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Correct spelling for KED
We think the word ked 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 ked
- Kid(Definition of kid)
- Ted(Definition of ted)
- Fed(Definition of fed)
- Key(Definition of key)
- Qed(Definition of qed)
- Wed(Definition of wed)
- Zed(Definition of zed)
- Bed(Definition of bed)
- Ed(Definition of ed)
- Keg(Definition of keg)
- Ken(Definition of ken)
- Led(Definition of led)
- Red(Definition of red)
The little woman isn't really well enough to move, and besides, the kid might kick if he had to give up the cradle; perfect fit, isn't it?"
The farmer's wife she kiss'd me kindly when i was paid; but ted and i said goodbye blindly, and no more said.
Why didn't uncle jed light his lantern?
Ned, are you a catholic?
Nor over-fed they in their merry mood, but set to hunt again, and through the wood scattered with eager pace, ere yet the sun had climbed to highest noon; for lo!
He got the key and opened it.
"letters of favor," though i have to wed her, i'd rather die a thousand times than use them.
I'll sit on the bed, if you don't mind."
He cleared his throat, "if i med make so bold, sir, meanin' no offence-" "what n-now?"
If anything came through, ed wanted to know about it.
These figures i entered in my note-book for further use, and sat down on an empty nail-keg to reflect.
He'd have come to your whistle-once.
For answer she glanced up and laughed, and he realized with a singular sense of loneliness that she knew many things which were beyond his ken.
When words are used they are few, fragmentary and generally eked out with vocables.
Only none of them led anywhere in particular.
Then he looked at john carvel, who grew very red in the pause which followed.
-biographical memoirs of william ged; including a particular account of his progress in the art of block-printing.