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Possible correct spellings for painm

  • Panic(Definition of panic)
  • Yet, at the remembrance that these things were, he fell into a fresh panic.

  • Pained
  • In pained surprise she inquired what cause he, whom heaven had hitherto loaded with its most precious gifts, had to complain of fate, as whose spoiled favourite she, like all the rest of the world, had believed him happy.

  • Pint(Definition of pint)
  • Then i got a sort o' lonesome feeling standing on the end of the jetty all alone, and i went back to the bear's head and 'ad another pint.

  • Ping(Definition of ping)
  • The guide pointed to a rock, behind which ping was cooking supper, and held up a hand to indicate that the party was to stop and listen.

  • Pin(Definition of pin)
  • There are but five petals, cut from bright yellow wax; colour them half-way down each with crimson: cup them a little in the palm of the hand, not using a pin at all.

  • Payne
  • Miss payne, madeline, will it ever be summer again?"

  • Pans
  • I also dug shallow pans in the rock, close to the water's edge, that i might gain as much salt as possible by means of evaporation.

  • Pane(Definition of pane)
  • Alice saw her give a spring through the open pane of glass and land on the hammock.

  • Pink(Definition of pink)
  • His arm was about her waist and her cheeks were pink.

  • Pawn(Definition of pawn)
  • Watch over these treasures of mine that i leave in pawn, for i know very well that i shall get no more of them.

  • Panama
  • "uncle" placed his smart panama hat beside him on the floor, leaned his short body back in frau laue's red plush arm-chair, and affected an expression of distress and sympathy.

  • Pam
  • Political parties and leaders: concerned citizens movement or ccm ; nevis reformation party or nrp ; people's action movement or pam ; saint kitts and nevis labor party or sknlp

  • Point(Definition of point)
  • So the children were no wiser on that point than before.

  • Pains(Definition of pains)
  • I should never have seen her if it had not been for the shepherd's love; but he took such pains to find me, and he wouldn't give it up, and at last he put me on his shoulders and carried me home.

  • Piano(Definition of piano)
  • Poor henrietta is without a piano, and is not to have one again until we have another house!

  • Pan(Definition of pan)
  • He kept putting all his money into the mine, sending good money after bad, and let me keep house on nothing, and then was in a worse and worse temper because the mine didn't pan out and things weren't more comfortable at home.

  • Palm(Definition of palm)
  • But it is difficult to decide which of the two means the most mischief; many are inclined to give the palm to the worthy fathers' abode.

  • Pant(Definition of pant)
  • He had begun to pant.

  • Pine(Definition of pine)
  • Scattering lodgepole pine began in the hills, and thickened into dense yellow-green thickets on the upper mountain slopes.

  • Pawns
  • They have been the pawns on the great battlefields, men taken out of the peasantries to be hurled against other men they did not know and for no rewards except further enslavement.

  • Paine(Definition of paine)
  • Mr. john k. paine was called to that position in 1862, and was made a professor in 1876. dwight gave a most generous welcome to all young musicians of promise as they came forward.

  • Prim(Definition of prim)
  • "but don't you 'member what auntie prim said that time we ran away from the party?

  • Pins
  • I wouldn't give a row of pins for-" "please, mamma-don't begin."

  • Pain(Definition of pain)
  • Their pain is too awful even for that, and i believe they can think of nothing else.

  • Priam(Definition of priam)
  • What matter, then, to the philosopher whether these names of men, hector or priam, helen or achilles, were ever visible as phantoms of flesh and blood before the eyes of men?

  • Paint(Definition of paint)
  • "i paint pictures," she said.

  • Pang(Definition of pang)
  • The look and the words together awoke an odd pang in his heart.

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