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Correct spelling for PAIENT

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  • pageant But now it had dropped with the sun, who was setting with little pageant across the level land.
  • pain I now looked at Polnivski with other eyes; his story had begun to pain me.
  • paine 1846. 7. A regiment of North Carolina volunteers was sent to Mexico under Colonel Robert Treat Paine, of Chowan.
  • pained He looked at Tommy with pained surprise.
  • paint They'd been busy with the make-up box, them two had, and now Mother's got on just as much war paint as Daughter-maybe a little more.
  • painter "What a charming hostess Mrs. Le Geyt makes," the painter observed to me, after lunch.
  • pant At every bend of the heat-laden road the eye rested upon it wistfully; all along the flank of the mountain, which seemed to pant and quiver in the oven-like air, through rising dust, the slow creaking of dragging wheels, the monotonous cry of tired springs, and the muffled beat of plunging hoofs, it held out a promise of sheltered coolness and green silences beyond.
  • panto In the Christmas special, he takes his deceased fathers place in the Clatterford Christmas Panto and plays an Ugly Sister in Cinderella.
  • parent "The robin is a parent," I reminded her.
  • patent No doubt even now he carries the patent in his pocket!"
  • patient Lizzie, my darling, be patient."
  • payment Thence to the Exchequer, and there got my tallys for L17,500, the first payment I ever had out of the Exchequer, and at the Legg spent 14s.
  • pent
  • pint
  • pinto
  • plaint
  • point
  • print
  • punnet
  • punt
  • sapient
  • Ain't Everything being as it is, I ain't half as strong for a thousand dollars, nor yet ten, right now as I am for you!
  • Panned "It's all very well fer you Britishers to go assin' about the country tryin' to strike the trail o' the mines you've salted down yer loose carpital in," said Colonel Jackhigh, setting his empty glass on the counter and wiping his lips with his coat sleeve; "but w'en it comes to hoss racin', w'y I've got a cayuse ken lay over all the thurrerbreds yer little mantel-ornyment of a island ever panned out-bet yer britches I have! Talk about yer Durby winners-w'y this pisen little beast o' mine'll take the bit in her teeth and show 'em the way to the horizon like she was takin' her mornin' stroll and they was tryin' to keep an eye on her to see she didn't do herself an injury-that's w'at she would! And she haint never run a race with anything spryer'n an Injun in all her life; she's a green amatoor, she is!"
  • Pawned The only difficulties I foresaw concerned the pawned engagement ring and Larry's debts to Lily.
  • Pend
  • Pined
  • pointy
  • paints Again like the full-evening play, the one-act play that is merely short paints its characters in greater detail than is possible in the playlet, where the strokes are made full and broad.

100 words made from the letters paient

3 letter words made from paient:

tin, ant, tpn, tea, net, pit, ain, apt, ent, ane, epa, eta, tap, tan, tie, pen, pan, tia, pia, ani, ape, ate, pie, pei, nit, tip, tai, pea, pat, atp, nip, nap, epi, pet, ten, eat, pin.

4 letter words made from paient:

5 letter words made from paient:

paite, inept, patni, piane, pieta, tinea, taiep, entia, panti, etian, paint, tenia, piena, tapen, petai, tapei, einat, teian, tapin, penta, inapt, penia, pinte, paine, atnip, nepit, panet, eatin, tapie.

6 letter words made from paient:

pantie, pineta, petain, petani, pinate, inapte.

Misspelling of the day


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  • bundles up