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Correct spelling for HOOPED

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Possible correct spellings for hooped

  • Hooked(Definition of hooked)
  • He hooked a bright metal globe to the stop light, lifted it in one hand, and jumped, landing lightly on the pavement.

  • Pooped(Definition of Pooped)
  • Looped(Definition of looped)
  • Heaped(Definition of heaped)
  • Between them he heaped dead twigs, and in a moment the flame was leaping.

  • Cooped
  • Ministers alone knew the extent of those plans: but every ploughboy could feel the malice of an act which cooped up innocent travellers on the flimsiest of pretexts.

  • Hipped(Definition of hipped)
  • Looking upon happiness as a dream, or a prize which, in life's lottery, they have missed; worn, hipped, dissatisfied, and desperate, they often hurry on a result which they disapprove, merely to close a miserable career, or to brave the society with which they cannot sympathise.

  • Hyped
  • Hooped(Definition of Hooped)
  • With these were the axe, the wedge, the dogwood gluts, and the mauls made with no little labour from the curled knots of the chestnut oak, and hooped with an iron tire-piece.

  • Hoped
  • Sort of hoped you bein' an e, and all ...

  • Whooped
  • Hooted(Definition of Hooted)
  • Scotty hooted for attention and pointed in his turn to a section of the rock that held over a dozen sea urchins that looked like black horse chestnuts with exaggerated spines.

  • Hoofed(Definition of hoofed)
  • After about a year, my uncle, getting a bit fed-up, hoofed me out and got me a mastership at a school, and i made a hash of that.

  • Hooper(Definition of Hooper)
  • On her way she called at the grocery store with an order that surprised mr. hooper.

  • Hopped(Definition of Hopped)
  • Mcalpin, behind the stove, hopped first on one foot and then on the other as de spain recklessly continued to pour.

  • Harped(Definition of Harped)
  • It is because you have harped upon this idea that you are still in straitened circumstances.

  • Hooded(Definition of Hooded)
  • When morning came they knew, without looking, that somewhere, coldly surveying their camp, the grey-hooded figure would be watching and waiting for them to move on.

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