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How to spell HERIT correctly?

If you've accidentally misspelled "herit", worry not, as there are a few suggestions to correct this error. The correct spelling could be "heritage", which refers to one's inherited traditions, culture or belongings. Alternatively, it could be "heritable", indicating that something is capable of being passed down from generation to generation.

List of suggestions on how to spell herit correctly

  • beret She wore a black beret on her head, which made her look chic and stylish.
  • brit
  • grit She displayed immense grit and determination in finishing the marathon despite her injury.
  • habit Brushing my teeth before bed has become a habit.
  • hart The majestic hart ran through the forest, evading any predators that dared to cross its path.
  • hearst
  • heart
  • heat It's time to turn off the heat.
  • heft The heft of the weightlifting bar made it difficult for me to lift.
  • heist The criminals planned a daring heist to rob the bank of millions of dollars.
  • helot
  • hera
  • herd The farmer leads his herd of cows to the field for grazing.
  • here
  • herein
  • hereto I hereby attach the agreement hereto for your review.
  • hermit Despite being quite lonely, the hermit enjoyed spending his time writing, reading, and watching the wildlife.
  • Hermite The Hermite polynomial is commonly used in mathematical physics to express wave functions.
  • hero Sometimes the only thing a hero needs is someone to believe in them.
  • herod
  • heroic He was a heroic firefighter who saved many lives.
  • heroin Heroin is a highly addictive drug that can be lethal if taken in large doses.
  • heron The heron stood silently at the water's edge, waiting for fish to swim by.
  • herr
  • Hewitt The town of Hewitt is in Williamson County.
  • HIT He accidentally hit his thumb with the hammer.
  • Hurst Ralph Hurst is the Governor of Louisiana.
  • hurt She didn't mean to hurt him, but sometimes the truth hurts.
  • merit The merit of this project is indisputable.
  • Perot I always vote for Perot.
  • reit REIT stands for real estate investment trust.
  • verity The verity of the information was unclear.
  • writ The writ of Habeas Corpus is a legal order that requires a person who is under arrest or detention to be brought before a judge or court.

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