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How to spell PLAVED correctly?

Possible correct suggestions for the misspelling "plaved" could be "played", "paved" or "plugged". The correct spelling will depend on the intended meaning of the word and the context in which it is used. It's important to double-check and verify the correct spelling to avoid misunderstandings.

List of suggestions on how to spell plaved correctly

  • cleaved The axe cleaved the log in half.
  • gloved He gloved his hand before handling the hot skillet.
  • Laved The ocean laved my feet as I stood at the edge of the shore.
  • leaved The tree almost looked bare as it had leaved early due to the heat wave.
  • Lived She had lived in New York City for ten years before moving to Los Angeles.
  • loved
  • palaver Despite their attempts to finish the task quickly, they ended up engaged in more palaver than actual work.
  • Paled The once bright colors of the flowers in the garden have paled due to the lack of sun and rain.
  • paved The roads are well-paved here.
  • Pealed As the church bells pealed, the couple walked down the aisle as newlyweds.
  • peeved I was peeved when my boss ignored my new idea.
  • placed
  • placid She spent her days in the placid countryside, enjoying the peaceful surroundings.
  • plagued The company was plagued with financial problems for several years.
  • plaid He wears a plaid shirt every Friday.
  • Plaited She wore her hair plaited in a beautiful braid around her head.
  • Planed The board was planed smooth on all sides.
  • planet
  • planned We had a well planned itinerary for our vacation.
  • plashed The children plashed around in the shallow end of the pool.
  • plate She picked up her plate and walked to the sink.
  • Plated The silverware was plated with gold.
  • Platted The developer platted the land into several residential lots for construction.
  • played He played the guitar so passionately that the crowd went wild.
  • Pleaded He pleaded with the judge for a more lenient sentence.
  • pleased
  • pleated The pleated skirt was a classic and timeless addition to my wardrobe.
  • Plied
  • plover The snowy plover is a small shorebird that is often found along the coasts of North America.
  • plowed They plowed through the snow to reach their destination.
  • plumed The bird's plumed tail feathers were a beautiful shade of blue.
  • proved The scientist proved his hypothesis through rigorous experimentation.
  • Slaved She slaved over the stove for hours to prepare the perfect meal for her guests.

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