How to spell ACREITED correctly?

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  • Acceded The CEO acceded to the demands of the employees and agreed to increase their salaries.
  • Accosted She felt uneasy when she was accosted by the strange man on the street.
  • accredit The university was accredited by the Ministry of Education.
  • accredited
  • accredits The university accredits only those programs that meet their high standards.
  • accrued The interest on my savings account has accrued over the past six months.
  • acquired I acquired a new skill from my training.
  • acquitted The defendant was acquitted of all charges after the jury found him innocent.
  • acrid The acrid smell from the burnt popcorn filled the entire office.
  • acridity The acridity of the smoke filled the room, making it difficult to breathe.
  • Acted She acted surprised when she received the surprise party.
  • actuated The door's hinges were actuated by the child's weight.
  • aerated The water in the aquarium needs to be aerated to ensure that the fish have enough oxygen.
  • agreed After a long discussion, both parties finally agreed on the terms of the contract.
  • Crated
  • Created I created a masterpiece with my own hands.
  • credit He was always cautious with his credit.
  • curated The exhibit is curated by historians working in the field of early American art.
  • Erected The statue was erected to commemorate the town's founder.
  • exited The princess exited the building.
  • Greeted I was greeted by my friends at the airport.
  • Gritted
  • Recreated The artist recreated Van Gogh's "Starry Night" with a modern twist.
  • Recruited The recruiter has recruited many new members to the team.
  • Secreted The gland secreted a hormone that regulated the metabolic activity of the body.

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