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How to spell MERILY correctly?

If you're referring to the misspelling "merily", the correct suggestions could be "merrily" or "merely". "Merrily" implies joy or happiness, while "merely" suggests something being done in a simple or limited way. Selecting the appropriate word depends on the context and intended meaning.

List of suggestions on how to spell merily correctly

  • eerily The old mansion was eerily quiet at night.
  • Marilyn Marilyn Monroe was a well-known actress and model during the 1950s and 1960s.
  • mealy The apple was mealy and tasted unpleasant.
  • merely I'm not asking for much, merely a simple apology.
  • merit The employee's hard work and dedication to the company earned him a merit-based promotion.
  • merle The merle coat pattern in dogs is characterized by mottled patches of different colors.
  • Merrill
  • merrily We sang merrily as we walked through the park.
  • merry
  • messily He ate his spaghetti messily and ended up with sauce all over his shirt.
  • murkily The water in the pond was murkily brown and made it difficult to see the bottom.
  • peril Although traveling to new and dangerous places can be exhilarating, it's important to be aware of the possible peril that lies ahead
  • verily
  • wearily After a long day at work, I wearily dragged myself to bed.

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