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How to spell COATTED correctly?

If you misspelled "coatted", the correct suggestions you may consider are "coated" or "catted". Depending on the intended meaning, "coated" refers to the application of a layer, while "catted" may denote the act of turning something into a cat, but the former is far more likely. Double-checking spelling is always worthwhile to maintain clarity in your writing.

List of suggestions on how to spell coatted correctly

  • Batted The baseball player batted the ball with all his strength.
  • Boated We boated across the lake to reach the island.
  • canted The building was canted at an awkward angle.
  • Carted The car was carted away.
  • catted
  • Chatted I chatted with my friend for a little while before we parted ways.
  • clotted The blood clotted quickly after the cut was made.
  • Coaled I had to get my steam locomotive coaled up before we could leave.
  • Coasted The car coasted down the hill without the need for gas.
  • coated The paint was coated with a protective layer.
  • Coaxed We coaxed her into going with us.
  • COSTED
  • cotter
  • Counted In total, there were nineteen people counted.
  • Courted He courted her for months before finally asking her to be his girlfriend.
  • coveted She finally got her hands on the coveted promotion.
  • Crated
  • dotted The dotted line indicates where to sign.
  • hatted She kept her hair in a high ponytail, but her hatted looked strange against her pale skin.
  • Jotted I jotted down a quick note to follow up with you later.
  • matted She had her hair matted to her head from the rain.
  • moated Castle Moated is a medieval fort in Northumberland.
  • Patted My dog got patted on the head.
  • potted I have a potted fern that I water once a week.
  • Ratted I ratted out my classmates to the teacher and now they are angry with me.
  • rotted The fruit in the bowl had rotted and was producing a pungent odor.
  • scatted I scatted across the room in a fit of anger.
  • tatted I'm feeling tatted up for tonight's party.
  • Totted She totted up the bill and handed it to the customers.
  • Vatted In Russia, vodka is often vatted, or mixed with other spirits, to increase its strength.

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