How to spell CAISED correctly?

If you've accidentally typed "caised" instead of the intended word, there are a few possible correct suggestions. It may be "raised", "caused", "ceased" or "braised", depending on the context. Double-check the meaning you intended to convey to determine the most appropriate correction.

List of suggestions on how to spell caised correctly

  • based
  • cached The browser cached the website's images, enabling faster loading times upon subsequent visits.
  • Cadged I cadged this coat from my brother.
  • Caged
  • Caked She looked like she had been caked in makeup.
  • called She called out to her friend across the room.
  • Caned
  • canned I bought some canned corn from the store for dinner.
  • Canoed A canoed boat sped downstream.
  • CAPED He wore a caped costume to the superhero-themed costume party.
  • capped The bottle was tightly capped to prevent any spills.
  • Carded I'm going to pick up my carded items at the store.
  • Cared She always cared deeply for her best friend.
  • Carped I carped the diem and applied for the job I always wanted.
  • Carted She carted the heavy boxes from the storage room to the truck.
  • carved
  • case I have a case of water bottles in my car.
  • cased
  • cases The cases are piled up on the table.
  • Casey Casey called her mother to wish her a happy birthday.
  • cashed
  • catted
  • cause Smoking can cause serious health problems like lung cancer and heart disease.
  • Caused I caused the meltdown.
  • Causer
  • causes Smoking causes a range of health problems, including lung cancer and heart disease.
  • Caved I caved and bought the expensive purse I've been wanting.
  • Cawed The crows cawed continuously in the empty courtyard.
  • Ceased The thunderstorm ceased a few minutes ago.
  • chased After the animals chased one another around for a while, they all fell asleep.
  • Classed The book is classed as a classic of literature.
  • closed The store was closed because it was too dark outside.
  • coiled The snake had coiled its body around the tree's trunk.
  • Coined The term "cyberspace" was coined by science fiction author William Gibson.
  • Cried She cried tears of joy when she found out she passed her final exams.
  • Cruised While we cruised the river, we watched the riverboats go by.
  • cursed The old castle was believed to be cursed and no one dared to enter it.
  • cussed She cussed at him when he couldn't fix the sink.
  • eased
  • Gained I've gained a lot of knowledge from reading books.
  • Gassed I gassed my house with helium to clean it.
  • jailed The criminal was jailed for fifteen years for his heinous crime.
  • kaiser The kaiser was surprised and displeased by the news.
  • liaised I liaised with the PR team to get the announcement out.
  • massed The hordes of zombies were massed at the door.
  • Noised The construction site noised through the night, keeping me awake.
  • Parsed The program successfully parsed the data from the file.
  • Passed Passed her driving test today!
  • Paused After she paused, I asked her what was wrong.
  • poised She stands poised and alert, her hand resting easily on her hip.
  • raised Peter is getting raised by mom and dad this weekend.
  • sassed Steve was so sassed at Tim for coming over without calling that he pushed him.
  • wised The older I get, the more wised I become about the importance of saving for retirement.

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  • apologized
  • apologizes
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