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How to spell FRADE correctly?

If you meant "frade" but it's incorrect, you may have intended to write "trade" instead. Alternatively, it could be a typo for "grade" or "fade". Always double-check your spelling to ensure accurate communication.

List of suggestions on how to spell frade correctly

  • fad The mini-skirt was a fad that came and went quickly in the 1960s.
  • fade As the sun set behind the horizon, the colors of the sky slowly began to fade.
  • faded
  • farad
  • fare I'll buy your ticket, so you don't have to worry about the fare.
  • fate It is said that fate will ultimately determine our destiny.
  • Forbade He forbade her from going to the party.
  • frame In order to frame the picture, I had to hang it on the wall.
  • framed The painting was beautifully framed, adding to its overall elegance.
  • frat I was attending a party at a frat house.
  • frau The frau was happy to welcome us into her home.
  • fraud No one ever gets conned in life - it's just a matter of knowing how to spot a fraud before it even happens
  • Frauds The company was found guilty of committing huge frauds in its financial reporting.
  • fray The edges of the fabric began to fray after repeated use and washing.
  • frayed The fabric had frayed at the seams.
  • Fred Fred is my colleague who works in the accounting department.
  • Freda I met a new friend named Freda at the park yesterday.
  • free If you want to be free, you need to get rid of your freebies.
  • Fronde The Fronde was a civil war in France which ran from 1648 to 1653.
  • grade I need to receive my grade for this class.
  • rad My skateboard is so rad, it's like surfing on concrete.
  • rate The court rate is significant.
  • ride I need to get a ride home from my friends.
  • Rode
  • rude
  • trade Many countries participate in international trade to exchange goods and services with each other.

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