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How to spell HIRS correctly?

If you are looking for the correct spelling for the word "hirs", it is likely a misspelling. One potential correct suggestion could be "hires", meaning to employ or engage someone for work. Always double-check spellings to ensure accurate communication.

List of suggestions on how to spell hirs correctly

  • airs She has been putting on airs ever since she got that new job.
  • firs I went to the store to buy some soap but I couldn't find any firs.
  • Hairs Jane lives in a house with many hairs on the wall.
  • heirs After his death, his heirs fought over the inheritance.
  • Hers Hers is the face that launched a thousand ships.
  • HIES Yesterday I saw a HIES out in the field.
  • HIMS
  • Hips I have strong, hips.
  • hire Mark decided to hire a new assistant for his growing business.
  • Hires
  • His
  • hiss The snake let out a threatening hiss as we approached it.
  • hits The baseball player has had several hits during this game.
  • HRS I worked for HRS for three years.
  • irs The IRS sent a notice requesting additional information about my tax return.
  • SIRS SIRS (Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome) is a serious condition that can be caused by infections, injuries, and other factors.
  • whirs The fan whirs quietly in the background of the room.

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