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How to spell EAYS correctly?

Possible correct suggestions for the misspelling "eays" could be "easy", "ays" or "eyes". However, it is important to understand the context to ensure the correct word is used. "Easy" could be used to describe something that is not difficult, "ays" could refer to "always", and "eyes" is the plural form of "eye."

List of suggestions on how to spell eays correctly

  • AYS
  • bays The coast walk offers stunning views of the bays and beaches along the shoreline.
  • cays The Caribbean is dotted with many cays, small tropical islands with stunning beaches.
  • days The days seem longer when you're waiting for something.
  • EADS EADS is a European aerospace company.
  • ears She wore large earrings that dangled near her ears.
  • EAS The Emergency Alert System (EAS) is used to broadcast important messages to the public during a crisis.
  • easy It is easy to use this new software.
  • eats She eats a healthy diet and exercises regularly to maintain her weight.
  • EAY
  • fays The fays appeared at dawn to sprinkle their magic dust.
  • gays
  • Hays I heard that there is a great restaurant in Hays that serves delicious steak.
  • jays I woke up to the sound of jays chattering in the tree outside my window.
  • lays The hen lays eggs every morning in the same spot.
  • Mays Mays was one of the greatest centerfielders in baseball history.
  • nays Despite a handful of nays, the proposal to increase funding for education was approved by the school board.
  • pays My job pays well, but I'm not happy with the work I'm doing.
  • rays The warm rays of the sun shone down on her face as she lay on the beach.
  • says She says we can't go outside because it's raining.
  • ways There are several ways to approach this problem, but we need to choose the most effective one.

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