Misspelling dictionary
  • Spellcheck dictionary
  • Misspelling dictionary

How to spell CED correctly?

If you have mistakenly spelled "ced" instead of the intended word, let's consider some accurate suggestions. Depending on the context, the correct word could be "cede" meaning to surrender, "seed" referring to a plant's reproductive part, "said" as a past tense of say or "fed" meaning to provide food. Proofreading can help avoid such errors.

List of suggestions on how to spell ced correctly

  • ACED ACED is an acronym for "Advanced Camera for Surveys".
  • bed I like to tuck myself into bed early.
  • cad He's a two-faced cad who's always causing trouble.
  • cd My computer has a CD in it.
  • ce
  • cede The government may cede some of its power to local authorities.
  • ceo My business is run by a CEO.
  • Cid The pilot of the aircraft, Cid Highwind, is looking for a female dragon who has the power to save the world
  • COD I'll see you at the gaming convention, cod!
  • COED I enjoy attending coed parties because it's an opportunity to meet new people from different backgrounds.
  • CPD CPD stands for "copy prevention program.
  • cred His impeccable background and reputation gave him a lot of cred in the business world.
  • cud
  • CUED The cued word was not recognized.
  • ed I really liked the movies that my friend recommended, so I binge-watched them all and now I'm completely ed-ucated on the subject.
  • fed I was going to give my cat some food, but it had already been fed.
  • Ged My dad used to read Ged books to me when I was a kid.
  • iced Iced coffee is the perfect drink for a hot day.
  • Jed Jed is my uncle's name.
  • led The teacher led the students on a tour of the museum.
  • med
  • Ned Ned enjoys playing the guitar in his spare time.
  • qed I have successfully proven the theorem and thus, qed.
  • red She wore a stunning red dress to the party.
  • ted
  • wed We will wed next year in a romantic seaside ceremony.
  • zed In America, the letter "zed" is known as "zee".

Misspelling of the day


  • atrocious
  • atropos
  • attrition
  • iterations
  • nutritious