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How to spell CARREES correctly?

If you find yourself mistyping "carrees", you may be aiming for "carries" or "careers" instead. "Carries" refers to transporting or holding something, while "careers" refer to one's profession or vocation. Double-check your spelling to convey the intended meaning accurately.

List of suggestions on how to spell carrees correctly

  • agrees She agrees with everything he says, even when she doesn't believe it herself.
  • cadres I need to get my cadres in order before tomorrow's meeting.
  • careens The drunk driver careens down the road, putting everyone's lives in danger.
  • career I am hoping to pursue a career in medicine in the future.
  • careers
  • cares
  • caress She leaned in to caress his cheek, feeling the roughness of his stubble under her fingertips.
  • caries Untreated caries in the teeth can lead to dental complications.
  • carrels The library had private carrels for individual study.
  • Carrie Her name is Carrie, and she is the most Carrie-like person I know.
  • Carriers The carriers deliver the shipments to the customer.
  • Carries She always carries a book with her wherever she goes.
  • Crees Crees might be able to help us find our way back home.
  • curries

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