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How to spell RABIED correctly?

If you have mistakenly typed "rabied" instead of "rabid", don't worry, we've got you covered with some possible correct suggestions. "Rabid" refers to an intense or fanatical behavior, usually associated with animals infected with rabies. So next time, make sure to double-check your spelling for accuracy!

List of suggestions on how to spell rabied correctly

  • abed I went to bed and stayed abed until noon the next day.
  • Babied My niece was babied by her grandparents until she was six.
  • crabbed
  • Grabbed She grabbed my arm to stop me from fleeing.
  • rabbet The rabbet joint is commonly used in woodworking for connecting two pieces of wood at right angles.
  • rabid The rabid dog was frothing at the mouth and had to be put down by animal control.
  • rabies Rabies is a fatal disease caused by a virus.
  • Raced Guy raced to the store to buy some candy.
  • radioed The pilot radioed for help.
  • Raged I raged for hours after she left me for another man.
  • raid We conducted a raid on their lair to confiscate their weapons.
  • Raided The police raided the house after receiving a tip about illegal activity.
  • Railed She railed against the injustice of the new policy.
  • Rained I was about to go out for a walk, but then it rained.
  • raised She had to be raised from the dead.
  • Raked I raked the leaves into a neat pile.
  • Rallied We rallied around the fallen soldier and supported him as best we could.
  • raped
  • rapid The growth of technology has led to rapid changes in our society.
  • Rated My movie was rated PG for younger viewers.
  • Raved The food was so delicious, everyone raved about it all night long.
  • razed The city was completely razed by the enemy during the war.
  • readied The soldiers readied their weapons for battle.
  • rebind I need to rebind my notebook because the pages are falling out.
  • Ribbed Her back was lined with ribbed skin.
  • Robbed The bank was robbed by a group of masked criminals.
  • robed The wizard was robed in a long, flowing cloak adorned with shimmering stars.
  • Rubbed I accidentally rubbed ketchup on my shirt while eating my burger.

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