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How to spell GFTED correctly?

The correct spelling for "gfted" is "gifted". If you encounter this error, try enabling autocorrect or spell-check on your device. Another option is to use online spell check tools or a dictionary to verify the correct spelling. Remember to double-check and proofread your work before submitting it.

List of suggestions on how to spell gfted correctly

  • fated It seemed as though the two were fated to meet, as though it was destined to happen.
  • Feted The star athlete was feted with a parade through the city after winning the championship.
  • Gaffed He gaffed the fish and lifted it onto the boat.
  • Gated The community was gated, and only residents were allowed to enter unless they were accompanied by a resident.
  • gifted The gifted artist captured the beauty of nature in their painting.
  • Girted I girted my waist with a belt.
  • Grafted The plant was grafted onto a different rootstock.
  • Grated He grated the cheese onto the top of the pasta.
  • gusted The wind gusted so strongly that it nearly knocked me over.
  • Gutted I'm gutted that my team lost the championship game.
  • gyved The gyved was deeply in the water.
  • Hefted He hefted the weight of the box before deciding whether or not to pick it up.
  • kited I kited a check to pay for my rent this month.
  • lifted The weight of the world felt lifted off his shoulders after he finally confessed his mistakes.
  • Lofted The room is lofted with ceilings that reach nearly fifty feet.
  • Rafted We rafted down the river, enjoying the beautiful scenery along the way.
  • Rifted The Rifted is a supernatural disaster zone where the Earth has fractured into different planes of existence.
  • Sifted
  • tufted The tufted cushions added a cozy and comfortable touch to the living room.
  • Wafted The scent of fresh baked bread wafted through the air, making my mouth water.

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