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How to spell GOLLD correctly?

If you come across the misspelling "golld", there are a few possible correct suggestions to consider. First and foremost, it could be a simple typo that a user meant to type "gold". Additionally, "golly" or "galled" could be alternative words, depending on the context. Proofreading your text can help identify and rectify such mistakes.

List of suggestions on how to spell golld correctly

  • cold
  • Coll
  • could I could have finished the project last week but I was too busy.
  • gall Despite his pure heart, his jealousy led him to develop a gall towards his best friend's happy relationship.
  • galled I galled my finger on the handle.
  • geld The farmer decided to geld his stallion because of its aggressive behavior.
  • gelid The gelid water in the river made it impossible to swim.
  • gelled The pudding had gelled perfectly and was ready to serve.
  • gild Medieval artisans often used gold leaf to gild picture frames and manuscripts.
  • gill I found a fish with a gill stuck in its snout.
  • glad I am glad to have been able to help you.
  • goad The coach tried to goad his players into running faster.
  • goal Her ultimate goal is to become a successful entrepreneur.
  • god I don't know what god is, but I'm going to bang my boo any way
  • godly I am a godly woman and I obey my faith.
  • gold I found a gold necklace in the trash can.
  • Golda Golda Meir presided over Israel's first elections in 1949.
  • GOLDS She was always drawn to the shimmery golds and warm browns in her eyeshadow palette.
  • Golfed I golfed with my friends last weekend at the local course.
  • golly She can really golly talk!
  • good I feel good about the new job I just landed.
  • gould Lawrence Gould is a renowned expert on early American literature.
  • guild The guild of seamstresses required members to be proficient in sewing and weaving.
  • gull The gull swooped down and snatched the fish right out of the water.
  • Gulled After reading the horror novel, I was gulled into thinking it was a thrilling and exciting read.
  • lld
  • old My grandmother is turning 90 years old this year.

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