If you use a password manager, and you should, use double-blind passwords for, at least, your most critical logins such as crypto exchanges, banks shopping and payment systems such as Paypal. Double-blind passwords add an extra layer of protecton in the rare case where your password manager is compromised.
The concept is simple. Use your password manager to generate a random password, save it to your password manager. Now, on the site you’re authenticating to, set the password along with a personal 2nd blind password or PIN. This will be your real password.
Now, when you use your password manager to autofill the password field, add your 2nd password to the end of the password field and login successfully.