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How to spell OUZE correctly?

If you've mistakenly typed "ouze" instead of its correct spelling, "ooze", don't worry! The auto-correct feature can help you with the correction. However, if you're deliberately looking for alternatives, you may consider "oozy" or "slime". Both options convey a similar meaning while providing a suitable replacement for the misspelling.

List of suggestions on how to spell ouze correctly

  • adze The carpenter used an adze to create a smooth surface on the wooden plank.
  • booze I'm going to bed, but first I'm going to need some booze.
  • buzz The buzz in the air was electric.
  • daze After the party, she felt like she had been in a daze the whole time.
  • douse He quickly ran to douse the campfire to prevent it from spreading.
  • doze
  • duse
  • faze
  • furze I'm going to go for a walk in the furze.
  • fuse She tried to blow out the fuse, but it wouldn't work.
  • fuzz I need to buy a new razor because the fuzz on my legs is getting out of control.
  • gauze The nurse placed a layer of gauze on the patient's wound to promote healing.
  • gaze She couldn't help but gaze at the breathtaking sunset over the horizon.
  • haze The city was covered in a thick haze of smoke from the forest fire.
  • house The house is big and it's on a big piece of land.
  • laze I plan to laze around on the beach all day.
  • louse A louse was crawling on the floor.
  • luce Luce is a modern Italian restaurant located in the heart of downtown.
  • Luz I met Luz at the bar.
  • maze In the maze, you'll never know which way to go.
  • mouse I saw a mouse in my kitchen.
  • muse As a writer, I often look to nature as my muse.
  • oboe The oboe is a double-reed woodwind instrument.
  • ode He wrote an ode to his mother on her birthday.
  • Oe
  • OISE OISE is one of the largest universities in Toronto.
  • Ole Ole is a common exclamation of excitement or encouragement in Spanish-speaking cultures.
  • once The day was hot, and once I got out of the shower, my hair was greasy.
  • one I have one toy car.
  • ooze The ooze slowly seeped from the open wound.
  • Oozed After he oozed his hot tar all over my car, I was really mad.
  • oozes The oil oozes from the machine.
  • oozy I felt an oozy sensation coming from between my legs.
  • Ope In Nigeria, Yoruba women still follow a Traditional healer, or Ope.
  • ore The miner is looking for ore deep in the mine.
  • orzo I love orzo with my pasta dinners.
  • Ouch I bit my lip hard and Ouch! it smarted.
  • ounce One ounce of gold weighs twenty-four pennyweights.
  • Our Let's go out for dinner, our treat.
  • Ours
  • oust We should oust them from their office.
  • out
  • outer I have an outer layer of insulation.
  • OUTS The baseball team needed to score some runs in the ninth inning as they only had three outs left to play.
  • ouzo I tried ouzo for the first time on my trip to Greece and found it to be a potent but refreshing drink.
  • owe I owe you a debt of gratitude for all your kindness.
  • Oz I want to Oz the pudding.
  • oz.
  • Ozzie My parents named me Ozzie.
  • puce The fox had a patch of puce on its cheek.
  • raze The city decided to raze the old building to make way for a new park.
  • rouse The loud noise finally managed to rouse the sleeping cat.
  • ruse He tried to ruse her into revealing her location, but she was too savvy for that.
  • size She couldn't believe that her size would matter.
  • souse I'm not sure how to use the word "souse" in a sentence.
  • sue I will sue you if you don't return my property.
  • Suse She spends her weekends in her home town of Suse, Germany.
  • Suzy Suzy always gets along well with her classmates.
  • use I will use my phone to call you.
  • ute I heard the Ute park outside.
  • uzi The gang members were wielding uzi submachine guns during the armed robbery.

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