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Correct spelling for PAYMENY
We think the word paymeny is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for paymeny
- Peony(Definition of peony)
- Men(Definition of men)
- Piney(Definition of Piney)
- Palimony(Definition of palimony)
- Paean(Definition of paean)
- Layman(Definition of layman)
- Parvenu(Definition of parvenu)
- Harmony(Definition of harmony)
- Penny(Definition of penny)
- Penmen(Definition of Penmen)
- Hymen(Definition of hymen)
- Payment(Definition of payment)
- Tammany(Definition of tammany)
- Palming(Definition of Palming)
- Cayman(Definition of cayman)
- Amen(Definition of amen)
For a physician to give poison when he means to give food is worse, not better, than for a layman to make the same mistake.
Everything in a japanese room is carefully arranged so that it shall be in harmony with its surroundings.
Our hymen has not on his saffron robe; but, muffled up in mourning, downward holds his drooping torch, extinguished with his tears.
They had been friends-till carmen came.
A man has been sentenced at barmen, prussia, on three separate counts to terms of imprisonment totalling 175 years.
I also had a hut built, and put an indian to live in it, whose duty was to keep constant watch, and to let me know as soon as the cayman returned to the river.
The others having said amen, we'll consider the matter finished.