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How to spell REACKED correctly?

When encountering the misspelling "reacked", it is likely the intended word is "wreaked". "Wreaked" means to cause something, typically harm or havoc. Therefore, a suggestion for the right spelling would be "wreaked". Double-checking spellings ensures clear communication and avoids confusion.

List of suggestions on how to spell reacked correctly

  • cracked I dropped the glass and it cracked into a thousand pieces.
  • Creaked The old floorboards creaked under my feet as I tiptoed through the dark hallway.
  • Freaked She freaked out when she saw the spider crawling on her bed.
  • Raced
  • Racked He racked his brain trying to remember where he put his keys.
  • racket I can't concentrate because of the loud racket coming from the construction site next door.
  • Raked
  • ranked The university is ranked one of the top schools in the nation for engineering programs.
  • Reached I reached the top of the mountain and it was a breathtaking view.
  • reacted He reacted strongly when he heard the news.
  • Reeked The garbage can had not been emptied in days and reeked of foul odors.
  • Remarked He remarked that the food tasted delicious.
  • repacked I repacked my suitcase before leaving for my trip to ensure that everything fit properly.
  • ricked
  • Rocked
  • Rucked The back of his shirt was rucked up from where he had been sitting.
  • tracked I tracked my daily steps using a fitness app on my phone.
  • wracked He was wracked with guilt over his actions.
  • Wreaked The storm wreaked havoc on the small town, causing extensive damage to homes and businesses alike.
  • wrecked The storm wrecked the entire city, causing massive destruction and displacement.

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