|BACKPAY||-||backpay n. A withheld payment for work which has already been completed, or which could have been completed had the.|
|BIPARTY||-||biparty adj. Involving two parties or entities.|
|BYPATHS||-||bypaths n. plural of bypath.|
by-paths n. plural of by-path.
|BYPLACE||-||by-place n. A retired place, spot, or situation.|
|BYPLAYS||-||byplays n. plural of byplay.|
by-plays n. plural of by-play.
|CAPABLY||-||capably adv. In a capable manner.|
|PAGEBOY||-||pageboy n. A boy who serves as a page.|
pageboy n. A shoulder-length hairstyle with the ends of the hair curled under.
page boy n. A young male attendant at a wedding, generally between five and ten years of age.
|PAYABLE||-||payable n. (plural) Debts owed by a business; liabilities.|
payable n. (sometimes postpositive) A thing that may be paid.
payable adj. That which is to be paid.
|PAYABLY||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|PAYBACK||-||payback n. (uncountable) An act of revenge.|
payback n. (countable) A form of recompense.
pay back v. (transitive) to pay an amount of money owed to another, to repay.
|PLAYBOY||-||playboy n. A man who devotes himself to a life of leisure and pleasure, often sexual, without commitments or responsibilities.|
Playboy p.n. A brand of adult magazines introduced in the United States.
Playboy n. A Playboy magazine.
|PLAYBUS||-||playbus n. A bus that provides mobile entertainment and education facilities for young children.|
|PLIABLY||-||pliably adv. In a pliable manner.|
|PYEBALD||-||pyebald adj. Obsolete spelling of piebald.|
pyebald n. Obsolete spelling of piebald.
|TYPABLE||-||typable adj. Alternative spelling of typeable.|
|TYPEBAR||-||typebar n. In some typewriters, an arm actuated by pressing the keys that carried the type to strike the ribbon to.|
|UPBRAYS||-||upbrays v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of upbray.|