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How to spell LITTED correctly?

If you come across the misspelling "litted", you can consider a few appropriate corrections. One possibility is replacing it with "lit", commonly used to indicate that something is illuminated. Another option could be "lettered", denoting the addition or inscription of letters. Selecting the correct suggestion depends on the intended meaning.

List of suggestions on how to spell litted correctly

  • Blotted She blotted her tears with a tissue.
  • Cited The author cited the research study as evidence to support his argument.
  • clotted The blood had clotted and formed a small scab over the cut.
  • dittoed I dittoed her statement because I completely agreed with what she said.
  • Fitted I need a fitted dress for my party.
  • Flatted I accidentally flatted my bicycle tire on the way to work.
  • Flirted He flirted shamelessly with the pretty girl at the bar.
  • Flitted I flitted through the trees, looking for my sparrow.
  • glutted After the holidays, my fridge was glutted with leftovers.
  • jilted She felt jilted when her ex-boyfriend left her for someone else.
  • Kilted She had a kilted dress and matching hat.
  • kited He kited his way across the sea.
  • knitted My grandmother knitted me a warm sweater for winter.
  • Lasted The storm lasted for two days, causing widespread damage and power outages.
  • latte I love coffee, but I'd probably prefer a latte.
  • latter She preferred the latter option.
  • letter
  • lidded The lidded jar kept the cookies fresh for days.
  • lied
  • lifted
  • ligated
  • lighted She lighted a candle to brighten up the room.
  • liked I have always liked spending time with my family.
  • lilted The singer's voice lilted through the room and caught everyone's attention.
  • Limed students had toiled all night to assemble a limed presentation.
  • limited The availability of tickets is limited, so you should buy them as soon as possible.
  • lined
  • listed I have listed all the items needed for the party.
  • lite
  • liter
  • litotes I'm not an expert, but I believe you need a litotes kit for this job.
  • litre I need to buy a litre of petrol.
  • litter I can't believe she would litter in such a place.
  • littered The room was littered with pieces of paper and cigarette butts.
  • litters She litters her room with clothes and books.
  • little I always carry a little notebook with me to jot down ideas.
  • littler The littler bird looked so sad, I wanted to take her home.
  • Lived He lived a long and fulfilling life.
  • Lofted The ball was lofted high into the air and landed perfectly in the striker's foot.
  • looted The store was looted during the riot.
  • Lusted After hours of bargaining, she finally agreed to sell me her old Lusted t-shirt for only $5.
  • milted Sheifting her shirt, Ivy showed her milted skin to the cool breeze.
  • pitted The road was pitted with pot holes.
  • Platted Her hair was platted in a neat twist at the nape of her neck.
  • plotted The group plotted their next move in the game.
  • Silted The river that used to run through the city was gradually Silted over time.
  • Sited The house was sited on a hill with a stunning view of the surrounding countryside.
  • Slatted The slatted blinds let a soft stream of light into the room.
  • Slotted I slotted the paper into the correct folder.
  • tilted The picture on the wall was tilted, and it was making me dizzy.
  • titter The girls could not hide their titter when they saw the boy's awkward dance moves.
  • wilted The flowers had wilted in the hot sun.
  • Witted She may not be book-witted, but she has a quick wit that gets her through life's challenges.

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