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How to spell DEBID correctly?

If you're dealing with the misspelling "debid", the correct suggestions may include "debit", "dubbed" or "dived". While "debit" refers to a financial transaction, "dubbed" means to give a name or title, and "dived" is the past tense of the verb "dive". Remember to proofread and use these words appropriately to avoid confusion.

List of suggestions on how to spell debid correctly

  • bid I will place a bid on the vintage coat at the auction.
  • david David went to the store to buy groceries for dinner.
  • dead
  • deb I'm going to the supermarket to buy some deb.
  • debar
  • Debbie Debbie decided to take a walk.
  • Debby Debby is a talented writer who has published several best-selling novels.
  • debit I will debit your account for the purchase of the new laptop.
  • Debited The amount was debited from my account automatically.
  • debits The accountant recorded all the debits in the ledger to balance the accounts.
  • Debra Debra baked a cake for her best friend's birthday.
  • debs I had so much fun at my debs dance with all of my friends.
  • debt I have a debt to pay.
  • debts I have debts to pay, but I also have debts of gratitude.
  • debug I need to turn on debug for my program to work properly.
  • debut She made her debut at the local symphony.
  • decide I will decide what to wear this weekend.
  • deed The deed to the house was signed and handed over to the new owners.
  • Defied The young girl Defied all odds and became the first female astronaut to land on Mars.
  • Denied The company denied his request for a promotion.
  • deride He would often deride his coworkers' ideas, making them feel worthless in front of the whole team.
  • devoid
  • Did
  • druid The druid is a holy man that worships the lord of the forest.
  • rabid A rabid dog ran through the neighborhood.
  • tepid The tea was quite tepid.

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