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How to spell RELEIVED correctly?

When faced with the common misspelling "releived", correct suggestions include "relieved", "relied", and "reserved". "Relieved" refers to feeling of relief, while "relied" implies depending on someone or something. "Reserved" signifies keeping something for future use. Ensuring correct spelling improves clarity in written communication.

List of suggestions on how to spell releived correctly

  • re lived
  • received
  • released The company announced that their new product will be released next month.
  • Relied
  • relieved I was relieved to find out that the meeting was cancelled.
  • relined The plumber relined the old pipes instead of replacing them.
  • relive I would love to relive the memories of my childhood.
  • relived I was relived to find my lost phone inside my bag.
  • relives
  • reserved We have a reserved table at the restaurant tonight.
  • revived The sudden rain revived the parched plants in the garden.

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