallic",
+            "phallus","phantasmagoria","phantasmal","phantasy","phantom",
+            "pharaoh","pharisaic","pharisee","pharmaceutical","pharmacist",
+            "pharmacology","pharmacopoeia","pharmacy","pharyngitis","pharynx",
+            "phase","phd","pheasant","phenobarbitone","phenol",
+            "phenomenal","phenomenally","phenomenon","phew","phi",
+            "phial","philander","philanthropic","philanthropist","philanthropy",
+            "philatelist","philately","philharmonic","philhellene","philippic",
+            "philistine","philological","philologist","philology","philosopher",
+            "philosophical","philosophise","philosophize","philosophy","philter",
+            "philtre","phizog","phlebitis","phlebotomy","phlegm",
+            "phlegmatic","phlox","phobia","phoenician","phoenix",
+            "phone","phoneme","phonemic","phonemics","phonetic",
+            "phonetician","phonetics","phoney","phonic","phonics",
+            "phonograph","phonology","phony","phooey","phosphate",
+            "phosphorescence","phosphorescent","phosphoric","phosphorus","photo",
+            "photocopier","photocopy","photoelectric","photogenic","photograph",
+            "photographer","photographic","photography","photosensitive","photosensitize",
+            "photostat","photosynthesis","phototsensitise","phrasal","phrase",
+            "phrasebook","phraseology","phrenetic","phrenology","phthisis",
+            "phut","phylloxera","phylum","physic","physical",
+            "physically","physician","physicist","physics","physio",
+            "physiognomy","physiology","physiotherapy","physique","pianissimo",
+            "pianist","piano","pianola","piaster","piastre",
+            "piazza","pibroch","picador","picaresque","piccalilli",
+            "piccaninny","piccolo","pick","pickaback","pickaninny",
+            "pickax","pickaxe","picked","picker","pickerel",
+            "picket","pickings","pickle","pickled","pickpocket",
+            "picky","picnic","picnicker","pictorial","picture",
+            "pictures","picturesque","piddle","piddling","pidgin",
+            "pie","piebald","piece","piecemeal","pieces",
+            "piecework","piecrust","pied","pier","pierce",
+            "piercing","pierrot","piety","piezoelectric","piffle",
+            "piffling","pig","pigeon","pigeonhole","piggery",
+            "piggish","piggy","piggyback","piggybank","pigheaded",
+            "piglet","pigment","pigmentation","pigmy","pignut",
+            "pigskin","pigsticking","pigsty","pigswill","pigtail",
+            "pike","pikestaff","pilaster","pilau","pilchard",
+            "pile","piles","pileup","pilfer","pilferage",
+            "pilgrim","pilgrimage","pill","pillage","pillar",
+            "pillbox","pillion","pillock","pillory","pillow",
+            "pillowcase","pilot","pimento","pimp","pimpernel",
+            "pimple","pin","pinafore","pincer","pincers",
+            "pinch","pinchbeck","pinched","pinchpenny","pincushion",
+            "pine","pineal","pineapple","pinecone","pinewood",
+            "piney","ping","pinhead","pinion","pink",
+            "pinkeye","pinkie","pinkish","pinko","pinky",
+            "pinnace","pinnacle","pinnate","pinny","pinpoint",
+            "pinprick","pinstripe","pint","pinta","pintable",
+            "pinup","pinwheel","piny","pioneer","pious",
+            "piousness","pip","pipal","pipe","pipeline",
+            "piper","pipes","pipette","piping","pipit",
+            "pippin","pipsqueak","piquant","pique","piquet",
+            "piracy","piranha","pirate","pirouette","piscatorial",
+            "pish","piss","pissed","pistachio","pistil",
+            "pistol","piston","pit","pitch","pitchblende",
+            "pitcher","pitchfork","piteous","pitfall","pith",
+            "pithead","pithy","pitiable","pitiful","pitiless",
+            "pitman","piton","pittance","pituitary","pity",
+            "pivot","pivotal","pixie","pixilated","pixy",
+            "pizza","pizzicato","placard","placate","place",
+            "placebo","placed","placekick","placement","placenta",
+            "placid","placket","plagarise","plagarize","plagiarism",
+            "plague","plaguey","plaice","plaid","plain",
+            "plainly","plainsman","plainsong","plainspoken","plaint",
+            "plaintiff","plaintive","plait","plan","planchette",
+            "planet","planetarium","planetary","plangent","plank",
+            "planking","plankton","planner","plant","plantain",
+            "plantation","planter","plaque","plash","plasma",
+            "plaster","plasterboard","plastered","plasterer","plastering",
+            "plastic","plasticine","plasticity","plastics","plastron",
+            "plate","plateau","platelayer","platform","plating",
+            "platinum","platitude","platonic","platoon","platter",
+            "platypus","plaudit","plausible","play","playable",
+            "playback","playbill","playboy","player","playful",
+            "playgoer","playground","playgroup","playhouse","playmate",
+            "playpen","playroom","playsuit","plaything","playtime",
+            "playwright","plaza","plea","pleach","plead",
+            "pleading","pleadings","pleasant","pleasantry","please",
+            "pleased","pleasing","pleasurable","pleasure","pleat",
+            "pleb","plebeian","plebiscite","plectrum","pled",
+            "pledge","pleistocene","plenary","plenipotentiary","plenitude",
+            "plenteous","plentiful","plenty","pleonasm","plethora",
+            "pleurisy","plexus","pliable","pliant","pliers",
+            "plight","plimsoll","plinth","pliocene","plod",
+            "plodder","plonk","plop","plosive","plot",
+            "plough","ploughboy","ploughman","ploughshare","plover",
+            "plow","plowboy","plowman","plowshare","ploy",
+            "pluck","plucky","plug","plughole","plum",
+            "plumage","plumb","plumbago","plumber","plumbing",
+            "plume","plumed","plummet","plummy","plump",
+            "plunder","plunge","plunger","plunk","pluperfect",
+            "plural","pluralism","plurality","pluribus","plus",
+            "plush","plushy","pluto","plutocracy","plutocrat",
+            "plutonium","ply","plywood","pneumatic","pneumoconiosis",
+            "pneumonia","poach","poacher","pock","pocked",
+            "pocket","pocketbook","pocketful","pocketknife","pockmark",
+            "pockmarked","pod","podgy","podiatry","podium",
+            "poem","poesy","poet","poetaster","poetess",
+            "poetic","poetical","poetry","pogrom","poignancy",
+            "poignant","poinsettia","point","pointed","pointer",
+            "pointillism","pointless","points","pointsman","poise",
+            "poised","poison","poisonous","poke","poker",
+            "pokerwork","poky","polack","polar","polarisation",
+            "polarise","polarity","polarization","polarize","polaroid",
+            "polaroids","polder","pole","poleax","poleaxe",
+            "polecat","polemic","polemical","polemics","police",
+            "policeman","policewoman","policy","polio","polish",
+            "polisher","politburo","polite","politic","politicalise",
+            "politicalize","politician","politicise","politicize","politicking",
+            "politico","politics","polity","polka","poll",
+            "pollard","pollen","pollinate","polling","pollster",
+            "pollutant","pollute","pollution","polly","pollyanna",
+            "polo","polonaise","polony","poltergeist","poltroon",
+            "poly","polyandrous","polyandry","polyanthus","polyester",
+            "polyethylene","polygamist","polygamous","polygamy","polyglot",
+            "polygon","polymath","polymer","polymorphous","polyp",
+            "polyphony","polypus","polystyrene","polysyllable","polytechnic",
+            "polytheism","polythene","polyurethane","pomade","pomander",
+            "pomegranate","pomeranian","pommel","pommy","pomp",
+            "pompom","pomposity","pompous","ponce","poncho",
+            "poncy","pond","ponder","ponderous","pone",
+            "pong","poniard","pontiff","pontifical","pontificals",
+            "pontificate","pontoon","pony","ponytail","pooch",
+            "poodle","poof","pooh","pool","poolroom",
+            "pools","poop","pooped","poor","poorhouse",
+            "poorly","poorness","poove","pop","popadam",
+            "popadum","popcorn","popery","popgun","popinjay",
+            "popish","poplar","poplin","poppa","popper",
+            "poppet","poppy","poppycock","popshop","popsy",
+            "populace","popular","popularise","popularity","popularize",
+            "popularly","populate","population","populism","populist",
+            "populous","porcelain","porch","porcine","porcupine",
+            "pore","pork","porker","porky","porn",
+            "pornography","porosity","porous","porphyry","porpoise",
+            "porridge","porringer","port","portable","portage",
+            "portal","portals","portcullis","portend","portent",
+            "portentous","porter","porterage","porterhouse","portfolio",
+            "porthole","portico","portion","portly","portmanteau",
+            "portrait","portraitist","portraiture","portray","portrayal",
+            "pose","poser","poseur","posh","posit",
+            "position","positional","positive","positively","positiveness",
+            "positivism","positron","posse","possess","possessed",
+            "possession","possessive","possessor","posset","possibility",
+            "possible","possibly","possum","post","postage",
+            "postal","postbag","postbox","postcard","postcode",
+            "postdate","poster","posterior","posterity","postern",
+            "postgraduate","posthaste","posthumous","postilion","postillion",
+            "posting","postman","postmark","postmaster","postmortem",
+            "postpaid","postpone","postprandial","postscript","postulant",
+            "postulate","posture","postwar","posy","pot",
+            "potable","potash","potassium","potation","potato",
+            "potbellied","potbelly","potboiler","potbound","poteen",
+            "potency","potent","potentate","potential","potentiality",
+            "pothead","pother","potherb","pothole","potholing",
+            "pothouse","pothunter","potion","potluck","potpourri",
+            "potsherd","potshot","pottage","potted","potter",
+            "potteries","pottery","potty","pouch","pouf",
+            "pouffe","poulterer","poultice","poultry","pounce",
+            "pound","poundage","pounding","pour","pout",
+            "poverty","powder","powdered","powdery","power",
+            "powerboat","powerful","powerhouse","powerless","powers",
+            "powwow","pox","pps","practicable","practical",
+            "practicality","practically","practice","practiced","practise",
+            "practised","practitioner","praesidium","praetor","praetorian",
+            "pragmatic","pragmatism","prairie","praise","praises",
+            "praiseworthy","praline","pram","prance","prank",
+            "prankster","prat","prate","pratfall","prattle",
+            "prawn","praxis","pray","prayer","preach",
+            "preachify","preamble","prearrange","prebend","prebendary",
+            "precarious","precast","precaution","precede","precedence",
+            "precedent","preceding","precentor","precept","preceptor",
+            "precession","precinct","precincts","preciosity","precious",
+            "precipice","precipitate","precipitation","precipitous","precise",
+            "precisely","precision","preclude","precocious","precognition",
+            "preconceived","preconception","precondition","precook","precursor",
+            "predator","predatory","predecease","predecessor","predestinate",
+            "predestination","predestine","predetermine","predeterminer","predicament",
+            "predicate","predicative","predict","predictable","prediction",
+            "predigest","predilection","predispose","predisposition","predominance",
+            "predominant","predominantly","predominate","preeminent","preeminently",
+            "preempt","preemption","preemptive","preen","preexist",
+            "preexistence","prefab","prefabricate","prefabricated","preface",
+            "prefatory","prefect","prefecture","prefer","preferable",
+            "preference","preferential","preferment","prefigure","prefix",
+            "pregnancy","pregnant","preheat","prehensile","prehistoric",
+            "prehistory","prejudge","prejudice","prejudiced","prejudicial",
+            "prelacy","prelate","prelim","preliminary","prelims",
+            "preliterate","prelude","premarital","premature","premeditate",
+            "premeditated","premier","premise","premises","premiss",
+            "premium","premonition","premonitory","prenatal","prentice",
+            "preoccupation","preoccupied","preoccupy","preordain","prep",
+            "prepack","preparation","preparatory","prepare","prepared",
+            "preparedness","prepay","preponderance","preponderant","preponderate",
+            "preposition","prepositional","prepossessed","prepossessing","prepossession",
+            "preposterous","prepuce","prerecord","prerequisite","prerogative",
+            "presage","presbyter","presbyterian","presbytery","preschool",
+            "prescient","prescribe","prescribed","prescript","prescription",
+            "prescriptive","presence","present","presentable","presentation",
+            "presenter","presentiment","presently","presents","preservable",
+            "preservation","preservative","preserve","preserver","preset",
+            "preshrunk","preside","presidency","president","presidential",
+            "presidium","press","pressed","pressgang","pressing",
+            "pressman","pressmark","pressure","pressurise","pressurize",
+            "prestidigitation","prestige","prestigious","prestissimo","presto",
+            "prestressed","presumable","presume","presumption","presumptive",
+            "presumptuous","presuppose","presupposition","pretence","pretend",
+            "pretended","pretender","pretense","pretension","pretentious",
+            "pretentiousness","preterit","preterite","preternatural","pretext",
+            "pretor","pretorian","prettify","prettily","pretty",
+            "pretzel","prevail","prevailing","prevalent","prevaricate",
+            "prevent","prevention","preventive","preview","previous",
+            "prevision","prewar","prey","price","priceless",
+            "pricey","prick","prickle","prickly","pricy",
+            "pride","priest","priesthood","priestly","prig",
+            "priggish","prim","primacy","primaeval","primal",
+            "primarily","primary","primate","prime","primer",
+            "primeval","priming","primitive","primogeniture","primordial",
+            "primp","primrose","primula","primus","prince",
+            "princedom","princely","princess","principal","principality",
+            "principally","principle","principled","principles","prink",
+            "print","printable","printer","printing","printout",
+            "prior","priority","priory","prise","prism",
+            "prismatic","prison","prisoner","prissy","pristine",
+            "prithee","privacy","private","privateer","privation",
+            "privet","privilege","privileged","privily","privy",
+            "prize","prizefight","prizeman","pro","probability",
+            "probable","probably","probate","probation","probationer",
+            "probe","probity","problem","problematic","proboscis",
+            "procedural","procedure","proceed","proceeding","proceedings",
+            "proceeds","process","procession","processional","proclaim",
+            "proclamation","proclivity","proconsul","proconsulate","procrastinate",
+            "procreate","proctor","procure","procurer","prod",
+            "prodigal","prodigious","prodigy","produce","producer",
+            "product","production","productive","productivity","proem",
+            "prof","profanation","profane","profanity","profess",
+            "professed","professedly","profession","professional","professionalism",
+            "professor","professorial","professorship","proffer","proficient",
+            "profile","profit","profitable","profiteer","profligacy",
+            "profligate","profound","profundity","profuse","profusion",
+            "progenitor","progeny","progesterone","prognathous","prognosis",
+            "prognostic","prognosticate","prognostication","program","programer",
+            "programmer","progress","progression","progressive","prohibit",
+            "prohibition","prohibitionist","prohibitive","prohibitory","project",
+            "projectile","projection","projectionist","projector","prolapse",
+            "prole","prolegomena","proletarian","proletariat","proliferate",
+            "proliferation","prolific","prolix","prolog","prologue",
+            "prolong","prolongation","prolonged","prom","promenade",
+            "promenader","prominence","prominent","promiscuity","promiscuous",
+            "promise","promising","promontory","promote","promoter",
+            "promotion","prompt","prompter","promptness","promulgate",
+            "pron","prone","prong","pronominal","pronoun",
+            "pronounce","pronounceable","pronounced","pronouncement","pronto",
+            "pronunciamento","pronunciation","proof","proofread","prop",
+            "propaganda","propagandise","propagandist","propagandize","propagate",
+            "propagation","propane","propel","propellant","propellent",
+            "propeller","propensity","proper","properly","propertied",
+            "property","prophecy","prophesy","prophet","prophetess",
+            "prophetic","prophets","prophylactic","prophylaxis","propinquity",
+            "propitiate","propitiatory","propitious","propjet","proponent",
+            "proportion","proportional","proportionate","proportions","proposal",
+            "propose","proposition","propound","proprietary","proprieties",
+            "proprietor","proprietress","propriety","propulsion","propulsive",
+            "propylene","prorogation","prorogue","prosaic","proscenium",
+            "proscribe","proscription","prose","prosecute","prosecution",
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+            "psychiatric","psychiatrist","psychiatry","psychic","psycho",
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+            "putt","puttee","putter","putto","putty",
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+            "pyjama","pyjamas","pylon","pyorrhea","pyorrhoea",
+            "pyramid","pyre","pyrex","pyrexia","pyrites",
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+            "quip","quire","quirk","quisling","quit",
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+            "quotation","quote","quoth","quotidian","quotient",
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+            "radish","radium","radius","raffia","raffish",
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+            "raise","raisin","raj","raja","rajah",
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+            "ravish","ravishing","ravishment","raw","rawhide",
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+            "recipe","recipient","reciprocal","reciprocate","reciprocity",
+            "recital","recitation","recitative","recite","reck",
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+            "reclamation","recline","recluse","recognise","recognition",
+            "recognizance","recognize","recoil","recollect","recollection",
+            "recommend","recommendation","recompense","reconcile","reconciliation",
+            "recondite","recondition","reconnaissance","reconnoiter","reconnoitre",
+            "reconsider","reconstitute","reconstruct","reconstruction","record",
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+            "recourse","recover","recovery","recreant","recreate",
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+            "recruit","rectal","rectangle","rectangular","rectification",
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+            "recusant","recycle","red","redbreast","redbrick",
+            "redcap","redcoat","redcurrant","redden","reddish",
+            "redecorate","redeem","redeemer","redemption","redemptive",
+            "redeploy","redhead","rediffusion","redirect","redistribute",
+            "redo","redolence","redolent","redouble","redoubt",
+            "redoubtable","redound","redress","redskin","reduce",
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+            "redwood","reecho","reed","reeds","reeducate",
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+            "refresh","refresher","refreshing","refreshment","refreshments",
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+            "refuel","refuge","refugee","refulgence","refulgent",
+            "refund","refurbish","refusal","refuse","refutable",
+            "refutation","refute","regain","regal","regale",
+            "regalia","regard","regardful","regarding","regardless",
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+            "regimental","regimentals","regina","region","regional",
+            "regions","register","registrar","registration","registry",
+            "regnant","regress","regressive","regret","regrets",
+            "regrettable","regrettably","regroup","regular","regularise",
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+            "remiss","remission","remit","remittance","remittent",
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+            "remorse","remorseful","remote","remotely","remould",
+            "remount","removal","remove","remover","remunerate",
+            "remunerative","renaissance","renal","rename","renascent",
+            "rend","render","rendering","rendezvous","rendition",
+            "renegade","renege","renegue","renew","renewable",
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+            "repayment","repeal","repeat","repeated","repeatedly",
+            "repeater","repeating","repel","repellent","repent",
+            "repentance","repentant","repercussion","repertoire","repertory",
+            "repetition","repetitious","repine","replace","replacement",
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+            "reproduce","reproducer","reproduction","reproductive","reproof",
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+            "resinated","resist","resistance","resistant","resistor",
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+            "resonance","resonant","resonate","resonator","resort",
+            "resound","resounding","resource","resourceful","resources",
+            "respect","respectability","respectable","respecter","respectful",
+            "respecting","respective","respectively","respects","respiration",
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+            "responsible","responsibly","responsive","rest","restage",
+            "restate","restaurant","restaurateur","restful","restitution",
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+            "restore","restorer","restrain","restrained","restraint",
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+            "reticule","retina","retinue","retire","retired",
+            "retirement","retiring","retort","retouch","retrace",
+            "retract","retractable","retractile","retraction","retread",
+            "retreat","retrench","retrial","retraining","retribution",
+            "retributive","retrieval","retrieve","retriever","retroactive",
+            "retroflex","retrograde","retrogress","retrogressive","retrospect",
+            "retrospection","retrospective","retroversion","retsina","return",
+            "returnable","returns","reunion","reunite","reuse",
+            "rev","revalue","revamp","reveal","revealing",
+            "reveille","revel","revelation","revelry","revenge",
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+            "reverence","reverend","reverent","reverential","reverie",
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+            "revolutionary","revolutionise","revolutionize","revolve","revolver",
+            "revolving","revue","revulsion","reward","rewarding",
+            "rewards","rewire","reword","rewrite","rex",
+            "rhapsodise","rhapsodize","rhapsody","rhea","rhenish",
+            "rheostat","rhetoric","rhetorical","rhetorically","rhetorician",
+            "rheum","rheumatic","rheumaticky","rheumatics","rheumatism",
+            "rheumatoid","rhinestone","rhinoceros","rhizome","rhododendron",
+            "rhomboid","rhombus","rhubarb","rhyme","rhymed",
+            "rhymester","rhythm","rhythmic","rib","ribald",
+            "ribaldry","ribbed","ribbing","ribbon","riboflavin",
+            "rice","rich","riches","richly","richness",
+            "rick","rickets","rickety","ricksha","rickshaw",
+            "ricochet","rid","riddance","ridden","riddle",
+            "ride","rider","riderless","ridge","ridgepole",
+            "ridicule","ridiculous","riding","riesling","rife",
+            "riff","riffle","riffraff","rifle","rifleman",
+            "rifles","rifling","rift","rig","rigging",
+            "right","righteous","rightful","rightist","rightly",
+            "rights","rightward","rightwards","rigid","rigidity",
+            "rigmarole","rigor","rigorous","rigour","rile",
+            "rill","rim","rime","rind","rinderpest",
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+            "riposte","ripple","ripsaw","riptide","rise",
+            "riser","risibility","risible","rising","risk",
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+            "ritualism","ritzy","rival","rivalry","rive",
+            "river","riverbed","riverside","rivet","riveter",
+            "riveting","riviera","rivulet","rna","roach",
+            "road","roadbed","roadblock","roadhouse","roadman",
+            "roadside","roadstead","roadster","roadway","roadworthy",
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+            "robe","robin","robot","robust","rock",
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+            "roisterer","role","roll","roller","rollicking",
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+            "roquefort","rosary","rose","roseate","rosebud",
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+            "rower","rowing","rowlock","royal","royalist",
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+            "ructions","rudder","ruddle","ruddy","rude",
+            "rudely","rudiment","rudimentary","rudiments","rue",
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