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How to spell CHEIF correctly?

If you often misspell "cheif", don't worry, it happens to the best of us. To help you get it right, remember that the correct spelling is "chief". Just keep an eye out for that extra "e". And voila, you'll never misspell it again!

List of suggestions on how to spell cheif correctly

  • CERF My neighbor went on a CERF hunting trip in Canada last fall.
  • chaff The farmers had to separate the wheat kernels from the chaff.
  • chain The bike's chain needs to be oiled.
  • chair I sat on a comfortable chair while I waited for my appointment.
  • Che Che Guevara was a famous revolutionary in Cuba.
  • cheap I found a really cheap lunch special at the new restaurant down the street.
  • cheat He was caught trying to cheat on the test by using his phone.
  • check I need to check my calendar to see if I am available that day.
  • cheek She kissed him on the cheek as a sign of affection.
  • cheep
  • cheer I cheer for my favorite team every time they play.
  • chef
  • chefs The chefs in the kitchen were busy preparing for the dinner rush.
  • CHEM I studied Chem in college and became a chemical engineer.
  • CHEMO After analyzing her condition, the oncologist prescribed a regime of chemo to treat her cancer.
  • Chen
  • Cheri I bought a box of Cheri chocolates for my mom's birthday.
  • Cherie
  • chert The ancient arrowheads were made of chert, a type of hard rock.
  • chess I enjoy playing chess with my friends on the weekends.
  • chevy I used to drive a Chevy Impala, but now I drive a Honda Civic.
  • chew I always chew my food thoroughly to aid in digestion.
  • chewy The steak was so chewy that I had trouble swallowing it.
  • chi She started practicing Tai Chi to improve her balance and flexibility.
  • chic She always looks so chic with her stylish outfits and perfectly coiffed hair.
  • chief
  • chin
  • chip
  • CHIS
  • chit I received a chit from my friend to get a free coffee at the coffee shop.
  • choir The church choir is practicing for the upcoming concert.
  • coif The queen's coif was elegantly adorned with pearls and feathers.
  • Leif Leif was excited to visit his grandparents in Norway this summer.
  • sheaf He picked up a sheaf of papers from his desk and began to sort through them.
  • sheik The sheik was angry with the driver.
  • shelf I organized my books on the shelf alphabetically.

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