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How to spell MEGER correctly?

If you meant to type "meger" but realized it's misspelled, here are a few possible correct suggestions: "meger" could be corrected to "merge", which means combining two things into one; "meger" might also be intended as "major", indicating something significant or profound. Double-checking your intended word ensures effective communication.

List of suggestions on how to spell meger correctly

  • eager
  • GER The GER was a railway company that operated in the United Kingdom during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
  • jeer The crowd began to jeer at the opposing team after the home team scored a goal.
  • leger The company has a leger book that tracks all financial transactions.
  • maker The maker of the vase carefully molded and shaped the clay to create a stunning piece of art.
  • manger
  • meager The family's meager income made it hard for them to make ends meet.
  • meek The little lamb looked very meek and innocent.
  • meeker I wasn't expecting to meet such a meeker person at the party.
  • meg Meg couldn't believe how much weight she had gained over the holidays.
  • Mega The new amusement park features a mega roller coaster that towers over the entire park.
  • MEGO I have a MeGo that I use for gaming.
  • MEGS Megs used to love playing video games, but now she spends most of her time reading books.
  • Meier The Meier family owns a farm in the country.
  • meir
  • mere She dismissed his concerns as mere speculation.
  • merge The two companies agreed to merge and become a stronger force in the industry.
  • merged The two companies have merged to become a stronger, more unified force in the market.
  • merger The merger between the two companies was completed successfully.
  • mergers The company's stock prices soared after the announcement of multiple mergers.
  • merges
  • meter The electric meter recorded that the house had used an unusually high amount of energy that month.
  • Meyer The Meyer family runs a bakery in town.
  • MGR John's promotion to MGR came with a significant pay raise and more responsibilities.
  • monger The monger was selling apples.
  • mugger I saw a mugger run by me.

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