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How To Spell Gleamed?

Correct spelling: Gleamed

List of misspellings for Gleamed:

  • gleared,
  • vleamed,
  • ygleamed,
  • glamer,
  • gkleamed,
  • gvleamed,
  • germad,
  • glsamed,
  • gyleamed,
  • gleemed,
  • clemet,
  • gleam3d,
  • gleajed,
  • glead,
  • alamed,
  • glramed,
  • cliomed,
  • gldamed,
  • klemtu,
  • solemade,
  • gl3amed,
  • gleamec,
  • cliamed,
  • gleered,
  • gleamef,
  • goeamed,
  • gleamex,
  • clearde,
  • glesmed,
  • cleated,
  • allarmed,
  • gleamsd,
  • gloomed,
  • tleamed,
  • bgleamed,
  • alemeda,
  • fgleamed,
  • gtleamed,
  • glseamed,
  • hgleamed,
  • clomed,
  • learmed,
  • gpeamed,
  • wlcomed,
  • tgleamed,
  • gloeamed,
  • clemete,
  • ghleamed,
  • giglamesh,
  • glreamed,
  • gleamdd,
  • goleamed,
  • gleames,
  • cleaded,
  • gleened,
  • gleamin,
  • gfleamed,
  • gleaked,
  • gleqmed,
  • gallimard,
  • gldeamed,
  • glimerd,
  • glweamed,
  • glezmed,
  • glesamed,
  • glemmed,
  • vgleamed,
  • gilhamesh,
  • yelomod,
  • glewmed,
  • welomed,
  • gl4amed,
  • gleramed,
  • wellmed,
  • gledamed,
  • glwamed,
  • glewamed,
  • gleamwd,
  • bleamed,
  • yleamed,
  • gleamrd,
  • clmed,
  • fleamed,
  • glkeamed,
  • yelomed,
  • clememte,
  • gpleamed,
  • glpeamed,
  • wlecomed,
  • gleam4d,
  • gleamee,
  • gkeamed,
  • gl4eamed,
  • welemed,
  • hleamed,
  • uygulamalarda,
  • gilbmet,
  • gbleamed,
  • cleaed,
  • loamed.
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This graph shows how "Gleamed" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for Gleamed:

  1. A light gleamed through the entrance port, and ready hands, coming down, quickly assisted us up on deck, while the boat was secured, for none of us had much strength left to help ourselves. – Paddy Finn by W. H. G. Kingston
  2. Her cold eyes gleamed and her face worked with spite as she tried in vain to catch his eye. – At Sunwich Port, Complete by W.W. Jacobs
  3. Lights gleamed suddenly in the windows of the hitherto darkened house, which loomed up gaunt and squarely defined against the sullen sky. – The Crevice by William John Burns and Isabel Ostrander
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