Correct spelling for PAIR
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Possible correct spellings for pair
- air Right: He spoke in the open air, so that more could see and hear him.
- fair In short, it is only fair to say that I am not well enough off to keep you here.
- hair Now I'm going to dress your hair for you.
- lair Presently it would creep out of its lair again, but by that time she would be prepared.
- paid So she waited for him in vain, and at last paid for the tea herself, and went home to wait there-and there, too, in vain, for he never came back to her.
- pail G. Sanitary covered-top milk pail.
- pain "Jack," she said slowly, as if every word gave her pain, "listen to me.
- pair Very well, we'll get him a pair of trousers.
- par Once more her spirits rose, this time, one might say, to par; and she went indoors.
- parr "Why, Mr. Hodder," he exclaimed cheerfully, with a trace of German accent, "I had an idea you were somewhere on the cool seas with our friend, Mr. Parr.
- pairs In an instant all the rest were dancing, too, alone, in pairs, and in rings.
- NAIR Nair lady Adorning Her Hair is an 1873 painting by Raja Ravi Varma.
- PAAR Alberghetti made guest appearances on The Ed Sullivan Show, Tonight Starring Jack Paar and The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson.
10 words made from the letters pair
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