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How to spell RAB correctly?

If you meant to type "rab" but it turned out to be a misspelling, here are some possible correct suggestions: "rabbi" (a Jewish religious leader), "ramp" (a sloping surface), "grab" (to take hold of) or "crab" (a crustacean). Remember to double-check your spelling to ensure accurate communication.

List of suggestions on how to spell rab correctly

  • ab
  • arab The Arab world spans across many countries in the Middle East and North Africa.
  • cab
  • crab Yesterday, I had a delicious meal of steamed crab for dinner.
  • dab I saw him dab his forehead with a handkerchief.
  • drab The walls of the old house were painted in a drab shade of grey.
  • fab She wore a fab new dress to the party last night.
  • gab I was trying to focus on my work, but my co-worker's constant gab was distracting me.
  • grab Can you grab the remote control for me?
  • jab The doctor gave a quick jab with the needle before I even had time to react.
  • lab The chemist conducted the experiment in the lab.
  • nab The police were able to nab the suspect after a high-speed chase.
  • ra
  • rad I heard that concert was rad.
  • Rae Rae loves to read books in her free time.
  • raf The RAF (Royal Air Force) was instrumental in the defense of the United Kingdom during World War II.
  • rag I need to clean up this spill with a rag.
  • RAH "RAH! Let's cheer our team to victory!
  • ram The ram charged towards the intruder, ready to defend its territory.
  • Ran
  • rap He's one of the best rap artists in the world.
  • rat There is a rat in the garage.
  • raw I only eat raw vegetables because they are healthier than cooked ones.
  • ray The sun's ray illuminates the room.
  • rb
  • rib
  • rob Last night, someone tried to rob the convenience store down the street.
  • rub He asked me to rub his back after a long day at work.
  • tab Can you please switch to the next tab on the internet browser?

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Acours

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