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How to spell FEILD correctly?

If you misspelled "field" as "feild", here are some possible corrections: "field", "yield", "feud", "feint", "filed", "felid" or "fleeced". Remember to check your spelling carefully and use a dictionary or spell-check tool if you're unsure.

List of suggestions on how to spell feild correctly

  • fail I hope my plan doesn't fail.
  • failed
  • fed
  • feed
  • feel I feel tired after a long day at work.
  • fell
  • fella
  • felled The lumberjack felled the large oak tree with his axe.
  • felt She felt cold as she walked outside on the snowy day.
  • fend As a solo traveler, he learned how to fend for himself in strange and unfamiliar situations.
  • fetid The trash can was so fetid that it made me gag.
  • feud My cousins have been in a bitter feud for over a year now.
  • field The farmer was working hard in his field all day.
  • file I need to organize this stack of papers into a file cabinet.
  • Filed
  • fill Can you please fill up the bottle with water?
  • film I am excited to watch the new Marvel film at the movie theatre this weekend.
  • FILO FILO refers to a taxonomic rank that groups organisms based on their evolutionary relationship to each other.
  • find
  • flied
  • foil Underneath the foil was a small cake.
  • foiled
  • fold
  • geld She asked for her money back and got her geld.
  • gild I want to gild the frame of the painting to make it look more elegant.
  • held My number was held against me.
  • meld
  • mild It's time to apply some mild compressive forces to the fracture.
  • veiled
  • veld The safari jeeps drove across the open veld, spotting herds of wildebeest and zebras in the distance.
  • weld The weld on the metal beam was strong enough to hold the weight of the entire structure.
  • wild The wild bear cub was making a mess of the campsite.

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