Correct spelling for VAID

We think the word vaid 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 vaid

  • Avid(Definition of avid)
  • There was not even any necessity for using any particular charm or seduction, the young woman was so avid of pleasure, that she was pretty sure to show favour to any one.

  • Maid(Definition of maid)
  • You and your maid go with me.

  • Paid(Definition of paid)
  • It is paid already.

  • Said(Definition of said)
  • "don't let's call," said ingeborg.

  • Valid(Definition of valid)
  • But i do not think it is valid from the standpoint of the lover.

  • Aid(Definition of aid)
  • "it's part of first aid," explained tom quietly, as he rose; "i learned how at temple camp."

  • Void(Definition of void)
  • Giovanni's heart was tempered thus; he could not give out that sublime charity of which he humbly and sadly acknowledged himself to be void.

  • Vain(Definition of vain)
  • I've seemed indifferent, peggy, i know, but in my heart i was vain.

  • Raid(Definition of raid)
  • He told us that grierson's yankee raid had captured him about three weeks ago.

  • Laid(Definition of laid)
  • He received these things, or rather suffered them to be put upon him, and laid down by him, without losing a bit of his gravity, speaking one word, or turning his head either to the right or left; sitting the whole time like a statue; in which situation i left him to return on board, and he soon after retired.

  • Vapid(Definition of vapid)
  • Idle loungers passing these patriarchal groups, on their way to a vapid french breakfast at a restaurant, catch the fragrance of the olla and the chatter of the family, and envy the dinner of herbs with love.