How Do You Spell PAGEANTS?

Correct spelling for the English word "pageants" is [p_ˈa_dʒ_ə_n_t_s], [pˈad͡ʒənts], [pˈad‍ʒənts]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Common Misspellings for PAGEANTS

Below is the list of 286 misspellings for the word "pageants".

Usage Examples for PAGEANTS

  1. 11. The people who were constantly enduring danger and privations in Albemarle at once resolved that they would have no part in the titles and pageants concocted by these wise men of England. - "School History of North Carolina" by John W. Moore
  2. And sometimes they're used in plays and pageants. - "The Moghul" by Thomas Hoover
  3. Is there a man to whom the name of death Brings terror's ghastly pageants conjured up Before him, death- bed groans, and dismal vows, And the frail soul plunged headlong from the brink Of life and daylight down the gloomy air, 430 An unknown depth, to gulfs of torturing fire Unvisited by mercy? - "Poetical Works of Akenside" by Mark Akenside
  4. In processions and pageants, at banquets, weddings, betrothals, christenings, funerals, on every occasion in life, the people wore headgear which helped to make the picture. - "In the Days of the Guild" by Louise Lamprey
  5. But she inwardly thought, " I, who know the heroism of his soul, need not pageants nor acclamations of the multitude to tell me what he is. - "The Scottish Chiefs" by Jane Porter