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How to spell AITED correctly?

If you meant to write "waited", "baited" or "rated", these are all possible suggestions for the misspelling "aited". Double-check the context of your sentence to determine which word makes the most sense.

List of suggestions on how to spell aited correctly

  • Abated The storm abated just as we were about to lose power.
  • abed As she lay abed, she heard a strange noise coming from the hallway.
  • ACED I aced my exam and got the highest score in the class.
  • Acted The mafia boss acted out of greed.
  • added I added sugar to my coffee to sweeten it.
  • aged The aged cheese had a strong flavor that lingered on the palate.
  • aid The UN provided aid to the refugees who were displaced by the war.
  • aide The teacher's aide helped the students with their homework.
  • aided The new technology aided in the students' understanding of the complex concepts.
  • Ailed She is Ailed and needs your help.
  • Aimed The basketball player aimed for the hoop and made the shot.
  • aired
  • ante Before playing poker, each player had to put in an ante.
  • anted I anted up for the poker game, hoping to win big.
  • Aped The creature was aped from a human.
  • ate
  • attend
  • Audited The company has been audited for the last three years.
  • awaited The eagerly awaited movie finally hit theaters and did not disappoint.
  • awed The audience was awed by the acrobat's dangerous stunts.
  • Baited The fisherman baited his hook with worms before casting his line into the water.
  • bated I was waiting with bated breath to hear the outcome of the election.
  • Batted
  • Carted He carted the boxes of books to his new apartment.
  • catted
  • Cited The teacher cited multiple sources in his research paper to support his hypothesis.
  • Darted After she had her drink, she waved at the boys and Darted toward the exit.
  • dated The furniture in my grandmother's house is very dated.
  • Died He died of a heart attack at the age of 32.
  • Dieted She's been on a dieted for two months.
  • edited I edited my essay three times before submitting it for grading.
  • FARTED I apologized to my friends because I accidentally farted during our meeting.
  • fated It seemed as though she was fated to always encounter trouble.
  • Fitted She felt confident in the dress as it fitted her perfectly.
  • Gated A gated community is a subdivision of a community which has a restricted entrance.
  • Girted As the team Girted up for the race, they could feel the excitement building.
  • hated
  • hatted The hatted gentleman tipped his hat to the lady passing by.
  • iced I prefer my coffee iced rather than hot.
  • item I need to pick up an item from the grocery store.
  • kited The company kited its financial statements to show a positive outlook.
  • mated The two animals were mated, and they had a baby.
  • matted The dog's fur was so matted that the groomer had to shave it off completely.
  • opted He opted for a quiet night in instead of going out with his friends.
  • outed I was embarrassed when my parents outed me to my whole school.
  • parted After saying goodbye, we parted ways and went our separate directions.
  • Patted She patted her dog's head and scratched behind his ears.
  • Pitied She pitied the stray dog shivering in the rain.
  • pitted The cherry had already been pitted, making it easier to eat.
  • Raided The police department raided the warehouse and seized a large quantity of illegal drugs.
  • Rated
  • Ratted I have had it with your ratted-out behavior!
  • Rioted The protesters rioted when they refused to leave the park.
  • sated I was so sated after the delicious meal that I couldn't stomach anything else.
  • Sited The statue was sited in the center of the square.
  • suited He wasn't suited for a medical career because he couldn't handle the sight of blood.
  • tatted He had a Tatted Panda on his shoulder.
  • ted
  • tied I need to be tied to my chair so I don't get up and leave the meeting.
  • united We are all united under one flag.
  • Vatted I vatted the dog before I left.
  • Waited I waited outside of the restaurant for my friend to arrive.
  • Whited
  • Witted She was quick-witted enough to come up with a witty response on the spot.

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