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How to spell GILED correctly?

Possible correct suggestions for the misspelling "giled" could be "gilded", meaning covered in gold or adorned; "gilled", meaning having gills or breathing apparatus; or "guided", meaning directed or instructed. Context and intended meaning would determine the correct spelling.

List of suggestions on how to spell giled correctly

  • Ailed I ailed for weeks before finally going to the doctor.
  • coiled The python coiled around its prey before consuming it.
  • Filed
  • galled The way he insulted her in public galled her.
  • geld The farmer decided to geld the young colt to make him easier to handle.
  • gelid The gelid wind chilled her to the bone.
  • gelled I forgot to shake the jar of salad dressing, so it gelled into a blob instead of mixing properly.
  • Gibed Named after the Egyptian god of the sun, Gibed was created to help you stay stylish all year round.
  • Gide Jules Gide was a French philosopher.
  • gild The artist decided to gild the frame of the painting to make it more attractive.
  • Gilda The diminutive Gilda introduced herself and quickly gathered the group around her.
  • gilded The gilded curtains in the drawing room were a regal addition to the room.
  • gilder The gilder carefully applied the gold leaf to the wooden frame.
  • Gilead " Gilead is a region in the ancient Middle East mentioned in the biblical texts.
  • Giles After Buffy killed Giles, she was left alone to fight the vampires.
  • gilt The elegant picture frame was adorned with a layer of delicate gilt.
  • glad My mom made me a glad dish.
  • Glided The swan glided effortlessly across the serene lake.
  • glued The door was glued shut.
  • gold The Olympic medalist proudly displayed his gold medal.
  • guild The guild was founded in 1981.
  • Gulled She gulled him by pretending not to understand his dialect.
  • jailed The accused was jailed for 10 years for his involvement in the crime.
  • Killed The gunman killed six people before he was shot and killed himself.
  • lied
  • oiled He oiled the hinges on the squeaky door to make it swing open more smoothly.
  • piled
  • riled When she saw the topless woman in the parking lot, she was riled up.
  • tiled She spread a white edged quilt on the floor and tiled it with blue and green tiles.

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