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How to spell BOPED correctly?

Possible correct suggestions for the misspelling "boped" could be "bopped", "bestowed", "boded" or "bop" depending on the intended meaning. It is important to double-check spelling and context to ensure the correct word is used.

List of suggestions on how to spell boped correctly

  • Aped The student aped his teacher's mannerisms so convincingly that his colleagues thought he was being sarcastic.
  • baaed As a sheep, he baaed loudly when he saw the others in the field.
  • bed I always make sure to wash my sheets before getting into bed.
  • beeped The horn beeped.
  • biped
  • bipeds Humans and kangaroos are both bipeds, meaning they walk on two legs.
  • Bled I accidentally bled on my shirt when I cut my finger.
  • board
  • Boated We boated in the harbor at sunset.
  • Bobbed
  • bod My golf club is in the bag, it's called the bod.
  • bode The dark clouds on the horizon bode a coming storm.
  • Boded Boded is an archaic word meaning "suffered" or "endured.
  • Bodged He bodged the repair job and it ended up causing more damage than before.
  • bodied
  • Bogged
  • boiled
  • bold She likes to be very bold in everything she does.
  • bond This film has a strong bond between the characters.
  • boned The chef carefully boned the chicken to prepare it for cooking.
  • booed The audience booed when the singer refused to sing their favorite song.
  • booked After being booked for shoplifting, she had no choice but to go to jail.
  • Boomed He was boomed by his teammates after his brilliant play.
  • booted After his argument with his boss, he was booted from the office.
  • Boozed
  • bop She put on some music and began to bop to the beat.
  • bopped I bopped her on the head with a coconut.
  • BOPS I went to the ballgame last night and saw the BOPS batting practice.
  • bored I am feeling so bored with nothing to do.
  • Bossed She bossed her siblings around, making sure they did their homework and cleaned their rooms.
  • bowed After apologizing for spilling his coffee, the boy bowed his head.
  • Bowled I was really bowled over when he asked me to marry him.
  • boxed
  • Boyd The Boyd home was featured on a popular show about fixing up old homes.
  • Bred I bred a champion rabbit.
  • Bumped I was bumped by someone on my way to work.
  • Buoyed Despite the difficult circumstances, the team was buoyed by the unwavering support of their fans.
  • Cooped The children were cooped up in the house all day due to the heavy rain outside.
  • Coped Despite the challenges and setbacks, she coped with the stress and managed to get through the day.
  • copied I copied the document onto my hard drive.
  • Copped Tommy Copped the football from behind and ran it in for a touchdown.
  • doped The horse was doped to improve its performance.
  • Hooped The basketball player hooped the ball into the hoop.
  • Hoped I hoped I wouldn't run into her again.
  • Hopped I hopped out of bed and went outside.
  • looped I looped around the block a few times to see if I could spot her.
  • Loped
  • lopped He lopped off the lower branches of the tree to make it easier to mow around.
  • moped I'm going to borrow my friend's moped to ride to the store.
  • Mopped I mopped the kitchen floor so it would be clean for cooking.
  • OPED
  • Pooped I am feeling exhausted and pooped after completing my final exams.
  • Popped I was so tired that I popped an accomplishment pill to help me sleep.
  • Roped My friend and I were roped together for safety.
  • Soaped I soaped my hands thoroughly to ensure that they were clean.
  • Sopped I sopped up the spilled coffee with a paper towel.
  • Sped
  • topped I topped my ice cream with sprinkles and whipped cream.

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