How to spell PAYOR correctly?

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  • bayer In 1912, Bayer introduced another barbituric acid derivative, phenobarbital, under the trade name Luminal, as a sedative-hypnotic.
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  • layer Cook only one layer in the basket at a time.
  • mayer His Mayer's Chocolate made from his family's recipe.
  • mayor The mayor is the head of government for a municipality.
  • pacer She kept walking, her pace never slowing.
  • pager
  • pair
  • pallor Not feeling well, she had a pallor to her skin.
  • paper
  • par
  • parer The baby is wearing a parer.
  • parlor I was surprised to find a parlor on the first floor.
  • parr
  • pay She paid for her coffee with a ten dollar bill.
  • payee
  • payer
  • payoff The payoff from this investment is great.
  • payola She won't stop pining for him, until he pays her pailola.
  • player The players had a really fun game of monopoly.
  • poor Poor nutrition can lead to obesity, which is a major cause of poor health and poor life expectancy.
  • prayer
  • prior
  • mayo
  • Pryor Tommy is a member of the Pryor family.
  • Payne
  • pays It costs her a lot to keep up with the Joneses.
  • PAAR The elephants are smarter than the parakeets.
  • payers An annual bill for the taxpayers arrived in the mail.
  • gayer At last he heard them coming down the hall, gayer and more talkative than when they left.
  • Payout I am going to get my payout today.
  • paler
  • payed
  • loner*

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