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How to spell HEILD correctly?

If you've misspelled "heild", the correct spelling you were probably aiming for is "held". The "i" and the "e" might have been accidentally swapped, resulting in the error. Double-check your spelling to prevent such mistakes and ensure your message is clear and accurate.

List of suggestions on how to spell heild correctly

  • child
  • geld The farmer decided to geld his young colt in order to prevent any unwanted breeding.
  • gild The artist chose to gild the edges of the painting to give it a luxurious appearance.
  • hail During the storm, hail fell from the sky and caused damage to the cars parked outside.
  • hailed
  • he'd He'd do anything to make her happy.
  • he'll
  • head
  • heal I hope these medicines heal my wounds quickly.
  • healed The wound on his arm has finally healed after several weeks of treatment.
  • heard
  • heed It's important to heed warning signs to avoid danger.
  • heel I wore my favorite sandals that showed off my red-painted toenails and a small heel for the party.
  • Heeled
  • Heidi Heidi loves spending her summer vacations at her grandparents' farm.
  • held She held onto the railing tightly as she climbed the stairs.
  • hello
  • helm The captain took the helm and navigated the ship through the storm.
  • help
  • herald
  • herd The shepherd led his herd of sheep up the hill.
  • hesiod Hesiod was a Greek poet who wrote the "Theogony" and "Works and Days.
  • Hid
  • Hied
  • Hilda Hilda is excited to start her new job next week.
  • hill
  • hilt He gripped the sword by its hilt, ready to defend himself from any potential threat.
  • hind I saw a hind grazing in the meadow.
  • hold
  • meld
  • mild The weather is so mild today, it's perfect for a walk outside.
  • veiled She had a veiled expression as she listened to the news.
  • veld The antelopes were grazing in the veld.
  • weld The weld on the metal frame was strong enough to hold the weight of the heavy machinery.
  • wild We saw a wild boar while hiking in the mountains.

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