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How to spell LIDED correctly?

If you meant to write "lided" but realized it's a misspelling, fear not! The correct spelling for what you're looking for is "lid". It refers to the top or cover of a container. So, next time, remember to just use "lid" to talk about that small, important part!

List of suggestions on how to spell lided correctly

  • aided
  • bladed The knife had a sharp, bladed edge.
  • Died My uncle sadly died last night after a long battle with cancer.
  • Elided The author elided certain details in order to maintain the flow of the story.
  • Eluded The answer to the problem eluded him even after hours of studying.
  • gilded The gilded edges of the book gave it a luxurious feel.
  • Glided The swan glided elegantly across the serene lake.
  • Hided
  • lade She will lade the car with all of the groceries.
  • laded I fully charged my phone and laded it with power.
  • Ladled She ladled some soup into the bowl.
  • landed The plane landed safely on the runway.
  • Larded I'm going to have a larded bird for dinner.
  • Lauded The team's efforts were lauded by the coach.
  • leaded They leaded the meeting in a productive direction.
  • led He led us through the dense forest to the lake.
  • lid He carefully lifted the lid to reveal the contents inside.
  • lidded She held up a lidded pot and grinned.
  • lido I usually take a swim at the public beach down the street from my house - it's called Lido Beach.
  • lied
  • Lieder My favorite Lieder composer is Franz Schubert.
  • lifted He lifted the heavy weight with ease due to his regular exercise routine.
  • liked I really liked the dress she bought.
  • lilted The melody lilted softly through the forest, filling the air with a peaceful tune.
  • Limed The carpenter limed the wood to give it an antique appearance.
  • lined The road was lined with beautiful trees on either side.
  • listed
  • lite I prefer to drink a lite beer instead of a regular one.
  • Lived
  • loaded I have a loaded schedule this week with back-to-back meetings and appointments.
  • lode The miner struck a rich lode of silver deep in the mine.
  • Lorded No one lorded over him like she did.
  • Sided
  • tide The incoming tide was powerful enough to sweep us ashore.
  • Tided After the storm, the crew tided up the dock and cleared the debris.
  • tied Jeremy was tied to a chair.
  • tiled

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Aisile

  • abseil
  • agile
  • ail
  • ails
  • airily
  • ais
  • aisle
  • aisles
  • ale
  • alice
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