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How to spell LOUCKED correctly?

If you have mistakenly typed "loucked" instead of "locked", don't worry, it happens. To correct this error, simply change the 'u' to an 'o' and you'll have the correct spelling. Remember to double-check your words before finalizing any documents to ensure accuracy.

List of suggestions on how to spell loucked correctly

  • blocked I couldn't finish my homework because my access to the internet was blocked.
  • bucked The horse bucked wildly, throwing its rider to the ground.
  • clocked I clocked my fastest time in track practice today.
  • Clucked The hen clucked as she walked around the barnyard.
  • Cocked He cocked his head to the side, trying to understand what she was saying.
  • docked
  • Ducked I ducked behind the tree to avoid being hit by the flying object.
  • Flocked The tourists flocked to the beach to enjoy the warm sun and cool sea breeze.
  • hocked My father hocked his watch to pay for my tuition.
  • Lacked She lacked the skills necessary for the job.
  • licked The dog licked up all the spilled ice cream.
  • locke
  • locked
  • locker I forgot my gym clothes in my locker.
  • locket She wore a beautiful gold locket that contained a photo of her late husband.
  • Looked I looked up and saw my aunt and uncle watching me.
  • Lounged I lounged on the couch all day, watching movies and eating popcorn.
  • loused I accidentally loused up my new shirt by spilling coffee on it.
  • lucked She really lucked out with the score she got on her test.
  • Lurked Someone lurked in the shadows, watching as the unsuspecting victim walked past.
  • Mocked Billy was mocked by his friends for borrowing the car without asking.
  • mucked My shoes were all mucked up after walking in the muddy field.
  • plucked The farmer plucked a ripe apple from the tree.
  • pocked The surface of the ground was pocked with holes from the gophers.
  • Rocked I was so rocked by the story, I couldn't get it out of my mind.
  • Rucked Three students were rucked when their backpack caught on a branch.
  • Sucked I tried my best, but my presentation just sucked.
  • tucked

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