Correct spelling for SUCEEDE

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Possible correct spellings for suceede

  • Cede(Definition of cede)
  • On the 6th of june 1801 portugal signed the treaty of badajoz, by which she promised to cede olivenza, almeida, and some other fortresses to spain, and to close her ports against england.

  • Recede(Definition of recede)
  • And vance blessed the dimness of the hall, for he could feel the blood recede from his face and the sweat stand on his forehead.

  • Seeded(Definition of seeded)
  • Brown this morning is writing some spenserian stanzas against mrs., miss brawne and me; so i shall amuse myself with him a little: in the manner of spenser- he is to weet a melancholy carle thin in the waist, with bushy head of hair as hath the seeded thistle when in parle it holds the zephyr, ere it sendeth fair its light balloons into the summer air thereto his beard had not begun to bloom no brush had touch'd his chin or razor sheer no care had touch'd his cheek with mortal doom, but new he was and bright as scarf from persian loom.

  • Suzette
  • Supersede(Definition of supersede)
  • Secede(Definition of secede)
  • The result of the whole is, that any state may secede at pleasure; that any state may resist a law which she herself may choose to say exceeds the power of congress; and that, as a sovereign power, she may redress her own grievances, by her own arm, at her own discretion.

  • Sucked
  • Soused(Definition of soused)
  • Seeds
  • Just like an open wound that forever bleeds Like an open plain in scattered seeds

    – Bite The Hand by abc
  • Succeed(Definition of succeed)
  • If I fail, if I succeed At least I will live as I believe

    – Greatest Love of All by Mel B
  • Suede(Definition of suede)
  • Sued
  • Sauced
  • Sourced
  • Secedes
  • Seedy(Definition of seedy)
  • Seeder(Definition of seeder)
  • Seceded
  • Seed(Definition of seed)
  • As stated, it can be readily prevented by treating the seed.