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How to spell PASET correctly?

If you're dealing with the misspelling "paset", there are a few possible correct suggestions. One could be "paste", which refers to the action of copying and pasting text or images. Another option is "past", which refers to a time period that has already happened. Always double-check spelling to ensure accurate communication.

List of suggestions on how to spell paset correctly

  • Paced She paced around the room, trying to calm her nerves before the big presentation.
  • palest They were the palest people I had ever seen.
  • parse
  • Parsed I parsed the string into an array.
  • pas The cake didn't taste very good, but the pas were good.
  • passe Her fashion choices were passe and outdated.
  • Passed
  • past I went past her house yesterday.
  • pasta My parents used to make us pasta every Sunday night.
  • paste I accidentally put paste in my hair.
  • pasted I pasted it to the board.
  • pastel She painted the walls with a beautiful pastel color.
  • Pastes I need some glue to fix my pastes.
  • pasts The pasts of us all are there to be revisited.
  • pasty My friend made a pasty.
  • pat She gave him a congratulatory pat on the back for winning the game.
  • pate I love serving crackers with a delicious pate.
  • pause I need to take a quick pause before continuing with my presentation.
  • Paused She paused for a moment to catch her breath before continuing down the path.
  • peseta I forgot my peseta in the bank.
  • pest
  • pet My new pet is a rabbit.
  • posed He posed for pictures with the model.
  • posit I would like to posit a theory about the origin of this strange phenomenon.
  • post
  • PSST " Psst, did you hear the juicy gossip about the new employee?" whispered Susan to her colleague.
  • pst Please stop posting so many PST messages.
  • set Can you help me set the table for dinner?
  • upset She was so upset when he cancelled the trip.

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