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Correct spellings for PAINDED
- banded Women aren't and never will be banded.
- handed The Duke handed it to Knowles.
- landed There landed two men yonder on a golden spring day, and wandered lost like wild things through the thicket.
- minded Bobby Coon was absent-minded, or else he was so sleepy that he didn't know what he was doing, for Bobby Coon had been out all night.
- padded It was in Nova Scotia, where I was trout fishing for a little season, and where I had no idea of meeting Pekompf, for the winters are severe there and the wildcat is supposed to leave such places to his more powerful and longer-legged cousin, the lynx, whose feet are bigger than his and better padded for walking on the snow.
- pained 24.-My heart, says J.Y., is pained within me, while I record the loss of one with whom I have been for many years on the most intimate terms.
- painted Just the kind of portrait that John Constable would have painted.
- painter He is a painter now; not a lover.
- pander Around the long table of the host were seated, at respectable intervals, a dozen or more gentlemen, who gazed stolidly at each other from time to time, while the host himself smiled broadly upon them all from that end of the room where the lift and the smell of cooking exercise their calling-the one to spoil the appetite, the other to pander to it when spoilt.
- pinned Duryea came swiftly into the room and pinned Arthur's arms in his grasp.
- pointed Some gentlemen near the door pointed out to him the empty seat beside me.
- printed The letters would be read in court, would be printed in the newspapers for all the world to see.
- winded We need it I'm about winded!
- Panned And in the meantime, if things panned, Jimmy could be useful as a spotter.
- Panted Sandy panted; "it's life or-death."
- Pawned We children knew the till was empty when the silver candlesticks were taken away to be pawned.
- Pined His mother pined and died in the effort to keep peace between them, but the younger brother's schemes were quite in an opposite direction.
- Pinked Roosevelt saying in an aside, "He pinked me, Harry," called out to those who were wildly tearing at the would-be assassin: "Don't hurt him; bring him to me here!"
- punted Rollins punted regularly on second down and just as regularly Claflin rushed until the fourth and then punted back.