Common misspellings for pairs:

pair, pirze, praiers, pasify, paisey, painers, pahes, pasis, paiir, paciic, piru, pahase, pwers, peirce, poars, paird, kairso, persay, pciuer, parst, appairs, parisa, papars, pairis, ppers, parsh, poors, passs, pakrs, rapairs, cairs, pario, yeairs, parie, painis, padios, pasos, paice, spair, tairs, prars, parsk, puirsue, pawers, persa, parrys, 38pios, prairs, wpies, perss, peirs, pasor, sairs, pasre, pairie, repoairs, piase, spaiah, ppaers, persi, parce, payors, persih, phars, paitio, persu, spaious, paers, paires, paices, piours, pais, parisi, reppairs, prair, palors, pacious, peears, painos, rapirs, pards, paids, depsair, hiars, rpairs, parir, wairs, pators, apeirs, peiords, pars, apairs, perso, shairs, pairts, peris, plair, pawes, appairsor, pirse, paysw, ppears, paiges, repaiirs, patrs, piaza, paies, papiers, pafes, paire, pliars, parsue, papir, poers, peaice, paior, pirsue, parsih, pairwise, pagies, paues, paist, apers, cpaers, pair'd, paris, pazer, pariz, pairhs, paise, piazzi, pia's, pillairs, peize, reairs, oairs, 0airs, pzirs, psirs, pwirs, pqirs, pajrs, paors, pa9rs, pa8rs, pai5s, pai4s, pairx, pairw, opairs, poairs, lpairs, p-airs, 0pairs, p0airs, pzairs, pazirs, psairs, pasirs, pwairs, pawirs, pqairs, paqirs, pauirs, paiurs, pajirs, paijrs, pakirs, paikrs, paoirs, paiors, pa9irs, pai9rs, pa8irs, pai8rs, paiers, paidrs, pairds, paifrs, pairfs, paitrs, pai5rs, pair5s, pai4rs, pair4s, pairzs, pairsz, pairxs, pairsx, pairws, pairsw, apirs, ppairs, paairs, paiirs, pairrs, pairss, piirs, pcirs, payrs, pamrs, pahrs, pai2s, paips, pair3, pairc, pairq, pheirs, paayers, paeyers, pa irs, pai rs, pair s.

Usage examples for pairs

  1. " New brooms sweep clean," she said shortly, " and two pairs of hands can do what one can't."  The Story of Jessie by Mabel Quiller-Couch
  2. Would it not be a good thing to exercise boys, in pairs, in the following dialogue:- Sir, you are quite wrong!  A Budget of Paradoxes, Volume II (of II) by Augustus de Morgan
  3. " I'd swear I haven't had three pairs of house shoes," said Marjorie.  Marriage by H. G. Wells
  4. You must remember how many pairs it was.  Notwithstanding by Mary Cholmondeley