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How to spell PAYOR correctly?

If you meant to write "payor", but realized it was incorrect, here are some possible correct suggestions. Instead of "payor", you can use "payer", which refers to someone who pays money. Alternatively, you may want to consider using "payee" if you're referring to the recipient of the payment.

List of suggestions on how to spell payor correctly

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  • mayor The mayor is the head of government for a municipality.
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  • pay I need to pay my bills this weekend.
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  • payee As the payee on the check, I was able to deposit the funds into my bank account.
  • payer The payer must ensure that their bill is paid on time to avoid penalties.
  • payers Health insurance payers are responsible for reimbursing medical expenses incurred by their customers.
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  • payoff The payoff from this investment is great.
  • payola It's illegal for radio stations to accept payola from record companies in exchange for airplay.
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  • prayer I offer up a prayer for strength and guidance.
  • prior I had a prior engagement and cannot join you for the dinner tonight.
  • Pryor Tommy is a member of the Pryor family.

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