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How to spell DRIERY correctly?

If you're looking to correct the misspelling "driery", here are a few possible suggestions. You could try "dreary", which means dull or gloomy. Another option is "drier", referring to something with less moisture. "Diary" is yet another alternative, meaning a personal journal. Ensure clarity in your writing by selecting the correct term.

List of suggestions on how to spell driery correctly

  • dairy I avoid eating too much dairy because I'm lactose intolerant.
  • diary She wrote about her daily experiences in her diary.
  • drapery The luxurious drapery added an elegant touch to the grand ballroom.
  • dreary The room was dreary and lacked any brightness.
  • dried A desert is a dried up area.
  • drier I need to run the drier because my clothes are still wet.
  • dries He dries his clothes on the clothesline outside.
  • drippy The ice cream cone was so drippy that it left a trail of melted goodness all the way down my arm.
  • driver The driver of the car was distracted by his phone and didn't see the red light.
  • dryer I need to dry my laundry in the dryer.
  • friary The friary was home to a group of monks who followed a strict schedule of prayer and meditation.
  • priory The old priory was converted into a luxurious resort.
  • trier She is a real trier and never gives up.

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