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How to spell PAYME correctly?

If you've mistyped "payme", here are a few possible correct suggestions: "pay me", "payee" or "payment". Make sure to double-check your spelling to avoid any confusion in financial matters. Accuracy in such details is crucial to ensure smooth transactions and effective communication.

List of suggestions on how to spell payme correctly

  • Came
  • chyme As food passes through the intestines, it is mixed with digestive juices and turned into a liquid called chyme.
  • dame The dame was dressed in a stunning red gown and wore diamonds around her neck.
  • Fame She worked hard to achieve fame and fortune, but it wasn't easy.
  • game I'm playing a game of truth or dare.
  • Jaime Jaime is a great cook, and his lasagna is always a hit at family gatherings.
  • Jame
  • lame The excuse he gave for not attending the meeting was lame.
  • name
  • pace She tried to pace herself for the marathon.
  • page
  • paige Paige is a name commonly given to baby girls.
  • paine Thomas Paine was a famous political activist and author during the American Revolution.
  • pale
  • palm I have a sore palm from the grip of the handle on the shopping cart.
  • palmer I'm going to Palmer's for ice cream.
  • palmy The beaches in Hawaii are known for their palmy surroundings.
  • Pam Pam needs to buy groceries for tonight's dinner.
  • pane
  • pare She used a peeler to pare the apple before slicing it.
  • parse The software can parse strings and retrieve useful information from them.
  • passe
  • pate She ate a pate with her lunch.
  • pause I had to pause the movie to answer the phone.
  • pave The city council decided to pave the long-neglected road to make it easier for commuters to travel.
  • pay
  • payee The payee is the person to whom the money is payment.
  • payer I am the payer of my monthly bills.
  • Payne I know someone with the last name Payne.
  • pays The debts must be paid completely before the company pays any money to the creditor.
  • plume
  • prime The jar of prime jumbo shrimp is now on sale.
  • PYLE The theater offered a performance of " Pyle" tomorrow night.
  • PYM
  • pyre The funeral pyre was erected in a field near the village.
  • rhyme The teacher was so rhyme-azed that he couldn't even pronounce the word "plot.
  • same The book was the same as the one I had borrowed from the library.
  • tame I couldn't tame the dog.
  • thyme I bought some fresh thyme for my chicken wrap lunches.

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