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Correct spelling for RIED

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Possible correct spellings for ried

  • Dried
  • I asked him how he had managed to eat the dried bear's meat, being very sure that he had not touched any of the birds he had caught.

  • Fried
  • "de fus' litter o' biscuits is raidy to slide in de stove, en de chicken en trout is fried brown.

  • Lied
  • They said he betrayed his friend-but they-all lied.

  • Pied
  • The burmese pied myna.

  • Red
  • Pauline felt herself turning red.

  • Reed
  • They will snap a spear shaft as easily as if it were a reed.

  • Reid
  • Birth of oriental art - robert reid belonging to the preceding group of eight pictures by the same artist.

  • Rid
  • They think they can get rid of us all, but they....

  • Ride
  • But you didn't ask me to ride all these miles in to-to say just all these nice things to me, gordon?

  • Riel
  • In 1870 the indian unrest known as the first riel rebellion had occurred, but this amounted to little more than a joy jaunt for the troops under lord wolseley to red river.

  • Riled
  • Only the lake riled for a few furlongs off shore an' kinder humpin' up in the middle.

  • Rimed
  • Andrew flourished naturally in scotland, its commonest derivative being anderson, while dendy is for the rimed form dandy.

  • Rind
  • Fruit with leathery rind, about size of small apple, packed with seeds, each imbedded in a small amount of crisp, juicy pulp.

  • Tied
  • Two divisions, three inches apart, were made along the top of the head, and the lock of hair between these was combed, stiffened with a bandoline made from the uvario japonica, raised two inches from the forehead, turned back, tied, and pinned to the back hair.

  • Tried
  • I tried to be reproachful.

  • Died
  • A mither knows her ain boy, an' if it's peter junior, it's peter junior, and richard kildene's died.

  • Hied
  • I'll ne'er forget them since what day each wight hied and withdrew fro' me his well-loved sight and yet i weep this parting-blow to dree.

  • Rued
  • Thereat laughed they all right jocundly only young stephen and sir leopold which never durst laugh too open by reason of a strange humour which he would not bewray and also for that he rued for her that bare whoso she might be or wheresoever.

  • Vied
  • I was courted by the neighbourin farmers, wha vied wi' ane anither for my hand and my affections; but, as a prophet has nae credit in his ain country, sae neeborin lovers were little respeckit.

  • Cried
  • "if only there'd been someone here to help us," she cried passionately.

  • Pried
  • The commandant took the tools from him and easily pried open the lid, for the scantling was light, almost flimsy.

  • Rived
  • I was that stupefied i hae nae recollection what happened after this, till i found mysel' sticking in the middle o' a brier-bush, wi' my breeks rived the way you see, and poor old 'meg' smashed in bits-de'el be in her skin that did it.

  • Croppings
  • 15 behold, a man found in a certain field the croppings of a wondrous mine of gold, and he went forth and sold his home and all he had and bought the field; then he rejoiced in wealth.

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