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How to spell JENED correctly?

If you meant to type "jened" but it's a misspelling, here are a few possible suggestions: "juiced", "jaded", "jinxed", "jennet" or "jenner". Remember to check your spellings before finalizing your writing to ensure that your intended words are correctly conveyed.

List of suggestions on how to spell jened correctly

  • Aeneid
  • Beaned During a school baseball game, the pitcher accidentally beaned the batter with the ball.
  • Bend He decided to bend the metal into the shape he needed.
  • Benet
  • Boned The chef boned the chicken before grilling it for dinner.
  • Caned The student was caned by the principal as a punishment for their misbehavior.
  • Ceded After the war, the defeated nation ceded several territories to its victorious neighbors.
  • CNED
  • Coned I coned off the construction zone to prevent anyone from entering it.
  • DECed
  • Deed He handed over the deed to the property to his new landlord.
  • Deneb Deneb is one of the three stars in the Summer Triangle.
  • Denied The company's request for a loan was denied by the bank.
  • Dented The metal door was dented after the car ran into it.
  • Dined Last night, I dined with my family at a fancy Italian restaurant downtown.
  • EED
  • Eked She eked out a living by selling homemade crafts.
  • END The movie had a surprising end that left everyone in the theater speechless.
  • Ended The game ended in a tie after a long and intense battle between the two teams.
  • ENE The wind was blowing steadily from the ENE direction.
  • ENEF
  • Enid Enid loves gardening and spends hours working in her backyard.
  • Evened The score was evened by a last-minute goal from the opposing team.
  • Eyed She eyed the delicious cake on the table longingly.
  • Feed The mother bird worked hard to feed her babies enough worms every day.
  • Fenced The yard was fenced with tall wooden boards.
  • Fend The brave knight could fend off the dragon's fiery blasts with his trusty shield.
  • Fended The cat fended off the other feline that had invaded its territory.
  • Feted The chef was feted with praises and awards for his outstanding culinary skills.
  • Fined The restaurant was fined for serving food past its expiration date.
  • Geed
  • Gene A gene is a segment of DNA that encodes for a particular trait or characteristic.
  • Genes Our genes determine our physical and genetic attributes.
  • Genet "A Genet is a small, nocturnal mammal native to Africa that is known for its long, slender body and striking fur patterns."
  • Genned
  • Heed You should heed the warnings of your doctor and take your medication as prescribed.
  • Hewed The carpenter hewed the log to create a smooth surface.
  • Hexed After losing her lucky charm, she felt as though she had been hexed.
  • Honed She honed her public speaking skills through years of experience and training.
  • INED
  • Jaded After years of working in the same industry, Sarah felt jaded and unfulfilled in her career.
  • Jane Jane is a talented artist and has no problem expressing her emotions through her artwork.
  • Janet Janet is my best friend and a fantastic cook.
  • Japed The comedian japed about the current political situation during his show.
  • Jared Jared was busy packing his bags for his upcoming trip to New York City.
  • Jawed The shark had a row of sharp, jagged teeth in its jawed mouth.
  • Jed
  • Jeep I rode in a Jeep for the first time and loved the bumpy ride.
  • Jeer The football fans began to jeer at the opposing team's mistakes.
  • Jeered The opposing team jeered loudly as our pitcher struck out.
  • Jeez Jeez, could you please turn down the volume on your music?
  • Jelled After a few hours in the refrigerator, the pudding jelled nicely.
  • Jen Jen is my best friend and we've known each other since we were in elementary school.
  • Jena Jena is a city in eastern Germany known for its university and industry.
  • Jenn Jenn is coming over to my house tonight for dinner.
  • Jenna Jenna is my best friend and she always knows how to make me laugh.
  • Jenner Kendall Jenner is a very famous model.
  • Jennet The jennet was a small horse breed native to Spain.
  • Jenny Jenny has always been a reliable friend to me.
  • Jens Jens is my new colleague at work, and he seems very friendly so far.
  • Jensen Jensen is my older brother's name.
  • Jerez Jerez is a Spanish city known for its sherry production.
  • Jerked She jerked the steering wheel to avoid colliding with the deer on the road.
  • Jested Jested is known for its unique tower that resembles a spaceship.
  • Jetted The businessman jetted off to his next meeting in a private plane.
  • Jewel The diamond ring was a magnificent jewel that sparkled in the light.
  • Jibed Her opinion jibed with that of the rest of the group.
  • Jinked The soccer player jinked around the defender to score a goal.
  • Jinxed I always have bad luck when I wear this shirt, it's like it's jinxed.
  • Jived The couple jived to the beat of the lively music.
  • JNE
  • Joined I joined the soccer team at my school last week.
  • Joked He joked with his friends, trying to lighten the mood.
  • Jones
  • Joyed I joyed in the little things in life such as a warm cup of tea and a good book.
  • June I have a job interview scheduled for the first week of June.
  • Junes Junes in this part of the country can be hot and humid.
  • Junked I junked my old car last month and bought a new one.
  • Keened The mother keened with grief at the funeral of her child.
  • Kenned
  • Keyed He keyed in his password to access his account.
  • Leaned Samantha leaned against the wall while waiting for her friend to arrive.
  • LEED The new building was designed and constructed to meet LEED Platinum certification.
  • Lend I cannot lend you any more money this month.
  • Lined The interior of the jacket was lined with soft fleece to keep me warm.
  • Maned The creature had a beautiful, thick, maned fur coat.
  • Meed As a faithful employee, I expect no more than a fair meed for my hard work.
  • Mend He tried to mend his broken heart with a rebound relationship, but it only made things worse.
  • Mended The tailor mended my torn dress.
  • Menes Menes is considered the first pharaoh of Egypt, according to ancient Egyptian history.
  • Meted The punishment meted out to the accused was much harsher than expected.
  • Mewed The cat mewed loudly until its owner gave it some attention.
  • Mined Many valuable minerals are mined from deep beneath the Earth's surface.
  • Ned Ned Stark is a beloved character in the first season of Game of Thrones.
  • Need I need to go grocery shopping today because we're almost out of food.
  • Nenad Nenad is a brilliant software engineer who has worked on numerous successful projects.
  • Opened When she opened the door, she was surprised to see her dog waiting for her.
  • Owned Tom owned a beautiful house on the beach.
  • Peed I almost peed my pants from laughing too hard.
  • Pend The clock's pendulum continued to swing back and forth, keeping time.
  • Pended The approval of the application has been pended until further review.
  • Penned He penned a heartfelt letter to his parents.
  • Pined He pined for her the entire time she was away.
  • Pwned I pwned my little brother in our game of chess last night.
  • Reed The tall grass was full of reeds that swayed in the wind.
  • Reined The cowboy reined his horse in to a trot.
  • Rend The fierce wind was able to rend the sails of the ship into tatters.
  • Rene Rene is my neighbor who always lends me a hand whenever I need it.
  • Renee Renee had a contagious smile that brightened up everyone's day.
  • Renew I am planning to renew my passport before it expires.
  • Rented I rented a costume for the Halloween party.
  • Rewed
  • Seed The farmer bought a bag of seed to plant in his field.
  • Seined Fishermen have seined this river for generations.
  • Send I will send you the instructions by email.
  • Sensed The dog sensed danger and barked loudly to warn its owner.
  • Sewed She sewed a button onto her shirt, fixing the missing one.
  • Sexed I accidentally sexed the baby chicks wrong and now I have a lot of roosters.
  • Teed He teed off on the first hole, hoping for a strong start to his round of golf.
  • Tend She tends to overanalyze things, which sometimes leads to unnecessary stress.
  • Tended I tended to my garden every day to ensure my plants grew healthy and strong.
  • Tenet The company's primary tenet is to prioritize customer satisfaction above all else.
  • Tensed The dog tensed up when he heard a loud noise outside.
  • Tented We set up the tented camp in the middle of the forest.
  • Toned After months of working out, she was proud of the toned muscles in her arms.
  • Tuned I need my piano tuned before my next performance.
  • Veined The leaf was veined with intricate patterns of red and green.
  • Vend I am going to vend my old clothes at the flea market this weekend.
  • Vended The items were vended through a machine at the airport.
  • Vented The car was uncomfortably hot until we vented the air conditioning.
  • Vexed The customer became increasingly vexed when their complaint was not resolved.
  • Waned As the moon waned, the night sky became darker and darker.
  • Weaned The child was weaned from breastfeeding and began eating solid food.
  • Weed The yard was riddled with weeds.
  • Weened I was weened off my medication after my doctor determined it was no longer necessary.
  • Wend I had to wend my way through the crowded city streets.
  • Wended They wended their way through the labyrinth of streets to reach the museum.
  • Wined She wined and dined her guests at her luxurious estate.
  • Zenned After practicing meditation for a few weeks, I felt more Zenned out and less stressed.
  • Zoned I zoned out while my teacher was explaining the lesson.

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Relealized

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