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How to spell PULSH correctly?

If you intended to type "pulsh" but made a spelling error, the correct suggestions might be "push" or "plush". While "push" denotes exerting force, often used with buttons or objects, "plush" refers to a soft, luxurious fabric. Double-checking spelling can prevent such mistakes and ensure accurate communication.

List of suggestions on how to spell pulsh correctly

  • lush
  • palish I am feeling quite palish right now.
  • plash The sound of the waves was soothing as they began to plash against the shore.
  • plush The plush sofa feels really comfortable to sit on.
  • polish
  • posh The hotel where we stayed was very posh, with chandeliers, marble floors, and luxurious furnishings.
  • publish
  • pule I can't take this anymore, I'm going to pule.
  • pules Please stop making such pules noises.
  • pull I need to pull the door closed.
  • pulls
  • pulse Your pulse is racing.
  • purls She focused intently on her knitting, making sure each stitch was perfect, including the purls.
  • push
  • pushy I was feeling a little pushy today.

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