How to spell AFAIDE correctly?

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  • abide And-meaning no offence, sir-I can't abide being put off in this kind of way,-I must own!
  • afar He waited an hour; two hours; three hours; but the Serpent was always there, and even from afar one could see the flash of his red eyes and the column of smoke which rose from his long, pointed tail.
  • affair I'm simply sick over the whole affair.
  • afire He may have had some thought of their publication in later years, for once he wrote: Sometimes my feelings are so hot that I have to take the pen and put them out on paper to keep them from setting me afire inside; then all that ink and labor are wasted because I can't print the result.
  • afraid I am afraid Molly is going to look like it, too.
  • aid "Not to speak of your own aid," added Ned.
  • aide He was a Captain in the Genadier Guards, and he was aide-de-camp to the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland.
  • aided The truth is apprehended by faith, sometimes aided by revelation, or reason, or intuition, or spirit revelation.
  • amide The amide in this cheese can be a powerful antimicrobial agent.
  • aphid I saw a bunch of aphids on the leaf of my plant.
  • aside
  • avid
  • avoid I should avoid making small talk with him.
  • evade I was attempting to evade the question.
  • fad
  • fade The sun was fading, turning the sky from a deep orange to a deep pink.
  • fahd I first met Fahd at a friend's birthday party.
  • fate His fate was sealed the day he was born with a murderous spirit.
  • Availed This opportunity has already been availed.
  • Addie Moreover, when he entered, Addie had pounced upon him in her usual style, as if she had in him certain rights of possession.
  • Aida
  • Fido
  • AFDC The agency provides welfare to low-income families.

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