How to spell BURNNED correctly?
When confronted with the common misspelling "burnned", here are some helpful suggestions to correct it. One option is to use the correct spelling "burned", which adheres to the standard rules of English. Alternatively, "burnt" is an acceptable variant commonly used in British English.
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List of suggestions on how to spell burnned correctly
- Binned I binned all of the old papers and magazines to make room for the new ones.
- Bunged I bunged up my elbow after falling off my bike.
- Bunked I bunked with my cousin during the family reunion last weekend.
- burdened I was burdened with shopping for Christmas presents.
- burled Samantha was wearing a Burled shirt.
- burned She can't believe what she just saw - her house has been burned down.
- burner The stovetop burner was so hot that it scorched my hand.
- burred After he burred the dog, he felt terrible.
- Dunned The landlord dunned the tenant for unpaid rent.
- gunned Gunned down in cold blood.
- Punned The student was punned by the teacher for wearing a shirt with a pun on it.
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