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How to spell CNET correctly?

If you misspell "cnet", don't worry! Here are some correct suggestions: "cent", "net" or "connect". While "cnet" refers to a popular tech website, these alternatives can help you when your typing fingers have a momentary lapse. Remember to double-check before hitting that enter key!

List of suggestions on how to spell cnet correctly

  • ant The ant crawled across the ground carrying a piece of bread.
  • benet
  • cadet It is important to always behave as a cadet in public.
  • Can't You can't go out in this weather.
  • cane My grandparents always brought their cane when they came to see me.
  • Caned I was caned for my trouble.
  • caner
  • Canes I bought some delicious chicken strips from Canes restaurant.
  • cant
  • capet The Capet family ruled France for most of its history.
  • CAPT
  • caret I used a caret to insert a missing letter in my document.
  • cart I have a shopping cart in the garage.
  • cast The director announced the cast for the upcoming play.
  • cat I'm going to kill the cat.
  • CATT
  • CDT
  • cent We need to change our cent to a percent.
  • cleat I stepped on a cleat and my foot went right through the bottom of my shoe.
  • clot
  • CNN I turn to CNN to stay updated on the latest news around the world.
  • cns Its time to get up and face the day, CNS!
  • coat I hung my coat in the closet before going out.
  • COED I am going to the coed bathroom.
  • colt From his colt he had taken to ride, he tried to teach it to canter.
  • comet I would love to see a comet shooting across the night sky.
  • cone I wish I had ordered a waffle cone with my ice cream.
  • ConEd I need to call ConEd to fix my broken electricity bill.
  • cones I filled the ice cream cones with three different flavors.
  • CONT
  • coot
  • cornet I heard the sweet sound of a cornet playing on the street corner.
  • cost
  • cot The children are playing in their cot.
  • covet I covet my friend's new car, even though I know it's not healthy to want something that belongs to someone else.
  • cred
  • crete
  • crt The CRT monitor has been replaced by LCD screens in most modern computers.
  • cruet I have a cruet of vinegar.
  • cst It's CST isn't it?
  • ct
  • CUED The director of the play cued the actors to enter the stage.
  • cult Her family was strict about not engaging in any kind of cult activity.
  • curt "I don't appreciate your curt response," she said coldly.
  • cut It was a cut that completely healed over in a few days.
  • cwt The farmer sold his grain by the cwt.
  • cygnet The cygnet flew overhead.
  • genet
  • get I can't believe you would get me a gift like that.
  • gnat
  • inert Inert gases are those that do not react with other molecules.
  • INT I need to learn how to code in INT language.
  • Janet Janet is a name which means "life" in Hebrew.
  • jet The jet taxiing down the tarmac was a sight to behold.
  • knit
  • knot The knot at the end of the cord was a sign that someone was watching me.
  • manet Toward the close of the seventeenth century, the Manet sisters were influential painters in the French Neoclassical
  • monet A paper money called Monet was created in France.
  • Nat
  • neat My sister is very neat and organized.
  • Ned Ned must be the new kid in school.
  • net He caught the fish in his net.
  • NEUT
  • newt
  • nit She's a nit-picker.
  • not
  • nt
  • nut I cracked open the nut and ate the delicious kernel inside.
  • NWT I am looking to buy a jacket from NWT.
  • ONT
  • snit I was having a snit because my team lost the game.
  • snot
  • tenet The main tenet of Buddhism is to relieve suffering.
  • tnt The terrorists tried to trigger the bomb which was filled with TNT.

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Consiencious

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