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How to spell FAIKED correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell faiked correctly

  • backed The company was backed by a well-known venture capital firm.
  • baked
  • Barked The dog barked loudly and repeatedly at the mailman.
  • Caked Her face was caked with mud after falling in the puddle.
  • Diked
  • faced She faced her fears and finally jumped off the diving board.
  • faded
  • fagged
  • failed He failed to complete the task on time.
  • fake The designer handbag turned out to be a fake.
  • faked It was all a faked misunderstanding.
  • faker The faker looked so convincing, I was fooled until he made a mistake.
  • fakes I'm not interested in your fakes.
  • Famed The famed quarterback led his team to victory in the championship game.
  • fanged The creature had fanged jaws which lined its narrow chest.
  • fanned She fanned herself with her hat to cool down in the hot sun.
  • Fared
  • Farmed The family farmed the land for many generations.
  • FARTED I farted in front of the class.
  • fated It seemed as though they were fated to be together no matter the obstacle.
  • fawkes The Fawkes brothers were notorious for their arson.
  • Fawned She fawned over the adorable puppy, begging her parents to let her keep it.
  • Faxed I faxed the important document to my boss this morning.
  • fazed Despite the criticisms and negative reviews, the confident singer was not fazed and continued to pursue her career.
  • Filed My car is filed with paperwork.
  • fined He was fined $100 for parking his car in a no parking zone.
  • finked I finked my friend's codeine cough syrup.
  • fired Sam was fired from his job.
  • fixed After the mechanic repaired the broken part, the car was fixed and running smoothly again.
  • Flaked I flaked on our plans and ate fast food instead.
  • Flicked She flicked the light switch on and off to get my attention.
  • flied The baseball outfielder jumped and flied to catch the ball before it hit the ground.
  • foiled His plan was foiled when the police arrived on the scene.
  • forked The road forked in two different directions, but I wasn't sure which way to go.
  • fried
  • funked
  • gawked When I saw the sun set, I gawked at the beautiful sight.
  • Hacked My email account was hacked yesterday by an unknown intruder.
  • harked I harked back to my childhood memories as I walked through the old neighborhood.
  • Hawked I hawked some grass on the side of the road.
  • Hiked I hiked for miles to reach the top of the mountain.
  • jacked He was so jacked that he could bench press 300 pounds.
  • Lacked He lacked the proper tools to complete the project.
  • Larked Unfortunately, he larked around so much that he completely missed the deadline for his project.
  • liked
  • marked The teacher marked the incorrect answers on the student's test.
  • packed
  • parked The car was parked at the corner.
  • Piked The monkey piked the ball into the net.
  • Racked I racked my brain all night trying to come up with a solution.
  • Raked He had raked the leaves into a pile earlier that day.
  • sacked The manager was sacked after the incident.
  • Tacked I tacked on a bunch of photos from our summer trip to Hawaii.
  • Waked
  • yakked Beth yakked on the phone until it rang.

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