How to spell PAYINY correctly?

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  • haying The first day of haying meant nearly a whole day with the scythe, and was the most trying of all.
  • laying He could see Mary, as he spoke, turning on the hill and laying her hand on his arm; her hair blew in the wind and the light in her eyes shone under the moon.
  • pacing But inside, there were guards pacing along it.
  • paean It is a wonderful paean to untamed nature and to the forces let loose by it within the soul of man.
  • paging In 1986 the company purchased MCIs wireless operations, cellular and paging, for $122 million, and changed their name to "McCaw Cellular Communications".
  • pain You don't know how it hurts me to give you pain.
  • paine It is not easy to speak fully and justly of Paine, because in so doing we must speak of the misapprehensions and mis-statements of which he has been the victim; and even if we refute these, the bare mention of them leaves a stain on his fame.
  • paling My impatience to get on increased every moment, and descending the mountain at the top of my speed, I at length reached the little oak paling that skirted the wood, opened the little wicket, and entered the path.
  • pan Beat the eggs very light, and mix the milk and butter with them, all at once; then pour all into the pan of flour.
  • pane They came faster and faster, striking on and over one another; now they turned to drops; she stopped thinking, absorbed in watching a drop roll down the glass-pause, lurch forward, touch another drop; then a third; then zigzag rapidly down the pane.
  • paring Insufficient paring of the corners or using only the fingers for turning-in causes very thick edges; such work is out of date and would not be done by any thoughtful workman.
  • patina On arrival at the first ravine we immediately descended, and shortly after he reappeared on the small patina between the two ravines, within three hundred yards of us. Here the strong gale gave him our scent.
  • paving Roads were newly pavered in preparation for the parade.
  • pawn I borrowed my pawn from the pawnshop.
  • payee The check paid to the payee.
  • payer I am not a payer.
  • paying
  • penny
  • peony
  • pin
  • pine
  • ping I Ping my friends on Facebook every day.
  • pinny I need to get a pinny so I can climb the tree.
  • pitying
  • plain I wouldn't go out with him if he was wearing a dress - he's just too plain for me.
  • playing She was playing video games in her pyjamas.
  • pony Some people swear by horses for their physicality and prowess, but I can't get enough of ponies!
  • prying I was uncomfortable with her constant prying.
  • puny The puny creature was no match for the mighty lion.
  • saying I need you to say it aloud.
  • spaying
  • spying I was spying on her, but she caught me.
  • Baying The knights followed shouting with their baying dogs, and the next instant were struck mute with astonishment.
  • Parrying Were all women, then, alike in parrying and fencing?
  • Patine This is a painting by Patine.
  • Pawing
  • Piney
  • Plying I'm on my plying route today.
  • Repaying She repaid his kindness tenfold by doing the same for him.
  • Yin The moon's Yin side is dark while the Yang side is light.
  • Pliny The naturalist Pliny the Elder recorded the findings of his travels in books now known as the "Natural History".
  • Praying The boy knelt down and began to pray.
  • Preying
  • Payne I cannot believe that Payne is sick again.
  • partying Black Friday (partying), the last Friday before Christmas in the United Kingdom Black Friday (shopping), the day following Thanksgiving in the United States Single days Black Friday (1869), the Fisk–Gould Scandal, a financial crisis in the United States Black Friday (1873), the crash of the Vienna Stock Exchange that precipitated the Panic of 1873 Black Friday (1881), the Eyemouth disaster in which 189 fishermen died Black Friday (1910), a particularly violent womens suffrage event in England Black Friday (1916), October 20, a day in which a "perfect storm" hit Lake Erie, sinking four ships Black Friday (1919), the Battle of George Square, a riot stemming from industrial unrest in Glasgow, Scotland Black Friday (1921), the announcement of British transport union leaders not to call for strike action against wage reductions for miners Black Friday (1929), the day the New York stock market crashed, intitating the Great Depression Black Friday (1939), a day of devastating bushfires in Victoria, Australia Black Friday (1944), a disastrous attack by the Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada near Woensdrecht during the Battle of the Scheldt Black Friday (1945), an Allied military operation during the Norwegian campaigns in World War II Black Friday (1960), San Francisco City protest against the House Un-American Activities Committee Black Friday (1978), a massacre of protesters in Iran Black Friday (1987), a tornado in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Black Friday (1993), a series of bomb explosions in Mumbai, India Black Friday (Maldives), a 2004 crackdown by government forces in Malé, Maldives, on peaceful protesters Black Friday (2005), an event in which tribal students were killed in Meghalaya, India Black Friday (2011), an event in which several online poker sites were seized as a result of United States v.
  • pinyin Many Chinese words are written using the pinyin romanization system.

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