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How to spell LNKED correctly?

For the misspelling "lnked", there are a few possible correct suggestions. One option is "linked", which refers to something being connected or associated with something else. Other alternatives could include "inked" or "blinked", depending on the intended context. Double-checking the context can help determine the most appropriate correction.

List of suggestions on how to spell lnked correctly

  • Banked I banked all my savings in a secured account.
  • Blanked I was Blanked.
  • Blinked Spike blinked and woke up.
  • Bunked I bunked with my cousins during the family reunion.
  • Clanked As soon as she opened the door, she heard the clanked sound of metal on metal.
  • Clinked He clinked his glass against hers before taking a sip of his drink.
  • clunked The car's engine clunked loudly before stalling on the highway.
  • conked
  • dunked I dunked my donut in my coffee for breakfast this morning.
  • finked I finked that he was telling the truth.
  • Flanked Nancy flanked Murphy as they walked through the park.
  • Flunked I flunked my math test because I didn't study enough.
  • funked I was planning on going to the party tonight, but I funked out at the last minute.
  • honked The car honked loudly as it approached the intersection.
  • Inked She had her favorite quote inked on her forearm as a daily reminder of its importance.
  • junked I'm pretty sure I'm going to be coming home with a massive case of junked.
  • Kinked I kinked the hose while trying to water the plants.
  • Lacked Despite his skillset, he lacked the necessary experience to tackle the complex project.
  • Lanced
  • landed
  • Larked I larked around with my friends at the park last Sunday.
  • Leaked I heard that a leaked document could incriminate me.
  • licked
  • liked I really liked the new book that my friend recommended.
  • lined This pencil is lined.
  • linked The chain of lakes is a linked chain of lakes.
  • linker The linker is responsible for resolving references between object files.
  • locked I locked the front door before leaving the house.
  • Longed She longed for the warmth of the sun on her skin on the cold winter day.
  • Looked I looked at the information on the table and found that it was quite useful.
  • lucked
  • Lunged The lizard lunged at the snake, extending its neck to bite it.
  • Lurked The snake lurked in the shadows, watching its prey.
  • nuked I accidentally nuked my leftovers in the microwave for too long and now it's too hot to eat.
  • Pinked I Pinked my nose when I was trying to hide the tears.
  • Planked The fish was planked perfectly on the wooden board.
  • plunked I plunked my teacup on the counter and stormed out of the room.
  • ranked The university was ranked number one in the country for its graduate program in business.
  • Snaked The little girl snaked her way through the crowded market to find her lost mother.
  • tanked I definitely tanked that test.
  • Winked She winked at him playfully before walking away.
  • Yanked I was yanked out of the car in a parking lot.
  • zonked After drinking too much, she felt like she was zonked.

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