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How to spell EEGER correctly?

The correct spelling for "eeger" is likely "eager". Other possible suggestions include "Edger", "Egger" or "Eiger". It is important to carefully proofread and spell check written content to avoid errors like misspellings.

List of suggestions on how to spell eeger correctly

  • alger
  • anger His face turned red with anger when he saw the damage to his car.
  • auger "The farmer used an auger to drill holes in the ground for planting the seeds.
  • Berger The Berger dog is one of the most popular breeds of dogs.
  • e'er I'll love thee e'er, despite what may come.
  • eager The students were eager to start their science project.
  • edgar Edgar is always the first one to arrive at the office.
  • edge I feel very close to the edge of this cliff.
  • edged The blade is edged in metal.
  • edger He leaned on the edger to steady himself.
  • edges The knife was so sharp it sliced through the bread with ease, leaving clean edges.
  • edgier The new style of the fashion line is edgier and more daring than their previous collections.
  • eeg I wore my glasses so I could see the text coming up on the screen, but I couldn't focus on the eeg
  • eerier The silence in the abandoned house made it even eerier than before.
  • Egged Last night, someone egged my car and now there's egg all over it!
  • elgar The composer Edward Elgar was a leading figure in the early 20th century.
  • ever
  • ewer She keeps a silver ewer on her dressing table to pour water into her basin in the morning.
  • geiger The Geiger counter waseped off loudly as it began to register an alarming reading.
  • GER GER refers to the term "gastroesophageal reflux" which occurs when stomach acid flows back into the esophagus.
  • jeer The spectators began to jeer at the opposing team after they missed their penalty kick.
  • leger During our trip to France, we visited a museum with an impressive collection of leger paintings.
  • meager Due to the meager resources, the refugees were struggling to find food and shelter.
  • meeker After years of battling with depression, he became meeker and more reserved.
  • merger The merger will create a global powerhouse in the sports apparel industry.
  • seeker The seeker spent years travelling the world to discover the purpose of life.
  • verger I'm the verger for the cathedral.

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