Correct spelling for CIDE

We think the word cide is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word

Possible correct spellings for cide

  • Chide
  • The adder couldn't chide 'er.

  • Ride
  • I mean to have a ride with you in the morning."

  • Cider
  • Then mr. iwakura got up and poured out a soft, slow flood of words, that seemed sweet as new cider, with which the whole company was charmed almost to death, though there wasn't a soul that knew what it was all about, any more than i did.

  • Tide
  • But no one will be justified in saying that i did not do my best to tide him over for a few weeks or months.

  • Cite
  • Now it is impossible to cite a more simple example than this.

  • Code
  • You are requested to use the private service code as soon as i have delivered this message to you and repeat it at once direct to count wedel."

  • Gide
  • Hide
  • "most people try to hide what they feel.

  • Cede
  • As the pavilion had threatened ruin, mathieu had repaired and enlarged it with the idea of retiring thither with marianne, and charlotte and her children, as soon as he should cede the farm to his son gervais, that being his intention.

  • Side
  • Mildred, let us go, and look what is doing on that side before it is dark.

  • Cid
  • In fact, i have no great opinion of the cid as an historical character or a poetic fiction.

  • Wide
  • He was a man of wide reading.

  • Aide
  • Captain smith, terry's aide-de-camp, offered me his horse, and i was glad to accept the animal, as my own was pretty well spent.

  • Bide
  • She divined that it was spite towards herself, and for once in her life, with that intuition which only comes at supreme moments, she had the wisdom to bide her time.

  • Cine