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How to spell CHIDDER correctly?

The correct spelling for "chidder" could be "chitter" or "chatter" depending on the intended meaning. "Chitter" refers to the sound made by small animals such as birds or rodents. "Chatter" refers to a constant talking or unimportant conversation. Both options are valid corrections for the misspelling.

List of suggestions on how to spell chidder correctly

  • Bidder Only one bidder showed up to the auction, making the process relatively quick and easy.
  • Cheddar I love using cheddar cheese in my mac and cheese recipe.
  • Chicer The new boutique in town has chicer clothing options than the department store.
  • Chide When the child misbehaved, the teacher would chide him for his actions.
  • Chided My mom chided me for forgetting to take out the trash.
  • Chides My mother often chides me for leaving the house in a messy state.
  • Chiefer
  • Chigger I hate going on picnics because there are always chiggers that bite me.
  • Chiller The chiller in the basement is responsible for keeping the entire building cool during the hot summer months.
  • Chimer
  • Chipper Despite hurting his leg, he remained chipper and determined to finish the race.
  • Chowder I love to enjoy a warm bowl of chowder on a cold winter day.
  • Chunder
  • Cider During fall, many people enjoy drinking warm cider while sitting around a bonfire.
  • Cinder As the clock struck midnight, Cinder fled the magnificent ball, leaving behind her glass slipper.
  • Hidden The treasure map led us to a hidden cave deep in the forest.
  • Hider The game of hide-and-seek requires a good hider and a seeker with keen observation skills.
  • Hinder The traffic jam hindered my ability to arrive at work on time.
  • Kidder
  • Shudder I shudder to think what might have happened if we had arrived any later.

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