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How to spell LATED correctly?

If you meant to write "lated" and realized it's a misspelling, there are a couple of words that might fit your intended meaning. One option is "lated" which refers to being tardy or delayed. Another suggestion is "related" which implies a connection or association.

List of suggestions on how to spell lated correctly

  • bated The group waited with bated breath for the final exam results to be posted.
  • Bleated The lamb bleated loudly as it searched for its mother.
  • bloated
  • date
  • dated The furniture in the living room was so dated, it looked straight out of the 1970s.
  • elated Winning the championship made the team so elated that they were jumping up and down with excitement.
  • fated The couple was fated to meet each other no matter what obstacles they faced in life.
  • Flatted After the storm, the crops had been completely flatted.
  • Floated The boat floated gently on the calm lake.
  • Gated The community is gated, ensuring maximum security for its residents.
  • Gloated After her humiliation, she gloated to her friends about what a fool he had been.
  • halted The construction project was halted due to safety concerns.
  • hated He hated how he felt when he was sick.
  • laced She laced up her shoes and headed out the door for her morning run.
  • lad The young lad was running around the park, chasing after his friends.
  • lade Please put your laptop in the charger, it is almost lade.
  • laded The truck was laded with boxes of clothes.
  • Ladled She ladled soup into her bowl with a spoon.
  • laid After finishing their meal, they laid the dishes on the counter to be washed later.
  • Lamed The lamed on this Torah scroll is beautifully ornate.
  • landed We finally landed after a long flight.
  • lard I am allergic to pork products, so I cannot eat lard.
  • Larded She larded her speech with too many technical terms.
  • Lasted
  • lat
  • latched I latched the window shut to keep the cold air out.
  • late I woke up late this morning and had to rush to get ready for work.
  • latent Latent anger can prove to be a difficult problem to deal with.
  • later
  • latest The latest news is that the team has been given the all-clear to resume their work.
  • Lathed She had her hair lathed and rolled.
  • latte I ordered a vanilla latte from the coffee shop.
  • latter The latter half of the movie was better than the first.
  • laud
  • Lauded She was lauded for her work on the project.
  • Laved She laved her face with cold water, trying to calm herself down after the argument.
  • Lazed After a long day at work, John lazed in front of the TV for the rest of the evening.
  • leaded The plumber leaded the joints in the pipes to prevent leaks.
  • led The lamp is led by a lightbulb.
  • lied He looked me in the eyes and blatantly lied to my face.
  • lifted
  • ligated
  • lilted The conductor's baton lilted gracefully in the air as the orchestra played a lively tune.
  • listed The items on the shopping list are listed below.
  • lite Please be more lite in your movements.
  • loaded I'm feeling really loaded right now.
  • Loathed Despite the fact that he acted nice, she loathed his presence.
  • located
  • Lofted The ball was lofted high into the air, sailing over the goalkeeper and into the net.
  • looted During the riots last night, several stores were looted and set on fire by the angry mob.
  • Lusted He lusted after her all throughout high school, but was never able to work up the courage to ask her out.
  • lute
  • malted
  • mated
  • Plaited Since her hair is plaited tightly, you can't see her scalp.
  • Plated The dinner was remarkably plated.
  • Platted The city was platted in 1853.
  • pleated At the ball, she wore a pleated gown that showed off her curves to perfection.
  • Rated The movie was rated R for violence and nudity.
  • salted
  • sated I am feeling very sated after our meal.
  • Slated
  • Slatted The deck was slatted for the sea wind.
  • tate
  • ted Ted and his friends went to the movie theater last night.

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