Correct spelling for SPWED

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Possible correct spellings for spwed

  • Spud(Definition of spud)
  • Here, where i put my spud-a bright blue line!

  • Sewed
  • "my mother sewed them into my petticoat," she continued with a growing reluctance against parting with them.

  • Sapwood(Definition of sapwood)
  • If the sapwood is thin, and the bark is so thick as to put great obstacles in the way of the junction of the upper and lower cambiums, death may result-the tree is permanently ringed.

  • Sopped(Definition of Sopped)
  • And as the floor was rather dry, we got the water-jug, and slooshed it all about the room and simply sopped the rug.

  • Sowed
  • We've sowed the seed.

  • Speedy(Definition of speedy)
  • As he appeared upon the balcony he was so pleased with his speedy return and the happy termination of his business in town, that he did not observe the frown upon his wife's brow.

  • Sawed
  • The athenians brought up to them a ship of ten thousand talents burden furnished with wooden turrets and screens, and fastened ropes round the piles from their boats, wrenched them up and broke them, or dived down and sawed them in two.

  • Sped(Definition of Sped)
  • Half-way to the main-floor, the elevator sped upward to answer her bell....

  • Sapped
  • In measure as the vitality of pagan rome was sapped, into the inert and decaying mass there penetrated gradually the two new life-currents of a new religion and a new blood.

  • Spewed
  • At five minutes to three the vaults spewed forth a squirt of roysterers who walked on the pavement as on a tight-rope; among them was the bandsman, his silver instrument only half enveloped in its bag of green serge.

  • Spade(Definition of spade)
  • "yes, i can," he replied very slowly, and turning away his face leant a hand on the spade beside him.

  • Swede(Definition of swede)
  • One of the newer guards, a giant swede named jenssen, stopped him.

  • Spawned
  • Naturally, the queen ships wouldn't be dependent on the nerve-center of the hive that had spawned them; for each of them carried within itself the full-grown robot brain, the nucleus of a new hive....

  • Spewer
  • Spied
  • Pawed(Definition of Pawed)
  • She did this a second time, and still finding that the cubs did not follow, she went round and pawed them with great tenderness.

  • Supped(Definition of Supped)
  • Speed(Definition of speed)
  • "but anything you can do to speed it up-" "i understand," leibowitz said.

  • Sipped
  • Duncombe leaned back in his chair and sipped his port thoughtfully.

  • Swed
  • Spend(Definition of spend)
  • So where were we to spend the night?