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How to spell CHARES correctly?

The correct spelling for the misspelling "chares" could be "charms". This word refers to objects or patterns that are believed to bring luck or protection. "Chares" can also be mistakenly written for "cares", which conveys concern or worries. Proofreading and using spell-check tools can help in avoiding such errors.

List of suggestions on how to spell chares correctly

  • ares
  • cares She cares deeply about the environment and is passionate about finding ways to protect it.
  • caress
  • caries If left untreated, caries can lead to tooth decay and even tooth loss.
  • chafes The tag on my shirt always chafes my neck.
  • chairs There are ten chairs in the conference room.
  • chaos The classroom was in chaos after the fire alarm went off.
  • charades We played a fun game of charades last night with our friends.
  • chargers
  • Charges The police have filed charges against the suspect in connection with the robbery.
  • charier She's rather plucky for her age and absolutely charier than most kids her age.
  • chariest I thought the chariest thing I'd ever do was jump out of an airplane, but now I'm scared of heights
  • charles Charles is a great name.
  • charmers I can't believe he actually slept with the whole charmers Club.
  • charms She wore a bracelet adorned with various charms that represented different memories and milestones.
  • Chars The programmer used a special set of chars to encode the data.
  • charters Earl Nightingale issued charters to establish the hospitals.
  • charts The charts indicate a significant fall in the company's profits.
  • chary The new employee was chary of making suggestions during the meeting.
  • chase Saturday morning I woke up to the sound of Chase barking.
  • chases The police officer chases the suspect through the crowded streets.
  • chore Since she was born, she's been a chore for her parents.
  • chores I have to do chores before dinner.
  • chorus The chorus of the song was so catchy that it was stuck in my head all day.
  • Chris Chris is a talented musician who plays the guitar with passion.
  • hares In the meadow, there were several hares hopping around.
  • share Please share your dinner with me.
  • sharers The sharers of the lottery winnings decided to split the money evenly among themselves.
  • shares He sells his shares in the company each year.
  • Shires The Shires is a historic district in western Massachusetts.
  • shores The waves crashed onto the shores, making a beautiful sound.

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