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How to spell CAPED correctly?

If you mistakenly typed "caped" instead of the word you intended, here are some potential suggestions. If you wanted to say "captured", "escaped" or "crapped", these alternatives might clarify your message. Remember to proofread carefully for accurate spelling to avoid misunderstandings.

List of suggestions on how to spell caped correctly

  • Aped Aped is a gorilla troop located in the Cincinnati Zoo.
  • Caged The caged bird sings poorly.
  • Caked After hours of baking, the cake was caked in icing.
  • Camped The group had camped overnight near the abandoned town.
  • Caned The student was caned by the headmaster for misbehaving.
  • cape She wrapped her cape tighter around her shoulders to ward off the cold sea breeze.
  • CAPED
  • Capek In "The General", by Czech playwright Karel Capek, the future is ruled by a totalitarian state that is based
  • caper The famous chef incorporated a caper into his signature dish for a punch of tangy flavor.
  • capes The superheroes donned their capes and flew off into the night to save the city.
  • capet
  • capped She capped off her pasta with a sprinkle of Parmesan cheese.
  • CAPT
  • Cared She really cared for her elderly neighbor and visited her every day.
  • Carped I was interested in submitting my project, but they said it needed to be in Carped format.
  • carpet I spilled some coffee on the carpet and now it's stained.
  • cased The police officer cased the building before entering.
  • Caved I caved and ordered pizza for dinner.
  • Cawed I always crack up when my aunt Cawed one of her infamous jokes.
  • Cooped I felt cooped up inside during quarantine.
  • Coped Despite facing extreme hardships, she coped well and never gave up.
  • copied I copied the instructions from the manual to make sure I did the task correctly.
  • Copped He copped a feel of her arm as they walked by each other.
  • CPD I plan on attending a CPD course next month to further enhance my skills.
  • cupid She received a card with a Cupid symbol on it.
  • Cupped She cupped her hands around the warm mug of coffee on the chilly morning.
  • Gaped The rabbit gaped as the snake slithered closer.
  • japed I japed with my friends about how bad my dance moves were.
  • raped
  • taped She taped the note to the mirror.

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