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How to spell PRODE correctly?

If you've inadvertently typed "prode" instead of the correct term, "pride", fear not, as autocorrect will often come to your rescue. Alternatively, you may have meant "probe", "prone" or "provide". These suggestions ensure that your intended message is effectively communicated, reflecting your accurate language skills.

List of suggestions on how to spell prode correctly

  • erode The constant flow of water can eventually erode even the toughest rocks.
  • pr ode The poet read his latest ode to the audience.
  • pride
  • probe The scientist used a long probe to collect samples of soil from beneath the surface.
  • prod He used a stick to prod at the fire.
  • prods She prods her steak with her fork to see if it's cooked to her liking.
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  • prone She knew she was prone to anxiety attacks, so she always carried a stress ball in her pocket.
  • prose I have always preferred writing prose to composing poetry.
  • prove I need to prove my theory with evidence and research.
  • prude She was often called a prude because she refused to participate in any conversations considered vulgar.
  • rode Yesterday, I rode my bicycle for five miles.

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