Correct spelling for GAID

We think the word gaid 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 gaid

  • Gad(Definition of gad)
  • Only she said one day, "what a gad-about he is now.

  • Paid(Definition of paid)
  • He paid a visit to his mother, but he did not stay with her very long, for plainton seemed to suit him better.

  • Gawd
  • Whaih you think gawd is?"

  • Gail
  • "yes, my darling," whispered gail to herself, "when you are around."

  • Said(Definition of said)
  • "because," said ingeborg earnestly, "you're somebody wonderful."

  • Gain(Definition of gain)
  • What a strange way to gain my friendship!

  • Laid(Definition of laid)
  • In streams where ptychohyla and other hylid tadpoles occur, empty egg capsules have been found on the lee sides of rocks, but there is no way to determine which species laid the eggs.

  • Grid(Definition of grid)
  • It was designed to be carried on the grid of a motor car-and so it was, for many miles of shell-torn roads!

  • Maid(Definition of maid)
  • And when is your maid supposed to have seen me there?"

  • Aid(Definition of aid)
  • This book cannot teach you how to write-with its aid you may be able to teach yourself.

  • Gait(Definition of gait)
  • The last one, an honest master weaver, had moved with a very crooked gait.

  • Raid(Definition of raid)
  • It was, as it proved, a very successful little raid.