Correct spelling for KED

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Possible correct spellings for ked

  • We'd
  • Kid(Definition of kid)
  • 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?"

  • Ted(Definition of ted)
  • The farmer's wife she kiss'd me kindly when i was paid; but ted and i said goodbye blindly, and no more said.

  • Jed
  • Why didn't uncle jed light his lantern?

  • Ned
  • Ned, are you a catholic?

  • Fed(Definition of fed)
  • 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!

  • Key(Definition of key)
  • He got the key and opened it.

  • Qed(Definition of qed)
  • Wed(Definition of wed)
  • "letters of favor," though i have to wed her, i'd rather die a thousand times than use them.

  • Zed(Definition of zed)
  • Bed(Definition of bed)
  • I'll sit on the bed, if you don't mind."

  • Med
  • He cleared his throat, "if i med make so bold, sir, meanin' no offence-" "what n-now?"

  • Ed(Definition of ed)
  • If anything came through, ed wanted to know about it.

  • Keg(Definition of keg)
  • These figures i entered in my note-book for further use, and sat down on an empty nail-keg to reflect.

  • He'd
  • He'd have come to your whistle-once.

  • Ken(Definition of ken)
  • 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.

  • Eked
  • When words are used they are few, fragmentary and generally eked out with vocables.

  • Led(Definition of led)
  • Only none of them led anywhere in particular.

  • Red(Definition of red)
  • Then he looked at john carvel, who grew very red in the pause which followed.

  • Ged
  • -biographical memoirs of william ged; including a particular account of his progress in the art of block-printing.