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How to spell PAGAIN correctly?

If you've accidentally typed "pagain" instead of "again", don't worry! Auto-correct mishaps happen to everyone. Here are a few correct suggestions: "again", meaning once more; "pagan", referring to a follower of non-mainstream religions; or "pagan", an adjective describing something relating to those religions. Double-check and select the appropriate option as you continue writing.

List of suggestions on how to spell pagain correctly

  • again
  • bargain I got a good bargain on my new shoes during the sale.
  • fagin "I am currently reading Oliver Twist and have come across the notorious character of Fagin.
  • gain I plan to gain more experience in my field by taking on new projects.
  • paean The author wrote a paean to the beauty of nature in her latest novel.
  • pagan The ancient Romans were known for their pagan beliefs before the spread of Christianity.
  • Paganini Paganini was a virtuoso violinist from Italy.
  • pagans The pagans celebrated the solstice with a large bonfire.
  • paging I have been paging through this book all evening trying to find the answer.
  • pain The pain in my arm is getting worse.
  • plain I prefer plain coffee without any added flavors or cream.
  • Sagan

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