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Possible correct spellings for chaged

  • aged He seemed, somehow, to have aged since they had first met, a year ago, in Washington.
  • chad St. Chad was educated in Ireland in the school of St. Finian, where he acquired his training in book decoration.
  • chafed Nevertheless, it chafed him.
  • chained So a strong cord was put round Queenie's waist, and fastened to one of the rings in the little house where Tom used to be chained.
  • changed Then he changed his mind.
  • chapped The scowman's clothes were in shreds, and, as he lifted his right arm, Brimbecomb saw the chapped red flesh, strapped to the rusted iron hook.
  • chard The accepted name for all beet cultivars, like chard, sugar beet and beetroot, is Beta vulgaris subsp.
  • charge What exactly is the matter with your charge?"
  • charged He felt, all over, as if he were holding a charged wire.
  • charger When they reached the Red Sea, and the ship rolled less, Ranjoor Singh and his trooper went to most extraordinary lengths to keep the charger in condition.
  • charmed I am all the more charmed with them when they come.
  • charred "Sure, but anyway I never use chalk for scout signs; I use charred wood.
  • chased Because his wild ancestors chased rabbits.
  • checked Mostyn seemed about to speak, but a tremor of rising emotion checked him.
  • cheeked It was a sparkling morning like to-day's, and they had spoken of the old school days before Mr. Shandon sent his two sons to the East to school, of the time when she was eight and he was fifteen and he had "licked" a boy whom she did not like but who was stubborn in vowing that the little girl should eat a red cheeked apple he had brought her.
  • choked
  • shagged
  • Cadged Abdul Hakkim obediently sat down and crossed his legs, starting to light the second of the very bad cigarettes that he had cadged.
  • Caged Without looking right or left, the "Doctor" walks northward, raising his hat as he passes the caged and cheering crowd in Palace Yard.
  • Caked Presently there burst out of the thicket two ruffians, with rags torn and bespattered, caked with summer's dust and mildewed by winter's rain.
  • Chaffed She laughed whimsically at my almost emotional leave-taking of a total stranger, and chaffed me about it when we got outside.
  • Chaired The CBCDG is a working group of 27 central banks and note printing authorities, and is chaired by Thomas Jordan, the chairman of the Swiss National Bank.
  • Chalked To remain in his lodgings and at his club was not in accord with that better path in life which he had chalked out for himself.
  • Charted "In what way did you discover that this cave had been charted?"
  • Chatted We chatted quietly on trivial subjects.
  • Cheated "We did buy seven hundred acres across up yonder, and paid for it; but they cheated us out of it.
  • Chocked
  • Paged
  • Raged
  • Sharked
  • Waged
  • Charges The mother b'ar, full of s'licitoode to save her offspring turns, an' charges Dave; tharupon Dave downs her, an' young Bowlaigs becomes a orphan an' a pris'ner on the spot.
  • chucked
  • CHGE
  • chugged
  • shacked

37 words made from the letters chaged

3 letter words made from chaged:

ade, dag, aec, gad, ace, age, hcg, cad, hag, ecg, dec, gca, adh, dah.

4 letter words made from chaged:

cage, haeg, chad, ache, gach, aged, head, deah, edah, ehad, dghc, cade, deca, each, dace, dagh.

5 letter words made from chaged:

chade, chega, cadge, gache, geach, echad, gehad.

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