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Correct spellings for PPAIN

  • lapin
  • paean
  • pain Sad proof, in peril and in pain, How late will Lover's hope remain! – Bride of Abydos, The by george gordon, lord byron
  • paine
  • pains The pains I suffer in that old back of mine you'll never believe, my son, not till the appointed time when you come to suffer 'em yoursel'.
  • paint I had tried to paint, and my masters discovered promise which came to nothing.
  • pair Perhaps a pair of tusks would reward them.
  • pan He will never flash in the pan, I promise you.
  • pane "Then," says I, "you'll have it where you stand, and hang the pane of glass!"
  • pawn The Swedes insisted on their expenses: the Swedes held Pommern, had all along held it,-in pawn, they said, for their expenses.
  • pen "Well," said Captain Clubbe, taking up his pen again, "how are you getting on?"
  • piano There is no false shame in England about singing and playing the piano.
  • pin He did not wish to pin himself down until he was sure.
  • pine Then I examined the furniture of the curious interior,-the high-backed chairs, mahogany table,-one leg replaced with pine,-the hair sofa and tall clock in the corner by the door.
  • ping Somethin' whistled 'twixt me and the sheriff-ping-ng-ng!
  • pippin Joan: Why, Master Pippin!
  • plain True, she was very plain.
  • plan It is the only way, this plan of mine.
  • pun "A poor pun made in poorer taste," was all the comfort he got from Christine.
  • spain Once I asked her if she wished to go back to Spain.
  • span 0189; of span .
  • spin As I did so, a bicycle shot out from the gate in the opposite direction, going as hard as it could spin, simply flying towards Whittingham.
  • Payne He went away quickly, and Sir Harry Payne said: "Where are you going, Bell?"
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