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How to spell LIGHED correctly?

If you find yourself mistyping "lighed", fear not! The correct spelling is "lighted". Remember to stick with the correct variant, which indicates something being illuminated. Keep this in mind while writing to prevent any inadvertent errors. Happy spelling!

List of suggestions on how to spell lighed correctly

  • bighead I don't want to be a bighead, but I know I'm the best player on the team.
  • gigged I gigged with my band on Saturday night and we had a great turnout.
  • Jigged I jigged along to the music.
  • Lagged The performance of the computer system lagged due to the outdated hardware components.
  • Lashed Munro hadn't been lashed in a while and it felt delicious against his skin.
  • Lathed A car is lathed to create a beautiful, one-of-a-kind masterpiece.
  • Laughed I laughed when I saw him trying to zip up his jacket.
  • legged The three-legged stool wobbled unsteadily as he sat down.
  • licked The ice cream was so delicious that he licked his cone clean.
  • lidded
  • lied
  • ligated The surgeon carefully ligated the blood vessels before removing the tumor.
  • light
  • lighted The room was dimly lighted, casting eerie shadows on the walls.
  • lighter I need a lighter to start the campfire.
  • liked
  • Limed The exterior of the old farmhouse was limed to give it a fresh, updated look.
  • lined I can't believe she lined her pockets with cash.
  • linked I was linked to her LinkedIn account.
  • lipped She lipped back at him, her eyes narrowing.
  • Lived Throughout my life, I've lived in fear of the dark.
  • Logged Alice logged into her computer.
  • Lugged
  • Neighed I Neighed at the pony in frustration.
  • Pigged I feel horrible, I pigged myself at the party.
  • rigged She complained that the election was rigged.
  • Sighed He sighed as he realized he forgot his keys inside the house.
  • sleighed Although it rarely snows where I live, I was thrilled the day we finally had enough snow to go sleighing down the hill and felt like we sleighed like champs.
  • Weighed Weighed the cheese and found it to be four pounds.
  • wigged My aunt wore a wigged wig at the funeral.

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