A nursery rhyme that begins with the tongue-twisting line “Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.”
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How to use “Peter Piper” in a sentence
Dorothy's slight figure came hurtling out of the pit's mouth, tossed to their very feet by the long arms of Peter Piper.
As they came up Peter Piper cast one glance upon them, then hid his face and shuddered.
In all his life poor Peter Piper had never been so happy as that day made him.
"We never thought of living to see such grand society," said Peter Piper to his brother and sisters.Racketty-Packetty House | Frances H. Burnett
Peter Piper sat down on the floor all at once with his hands stuffed in his pockets.Racketty-Packetty House | Frances H. Burnett