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Correct spellings for PAITNED

  • pained But she did not answer, and I saw that the idea had pained her, whatever it might be.
  • painted I thought they'd painted the walls black during the night.
  • painter Is this beast of a grub of a boy thinking to make himself a painter and cut me out of my reputation and prosperity?"
  • parted They parted outside Peggy's window.
  • patent The Dispatch-built at Brownsville, on French's patent, and owned by the same company as the Enterprise.
  • patient He was as pleasantly patient as ever: "You needn't take the trouble to do that, my dear; I'll only ask your leave to sit down and wait on the stairs.
  • patterned They became to their pupils ideals of manhood worthy to be patterned after.
  • pinned "I've pinned 'em up in cages, watched how they behaved.
  • pitted Her face is pitted with the small-pox, but the delicacy of her features shows that she may once have been beautiful; and she has a very fair and well-shaped hand and arm, of which, if I mistake not, the good lady is still a little vain.
  • pointed Then he turned and pointed to the next room.
  • portend Oh, Harold, what should all this portend?
  • Panned Remarkable to relate, both schemes panned out on the morning of the same day.
  • Panted "Doctor," panted the small messenger, "I came to the hospital to fetch ye.
  • Patted Dad patted him on the back....
  • Patine
  • Pawned As I stood lookin' at you, wonderin' what to do, though, I had twelve shillin's in my pocket from the watch I'd pawned, there came four men, and I knew from their looks they were recruitin' officers of the navy.
  • Pined A wolf had charmed her: Wolf her neighbour's son, Goodly and tall, and fair in divers eyes: For his illustrious sake it was she pined.
  • Pitied