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How to spell CARTD correctly?

If you've misspelled "cartd", there are a couple of possible correct suggestions. One could be "carted", the past tense of "cart", meaning to transport or move something in a cart. Alternatively, it could be "card", a common term referring to a rectangular piece of paper usually used for various purposes.

List of suggestions on how to spell cartd correctly

  • cad
  • canted The table leg was canted, causing the uneven surface.
  • carat
  • card I'd like to purchase a card.
  • Carded He was carded by the bouncer because he looked too young to be drinking.
  • cards I shuffled the cards and dealt them to the players.
  • Cared The nurse really cared for her patients and made sure they were comfortable.
  • caret I inserted a caret symbol into the document to indicate where the correction should be made.
  • carotid I have a carotid fever.
  • cart I loaded up the cart with groceries at the supermarket.
  • Carted He carted the bags of groceries from the car to the kitchen.
  • carter
  • carts Alice loaded her shopping carts with groceries.
  • cat A cat was sleeping on the bed.
  • Cato Cato the Censor is best known for his role in the Roman Republic.
  • CATT Catt's client list included several Hollywood A-listers.
  • catted Katie is wearing a hat that says " Catted.
  • Charted The team charted a new course toward success.
  • cord I accidentally tripped over the cord of my phone charger.
  • crt
  • curd I like to cook with butter and onions, but I sometimes use a little curd to give the dish a little extra flavor
  • curt I'm going to get you some sweets to apologize for being so curt.
  • dart He threw the dart at the bullseye and scored a perfect 100.
  • KART I drove a go-kart for the first time and it was exhilarating.
  • tart I prefer my apple tart with a creamy ice cream topping.

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