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How to spell PUSES correctly?

One possible correct suggestion for the misspelling "puses" is "purses". Other suggestions may include "poses", "pulses" or "pussies", depending on the context and intended meaning of the word. It is important to review and proofread written text to ensure accurate spelling and clear communication.

List of suggestions on how to spell puses correctly

  • buses The buses go to the city.
  • fuses I blew the fuses in my car.
  • muses The artist gathered his muses and began to paint a masterpiece.
  • PACES The doctor recommended that I should increase my PACES during my daily workout.
  • parses The program parses the text and converts it to a json format.
  • passes
  • pauses She pauses for a moment to gather her thoughts before continuing with her speech.
  • PESOS I exchanged my US dollars for pesos to pay for my souvenir purchases in Mexico.
  • pisces My sister's zodiac sign is Pisces, which means she is compassionate and creative.
  • pisses
  • pluses The pluses of this new job offer include a higher salary and better benefits.
  • poises She poises herself confidently on the balance beam before her gymnastics routine.
  • posers Some posers pretend to know what they're talking about, when in reality they have no idea.
  • poses The new job poses a great challenge to my skills and abilities.
  • Posies I picked up some posies for my mother's garden.
  • posses I will always posses a special place in my heart for my childhood home.
  • PSIS The PSIS is the point of reference for locating the sacrum and coccyx.
  • pubes Dick and Jane went to the pubes and had a few drinks.
  • pules I cannot believe that you would drink those Pules.
  • Pulses I had a hearty meal of pulses and vegetables for lunch.
  • purses I love collecting designer purses.
  • pursues She pursues her passion for music by practicing every day.
  • pusey He attended a Protestant church known as Pusey.
  • pushes The snowstorm pushes through the city, leaving a thick layer of snow in its path.
  • puss I don't want to touch the puss that's oozing out of your wound.
  • pusses
  • ruses John used many ruses to get out of doing his chores.
  • uses She uses her phone to take pictures of the beautiful sunset.

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