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How to spell ECKED correctly?

If you've misspelled "ecked" and are looking for possible corrections, consider "checked" or "wrecked". "Checked" refers to examining or marking something, while "wrecked" implies complete destruction. By choosing these alternatives, your writing will be more precise, conveying your intended meaning accurately.

List of suggestions on how to spell ecked correctly

  • ACED I can't believe that he caught that aced.
  • Acted I acted on impulse and bought that new dress.
  • Asked She asked me to the dance.
  • backed The company was backed by a group of wealthy investors who believed in their product.
  • beaked The bird had a long, curved beaked that looked sharp enough to pierce through food.
  • becket The Becket Challenge is a cross-device competition intended to raise money for charity.
  • bucked
  • Caked The mud caked onto his boots after the rainy hike.
  • checked I checked my email this morning and had no new messages.
  • Cocked I cocked my gun and pointed it at him.
  • COED The university has a new dormitory for coed living.
  • coked
  • CUED The party was cancelled due to Cued.
  • decked After winning the tournament, the decked out player was all smiles.
  • docked The boat was docked at the pier, waiting for its passengers.
  • Ducked The duck was ducked by the duck hunter.
  • Echoed The sound of his voice echoed off the walls.
  • edged
  • Egged I accidentally egged your car while practicing for Easter.
  • Eke She had to eke out a living by working long hours in a factory.
  • Eked The family eked out a meager existence by surviving off of the land.
  • etched The name of the artist was etched into the stone plaque.
  • evoked She evoked a smile from him with her words.
  • eyed She eyed the suspicious character following her on the street.
  • Hacked The company's computer system was hacked by a cybercriminal last night.
  • hocked I was surprised when I found out that my brother had hocked his guitar to pay for his rent.
  • iced Iced coffee is the perfect beverage on a hot summer day.
  • Inked
  • irked I was irked when I realized the package had been left on my doorstep.
  • jacked He was so pumped after his win that he felt like he was JACKED!
  • Jerked I was jerked around by the salesperson.
  • kicked I kicked the ball and it hit the post.
  • Lacked She lacked the confidence to speak in public.
  • Leaked Sensitive information has allegedly been leaked.
  • licked The dog licked the ice cream off my hand.
  • locked I accidentally locked myself out of my apartment yesterday.
  • lucked
  • Mocked He mocked her for her hair, even though she styled it like that to keep her curls under control.
  • mucked Gary's car was mucked up in the mud.
  • necked The bird had a necked appearance.
  • Nicked I nicked my neighbor's new phone when he wasn't looking.
  • packed
  • peaked The sun peaked out from behind the clouds and sprinkled a beam of light upon the landscape below.
  • Pecked The woodpecker pecked at the tree trunk, searching for insects to eat.
  • peeked She peeked through the window to see if he had arrived yet.
  • perked The dog perked up when he saw his master come home.
  • Picked
  • pocked The pocked surface of the moon creates a unique and varied terrain.
  • Racked My head is racked with guilt.
  • Reeked After coming home from her jog, her clothes reeked of sweat.
  • ricked The party was a complete disaster and Jess was really ricked.
  • Rocked After being rocked by the magnitude 6.3 earthquake, the city was in shock.
  • Rucked The back of his shirt was rucked up from being tucked into his backpack.
  • sacked She was sacked from her job after she complained about the discriminatory treatment she received.
  • Sucked I can't believe he just sucked my brains out.
  • Tacked I tacked on another mile to my run.
  • Ticked I was really ticked off when the restaurant got my order wrong.
  • tucked My shirt was tucked in tight.
  • wicked The wicked witch cackled as she brewed a spell in her cauldron.
  • wrecked

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