How to spell QUIPED correctly?
If you find yourself misspelling "quiped", don't worry as it happens to the best of us. Common correct suggestions for this misspelling include "quip", "quipped" or "quipster". Remember to proofread your work to catch any mistakes and avoid potential confusion.
List of suggestions on how to spell quiped correctly
- Cupped She held her cupped hand out to catch the raindrops that were falling from the sky.
- Duped I thought he was sincere, but he just duped me into giving him money.
- equipped The soldiers were fully equipped with weapons and gear for their mission.
- Griped She griped about the food quality at the restaurant.
- guided The hiker was guided by a map and compass through the wilderness.
- Gulped I gulped nervously as I stepped onto the stage to give my speech.
- Jumped I was so surprised when he jumped out from behind the bushes.
- Piped The music was piped through the loudspeakers as the guests arrived at the party.
- Pupped I'm going to the pupped party.
- quailed When she saw the masked man with the knife she quailed, knowing full well that she was powerless to stop him.
- Quaked I quaked when I saw the size of the snake.
- queued I'm queued up for lunch.
- quid "I don't have a quid to spare," said the broke traveler.
- Quieted The sound of the rain quietly quieted my mind and put me to sleep.
- quip She loved to quip in a witty, sarcastic manner that always had her friends laughing.
- Quipped After I saw the way she was wearing that dress, I quipped, "I can see your underoos.
- quips I was having a quips with my friend when he asked me what I planned to do for Thanksgiving.
- Quirked As he listened to the joke, his lips quirked into a half-smile.
- Quizzed The detective quizzed the suspect heavily to get more information about the crime.
- Quoted "She quoted the Bible to me," said Sarah.
- Supped We supped on a delicious meal of roasted chicken and vegetables.
- upped She upped her game and started practicing even harder to make the team.
- Wiped I wiped the dust off my laptop.
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