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How to spell HIERED correctly?

If you meant to write "hired" but accidentally spelled it as "hiered", here are some correct suggestions. Double-check your spelling before submitting job applications or emails. Use spell-check tools or proofread your work to avoid any errors. Remember, accurate spelling can leave a positive impression on potential employers.

List of suggestions on how to spell hiered correctly

  • aired The show was aired on television last night.
  • Cheered The crowd cheered as the home team scored a goal in the final minutes of the game.
  • fired He was fired from his job due to his constant tardiness.
  • Haired She is a red-haired girl.
  • hared
  • hatred His hatred towards his ex-girlfriend grew stronger with each passing day.
  • heed It is important to heed the warnings of the weather forecast and prepare accordingly.
  • herd The herd of cows roamed the field, grazing on the grass.
  • Herded
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  • herod Herod was a king in ancient Judea during the time of Jesus.
  • hewed The carpenter hewed the rough piece of wood into a beautiful chair.
  • Hided
  • Hied He hied to the library as soon as he realized his book was overdue.
  • Hiked Last weekend, I hiked up the mountain and enjoyed stunning views from the summit.
  • hire My brother is going to hire a tutor to help him prepare for his exams.
  • hired She hired a new maid to take her place.
  • Hires Hires was hired to be the new Marketing Manager.
  • Hived
  • homered In the ninth inning, the batter homered to give his team the win.
  • Hovered The eagle hovered above the tree.
  • mired It was mired in mud from the previous rain.
  • Sheered Sheered the chicken.
  • Shirred I shirred my horse while I ate my lunch.
  • Sired After six months of dating, the couple wed and had a baby boy named Sired.
  • tiered The wedding cake was elaborately tiered with each layer beautifully decorated.
  • tired
  • Whirred The whirred blades of the fan spun around quickly.
  • wired I haven't had my coffee yet and I'm feeling a bit wired.

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