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How to spell LCKS correctly?

If you're typing too quickly and end up with "lcks" instead of the intended word, here are some suggestions to correct the misspelling. "Locks", referring to securing something, "licks", related to tasting with your tongue or "lacks", indicating a scarcity or absence of something. Double-checking spelling helps ensure effective communication.

List of suggestions on how to spell lcks correctly

  • CKS CKS is an abbreviation commonly used to refer to Chiang Kai-shek, the former President of the Republic of China.
  • CKs I have several pairs of CKs in my underwear drawer.
  • LACKS The team lacks a strong leader, which has contributed to their lackluster performance.
  • LC KS LC KS is an abbreviation for "Limited Company Kansas", used to refer to a business incorporated in the state of Kansas.
  • LCS TSM won the LCS championship for the fourth time in a row.
  • LICKS The dog eagerly licks his paw after a long walk in the park.
  • LOCKS I always double-check that all the locks are securely fastened before leaving the house.
  • LUCKS She always has good lucks when it comes to winning competitions.
  • LUKS I had a luks warm cup of tea this morning.

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