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How to spell ALOAD correctly?

If you mistakenly typed "aload", there could be a few correct alternatives. One option may be "a load", expressing the idea of a burden or heavy task. Another possibility is "aloud", meaning to speak or read something audibly. Additionally, "alert" could be a suitable choice, referring to being attentive or watchful.

List of suggestions on how to spell aload correctly

  • aboard The passengers were all aboard the cruise ship ready for their week-long journey at sea.
  • afloat After a lot of financial struggles, their business is finally managing to stay afloat.
  • ala
  • Alan Alan loves to read books in his free time.
  • alar The alar cartilage forms the lateral wall of the nostril.
  • alas Alas, the ship has sunk.
  • Alba Alba is a Latin word meaning "white", which is why many albino animals have that name.
  • ALCOA The company ALCOA is known for its production of aluminum.
  • Aldan
  • Alford Alford is a city in the state of Maine.
  • alga Alga is a primitive aquatic plant that lacks the complex reproductive and other structures of higher plants.
  • alkyd The painters used an alkyd-based paint for its durability and resistance to weathering.
  • allah
  • allay I tried to allay his fears by reassuring him that everything would be okay.
  • Alma The Alma Mater of the University of Oregon is a white marble structure on campus.
  • aloe A healing plant found in warm climates, aloe vera oil is used to treat skin conditions and burns.
  • aloft The hot air balloon soared aloft towards the blue sky.
  • aloha Aloha, a warm and affectionate Hawaiian greeting, is often accompanied by a lei.
  • aloud
  • Alta I am planning a ski trip to Alta, Utah with my friends next winter.
  • altar Kevin deposited his offering of flowers on the altar.
  • Alva Alva was one of the most influential women of the early 20th century.
  • armload I brought an armload of books home from the library.
  • ballad She sung a ballad of heartsbreak.
  • carload I bought a carload of apples.
  • clad I clad in my finest clothing.
  • clod He clumsily stepped on the clod and stumbled forward.
  • glad I am so glad that I get to spend the weekend with my best friend!
  • Haloed The sun haloed the mountain peak with a golden glow.
  • iliad "The Iliad is a poem written by the ancient Greek poet Homer that tells the story of the final weeks of the Trojan War.
  • lad Do you have a lad with you?
  • lead I wish we could just lead the horses away.
  • lloyd Lloyd was up early for work.
  • load
  • lord The lord of the castle was glad to see his visitors.
  • loud The music was so loud that it was shaking the walls.
  • Loyd Loyd is my best friend's name.
  • payload The payload is what's inside the bomb.
  • plod The horse began to plod slowly down the dirt path.
  • reload I need to reload the printer with paper.
  • salad I am going to have a Caesar salad for lunch.
  • unload
  • upload I can upload my pictures to my computer.
  • Vlad He is known as Vlad the Impaler.

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