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Correct spelling for RIDICOUS
We think the word ridicous 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 ridicous
- Ridicule(Definition of ridicule)
- Radius(Definition of radius)
- Riotous(Definition of riotous)
- Raucous(Definition of raucous)
- Ridiculous(Definition of ridiculous)
People ridicule the choice of rais mustapha in the purchase of the camel, and say she will never carry me to soudan.
When they reached it aska and beric at once began to mark out a semicircle, with a radius of some fifty yards, on the river bank.
Her father and mother were not at all young, and having neither brothers nor sisters to play with, mary naturally knew and felt little of the riotous gaiety of a child.
Suddenly, there came to his ears the voices of women, mingled with broom's suppressed but always raucous tones.
To london, to take part in these riots.
He felt that prudence and a steady head had kept him from making himself ridiculous.
Only let him remember that most of the minute details with which the excellent critics deal are not really of the very slightest importance.
There was something grateful to abel newt in the wide sphere and complicated relations of the political capital, of which the atmosphere was one of intrigue, and which was built over the mines and countermines of selfishness.
In a soft, spanish-accented kind of drawl, menendez said: "just picked up two important radios, sir."