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Correct spellings for PAIID

  • aid "And the saints will aid the good work," the Italian protested, "for they themselves have a better right to the charming knight. Brightest and best of the sons of the morning Dawn on our darkness and lend us Thine aid Star in the east, the horizon adorning Guide where our infant Redeemer was laid – Brightest and Best by Kathy Mattea
  • maid "Then are you going to saddle Essex Maid yourself? They might dress up Miss Agnes so like to the Shade Which he fancied he saw, of that poor injured maid, – Black Mousquetaire, The : A Legend of France by Richard Harris Barham
  • pad The mixture of shellac, rotten stone, oil and alcohol, is applied to the work with a pad made of cotton waste, wrapped in cheese cloth to keep it from sticking to the work. Sit back in the pad Think about the times we had – Tell Me (What You Think Is Goin' On) by Smilez And Southstar
  • paddy He hardly noticed the wonderful dam or the equally wonderful canals which Paddy had made.
  • paid And my main man, D Wade, still gets paid And in the off-season we vacate in the shade – Underground by EPMD
  • pail
  • pain What is this pain in her head and eyes?
  • pained It pained and troubled her, though she did not consider why it should do so.
  • paint They've gone to get their war-paint on.
  • pair What a pair she and Grace would make!
  • paired
  • paiute
  • pallid His face was set and pallid , and his eyes were misty.
  • part
  • pat
  • pate
  • paved
  • pd
  • pied
  • pit
  • pita
  • pitt
  • pity
  • plaid
  • pod
  • raid
  • rapid
  • said
  • vapid
  • Paced Laying aside the book I had endeavored to read, I started to my feet and paced restlessly to and fro, but each footfall, echoing in the profound stillness, seemed to be an appealing cry for help.
  • Paged
  • Paled
  • Pared
  • Pawed
  • Plied
  • Pried
  • Patti
  • laid No doubt many of our suggestions will have occurred to some of our readers, and it may seem almost needless to have made them, but we know by experience in other things that maxims are often forgotten and laid aside till something occurs to revive them.
  • payed
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