Correct spelling for HDWD

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Possible correct spellings for hdwd

  • dad Where are you going, dad?
  • dod Dod iss mein blace ver I sleeps und eats und drinks.
  • dud "I dud-dud-dunno," insisted Rack Slimson, his teeth chattering as Racey shook him.
  • hand Mother, will you not give me your hand?
  • hard "After 'em hard, now.
  • hdtv Inexpensive pocket video cameras use flash memory cards, while some more expensive camcorders use solid-state drives or SSD; similar flash technology is used on semi-pro and high-end professional video cameras for ultrafast transfer of high-definition television (HDTV) content.
  • head Beric turned his head.
  • heed Take heed; do not make a mistake; for if you do, that is the end of you!
  • held They held their assegais still, but did not dare to use them.
  • herd They'll hasten here at harvest, They will shear and bind; They'll come with elfin music On a western wind; All night they'll sit among the sheaves, Or herd the kine that stray- The quick folk, the fine folk, the folk that ask no pay.
  • hind "Time to get on our hind legs," the Major now said monitorily.
  • hod
  • hold
  • hood
  • howdy
  • hud
  • hued
  • Did "So did I. What are we to think?
  • Had It had been nothing at all.
  • Hawed At this the Herr Mayor hemmed and hawed and scratched his head again.
  • Hid I've got the rough bits hid away for him when he wants 'em."
  • Hided
  • Hied
  • Hoed
  • TDD
  • hewed Nor was I far wrong, I believe; for soon after this, he began quite coolly to inform the company, in which were a dwarf and a female, that, in his time, he had, not without enjoyment, run ten men through the body; had with great convenience hewed off a dozen men's arms; slowly split four heads, torn out two hearts, and more of the like sort; while none of them, otherwise persons of spirit, had in the least resisted.
  • he'd Poor chap; he'd have been better off if he'd died twenty years ago."

Misspelling of the day

Readed

  • be in a quandary
  • beaded
  • bought into
  • breaded
  • created
  • dreaded
  • eroded
  • gives it ones all
  • graded
  • headed
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