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How to spell MOUSIT correctly?

The correct spelling for "Mousit" could be "Moussed" which means to style hair with mousse, "Moused" which means to hunt for or catch mice or "Mousetrap" which is a device used to catch mice. Other possible suggestions include "Mousing" which means to move quietly like a mouse or "Mouser" which means a cat that catches mice.

List of suggestions on how to spell Mousit correctly

  • Cousin I am going to visit my cousin in Arizona next month.
  • Joust The knight was skilled in the art of joust and won the tournament.
  • Mohit I met Mohit at the coffee shop yesterday.
  • Moist The cake came out perfectly moist and delicious.
  • Most Most people enjoy going to the beach during the summer.
  • Mount They had to mount the heavy bookcase onto the wall.
  • Mouse I saw a little mouse run across the room.
  • Moused Tom moused over the link to see the website's preview.
  • Mouser The mouser caught the mouse, but did not harm it and set it free.
  • Mouses Mouses are vital components of a computer system.
  • Mousier
  • Mousiest Out of all the students in the class, Sarah was the mousiest, always sitting quietly in the back of the room.
  • Mousing Mousing over the link reveals additional information about the product.
  • Mousse I love the strawberry mousse dessert at my favorite restaurant.
  • Mousy She wore a mousy brown sweater which blended into the beige walls of the room.
  • MSIT MSIT program is designed to develop and hone skills necessary for success in the rapidly evolving field of information technology.
  • Music Music is a universal language that has the power to evoke emotions and bring people together.
  • Must You must arrive at least 30 minutes before your flight.
  • Oust The board members decided to oust the CEO after the company's profits plummeted.
  • Posit He decided to posit his theory to the group for feedback and discussion.
  • Roust I will roust him from his bed early in the morning.

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