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How to spell POWET correctly?

If you accidentally typed "powet" instead of "power", don't worry! Here are some potential correct suggestions: "power", "pocket", "pewter", "plot" or "potent". Auto-correct may have failed you, but with these alternatives, your message will surely convey the intended word without any confusion.

List of suggestions on how to spell powet correctly

  • bowed The pianist bowed gracefully at the end of her concert.
  • cowed The teacher's strict tone cowed the students into complete silence.
  • Lowed
  • mowed
  • owed
  • Pawed
  • pet I love to cuddle with my pet dog on the couch while watching TV.
  • pewee The pewee bird perched on a branch and sang a sweet melody.
  • pewit The pewit flew gracefully over the field in search of food.
  • plowed
  • pocket
  • poet The poet's verses echoed through the auditorium, captivating the audience.
  • point The point of the story was to teach a valuable lesson.
  • Poked
  • Poled The boat poled down the river, navigating through the shallow waters.
  • poppet
  • Pored
  • port The port was busy with ships loading and unloading cargo.
  • posed The model posed for the camera, striking various poses to show off the clothing.
  • posit I would like to posit that the new policy is not as effective as we initially thought.
  • post
  • pot I am going to boil water in the pot.
  • pout
  • powder She always kept a bottle of face powder in her purse for touch-ups throughout the day.
  • powell
  • power
  • powers With great powers comes great responsibility.
  • PUGET Puget Sound is a beautiful waterway in the Pacific Northwest of the United States.
  • Rowed She rowed her way across the lake with ease.
  • sowed She sowed the seeds in her garden, hoping for a bountiful harvest.
  • soweto Soweto is a vibrant township located in the city of Johannesburg, South Africa.
  • Towed The car was towed away because it was parked in a no-parking zone.
  • Vowed She vowed to never eat fast food again.
  • wet The rain made everything outside wet.
  • wowed She was wowed by the lavish party.

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Accurr

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