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How to spell HOGGS correctly?

If you've misspelled the word "hoggs", here are a few possible correct suggestions to consider: "hogs", "logs", "slogs" or "joggers". Make sure to double-check the context to determine the most appropriate option.

List of suggestions on how to spell hoggs correctly

  • bogs The swampy land is full of bogs.
  • COGS The company's profits were affected by the increase in their COGS.
  • dogs Dogs are known to be loyal and friendly companions to humans.
  • eggs I want to make scrambled eggs for breakfast tomorrow morning.
  • fogs The fogs were so thick that I couldn't see the road ahead of me while driving.
  • haggis The traditional Scottish dish, haggis, is made from sheep's pluck, oatmeal, and spices.
  • HAGS HAGS stands for "Have a great summer" and is a common message exchanged between students and friends at the end of the school year.
  • hangs The picture of the family hangs on the wall.
  • highs She loved the highs of skydiving but couldn't stand the lows of waiting for the next opportunity.
  • HOBS
  • Hocks He hocks a loogie on the ground.
  • Hodge My uncle is named Hodge.
  • Hodges I'd like to hire Hodges to tutor my son.
  • HODS I have a package for you from Hods.
  • hoers My horse seems to be hoers.
  • hoes I have some hoes in the back of the truck.
  • hog
  • hogged I was hogged by the group of kids in the park.
  • hoggish He was looking at the hoggetHS with a look of hoggish expectancy.
  • hogs I always feed my hogs early in the morning so that they have enough time to forage for food.
  • HOLS I'm excited for my hols in Hawaii next month!
  • honks The taxi driver honks his horn impatiently, waiting for the slow pedestrian to cross the street.
  • HONS I am a hons graduate.
  • hooks I need hooks to hang my coat on.
  • hops I'm going to the hops garden to get some new beer.
  • HOS The HOS regulation limits the number of hours a commercial driver can operate their vehicle in a 24-hour period.
  • HOTS
  • hours I am going to work for 4 hours today.
  • hugs
  • jogs He always jogs in the morning for thirty minutes.
  • logs The lumberjack stacked the logs neatly in the truck, ready to be transported to the sawmill.
  • togs My closet is FULL of togs!
  • WOGS I'm not going out with those WOGS.

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