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How to spell FAIULED correctly?

If you've accidentally typed "faiuled" instead of "failed", here are some possible correct suggestions. Double-check your spelling and use "failed". Alternatively, you can consider "flailed" if referring to waving your arms or "filed" if talking about organizing documents. Proofreading is vital to prevent misspellings like this from occurring.

List of suggestions on how to spell faiuled correctly

  • Ailed Mary's headache ailed her for days, making it difficult for her to concentrate on her work.
  • Bailed He bailed on me halfway through the party.
  • fabled The fabled city of Atlantis has long been a source of fascination for historians and explorers.
  • failed
  • faille The dress was made of a lustrous fabric with a subtle faille texture.
  • Faulted The construction of the building has been faulted due to poor quality materials.
  • Filed
  • filled I can't believe that she's gone, she filled a huge hole in my life.
  • flailed I flailed around in the water trying to save myself.
  • foiled The superhero foiled the villain's evil plan to destroy the city.
  • fouled I fouled up my test and had to redo it.
  • frilled She has a frilled dress that flounces behind her.
  • hailed The crowd hailed the hero as he ran past.
  • Hauled I was hauled over the coals for my mistake.
  • jailed She was arrested and jailed for theft.
  • mailed I mailed the cake to John's house.
  • Mauled After wolfing down his meal, the wolf was mauled by the cat.
  • Nailed
  • Railed I railed against my boss's decision to cut our lunch break short.
  • Sailed We sailed across the ocean for two weeks straight.
  • tailed The cat tailed after the bird, hoping to catch it.
  • Wailed She wailed loudly when she found out her cat had run away.

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