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How to spell REALD correctly?

If you've mistakenly typed "reald" and want to correct it, here are some possible suggestions for the correct spelling. It could be "real", meaning genuine or authentic. Another option might be "read", the past tense of the verb "to read". Remember to proofread your work to ensure accurate spelling.

List of suggestions on how to spell reald correctly

  • Gerald Gerald is my uncle's name.
  • herald The herald announced the arrival of the queen.
  • Jerald Jerald is excited to attend the concert with his friends.
  • lead He was chosen to lead the team to victory.
  • rad I love the rad sounds the guitar makes.
  • raid The police conducted a raid on the suspected drug dealers' house.
  • read
  • ready
  • real It's important to be real with yourself and others in order to develop genuine relationships.
  • realer
  • really I really need to get to the bank.
  • realm She always thought of herself as a princess in her own realm.
  • realty I am looking to buy some prime realty in the heart of the city.
  • red I love the red roses in the garden.
  • reed I keep a reed pipe handy for when I need to relax.
  • reel She watched the reel of film spin through the projector.
  • Reeled As the fish swam away, she reeled in her line quickly.
  • Refold I refold the blanket and place it back in the closet.
  • Regaled The storyteller regaled the children with tales of mermaids and unicorns.
  • reid A Reid is a Scottish surname.
  • REL
  • Relaid I relaid the tiles in the bathroom.
  • rely
  • remold
  • resold
  • Retold This story has been retold many times.
  • rial I cannot believe you got a ticket for driving without a license! That was serious Rial!
  • ribald The ribald old pirate asked his listeners what they'd bring to his funeral.
  • road I took a road to get there.
  • Ronald Ronald McDonald is the famous fictional character and mascot for the fast-food chain McDonald's.

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