How to spell PAYFOR correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell payfor correctly

  • afar If military music sounds from afar, I see a regiment marching."
  • favor I've come to ask a favor.
  • gaffer Should ha' thought a girl as I've brought up, as I've brought up you ever since your mother and father died, would have give her poor old gaffer a pinch o' 'bacco now and agen."
  • pacer
  • packer Packers and movers are essential for any move.
  • pager
  • pair
  • pallor She had a pallor which indicated she had not slept well.
  • paper
  • par The elephant was having such a good time parading around the room that I forgot to take a picture.
  • parer
  • parker
  • parlor In the parlor, the curtains were drawn to let in the sunlight.
  • parlour
  • parr When mommy is done cooking, she parses the potatoes.
  • parser A parser is a program that reads a text file and converts its text into a list of symbols that can be used by a
  • passer I can't believe he passed that test.
  • patio Outside, they were sitting on the patio drinking their iced tea.
  • patter
  • pauper The pauper was found dead on the side of the road.
  • pay You can pay with your debit card.
  • payday
  • payee
  • payer The patient was billed for their care.
  • payoff I will pay you in cash for your information.
  • perform They performed the dance for the party.
  • pilfer I stole a purse from her purse locker.
  • poor I have a tough time making ends meet on my aide salary, especially since my rent is so high.
  • prefer
  • prior I have to have my prior approval to start the project.
  • puffer
  • savior
  • savor I'm going to savor my last bit of this cake before it melts in my mouth.
  • wafer
  • Payne Sheila paid her dues as a substitute teacher before finally becoming a full-time teacher.
  • pays I'll pay you back tomorrow.
  • PAAR
  • Mayfair
  • Darfur
  • paler
  • go*

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