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Correct spelling: read

Definition of read:

  1. Versed in books: learned.
  2. To utter aloud what is written or printed; to peruse; to discover and understand by signs; to study; to learn by observation.
  3. To perform the act of reading; to be studious; to learn by reading; to stand written.

Read \read\

Read as a girl's name (also used as boy's name Read), is a variant of Reed (Old English), and the meaning of Read is "red-haired".
rad, Reyd, Redd, reid, Reade.
reed, reid, Reade, Reide.

Google Ngram Viewer results for read:

This graph shows how "read" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Quotes for read:

  1. I'm thirty years old, but I read at the thirty -four -year -old level.
  2. If I read a book that impresses me, I have to take myself firmly by the hand, before I mix with other people; otherwise they would think my mind rather queer.
  3. Every book is a children's book if the kid can read!
  4. When I'm working on something, I proceed as if no one else will ever read it.
  5. I read while the kids play. I can see them from the kitchen window. And I'm a fast reader.

Rhymes for read:

  1. ned, recede, ted, brede, cede, shaheed, bed, freda, mislead, reed, proceed, deed, bled, leed, tweed, jed, plead, misdeed, thread, nead, breed, secede, meade, wed, feed, precede, creed, red, hamid, indeed, unwed, steed, fed, lead, sled, kneed, fred, spread, fried, sped, sneed, screed, mead, heed, unread, impede, lipide, ede, teed, bleed, we'd, fled, waleed, rasheed, bread, freed, skied, ged, said, swede, reid, she'd, swed, he'd, bede, snead, dede, saeed, reade, bred, pled, fede, greed, ed, unsaid, shed, med, succeed, knead, misread, speed, stampede, walid, retread, tread, dead, wied, led, rashid, head, dred, widespread, supersede, redd, wedd, dread, weed, friede, reread, stead, shred, zed, reseed, keyed, bead, seed, need;
  2. embed, agreed, behead, exceed, purebred, degreed, decreed, imbed, concede, instead, accede, misled, adread, abed, ahead, gilead, elide;
  3. overfeed, disagreed, intercede, thoroughbred, overhead, interbred, infrared, overfed, guaranteed, biomed, aristide;