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How to spell DEAST correctly?

The misspelling "deast" can be corrected to "least", "beast" or "feast" depending on the intended meaning. To avoid confusion, it's important to proofread and use spell-check tools. Remember, paying attention to spelling is crucial for effective communication.

List of suggestions on how to spell deast correctly

  • bast
  • beast The beast chased us through the forest.
  • best
  • cast The director will cast actors to play the lead roles in the upcoming film.
  • daft It's daft to go outside without a warm coat in the middle of winter.
  • dart He threw the dart and hit the bull's eye.
  • dat
  • dead
  • deafest
  • Dealt I dealt with the problem so that it would not happen again.
  • dearest
  • dears "I'm looking forward to spending the holidays with all of my dears," the grandmother said.
  • debt One must pay one's debt to society.
  • deft She is very deft at moving around the house.
  • deist Thomas Jefferson was a deist who believed in the existence of God but did not follow a particular religion.
  • deists No gods, no religion, only deists.
  • demist I need to demist my car before I go.
  • dent I need to take my car to the body shop to fix the dent on the side panel.
  • depart I will depart for my vacation tomorrow morning.
  • DEPT
  • desalt
  • desist The teacher warned the student to desist from talking during the class.
  • desk I need to finish this report before I leave my desk for the day.
  • detest
  • dias Dias is a Portuguese name meaning "days" in English.
  • Didst Thou didst bring dishonor to your family.
  • DIST
  • Dost " Dost thou understand what I am saying?" asked the medieval knight.
  • DRAT Drat! I forgot my homework at home.
  • DST
  • Durst Robert Durst was arrested in 2015 for suspicion of killing his friend Susan Berman.
  • dust In the dry heat of the attic, the dust collected for years.
  • east I went east on the interstate.
  • erst
  • est
  • fast She wants to go fast.
  • feast The family sat down at the table to enjoy a grand feast for Thanksgiving dinner.
  • Fest It's time to celebrate the Fest!
  • Hast " Hast thou seen my keys?" asked the frustrated man.
  • hearst Heard heard that the Hearst Corporation is considering a takeover of News Corp.
  • jest He was always playing a jest on his friends.
  • last The last piece of cake is mine.
  • least You are the least helpful person I have ever met.
  • lest He covered his bread with a cloth lest the flies alight on it.
  • mast We had to mast our boat in order to reach the other side.
  • Mideast The Mideast is a region on the Earth's eastern hemisphere that includes parts of western Asia, eastern Europe and Africa.
  • nest
  • past It was a past memory that I wanted to forget.
  • pest The ants in the kitchen were such a pest.
  • rest After seeing the movie, I needed a much needed rest.
  • seat After I got off the bus, I found a seat on the curb.
  • TEAS I like to drink a variety of teas, including black, green, and herbal.
  • tease She would always tease her little sister by hiding her toys.
  • teat I need to give my teat a break.
  • test The teacher handed out a difficult test to the students.
  • toast I'll toast your new job with a glass of bubbly.
  • vast The vast array of options can be overwhelming.
  • vest He wore a bullet-proof vest to protect himself.
  • Wast The wast ground held a murky depth that refused to relinquish its hold on the surrounding mud.
  • west In the U.S., the West is the region of the country on the Pacific coast.
  • yeast I need to get yeast for my bread recipe.
  • yeasty The smell of the freshly baked bread was yeasty and heavenly.
  • Yest
  • zest I added some zest to the lemon cake to give it a tangy flavor.

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