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How to spell REVERRED correctly?

If you find yourself mistakenly typing "reverred" instead of "revered", don't worry! Here are some possible correct suggestions: "reverend", "referred" or "reversed". These words have similar spellings but convey different meanings. Always proofread to ensure accuracy in your writing.

List of suggestions on how to spell reverred correctly

  • Averred The defendant averred in court that he was not present at the crime scene.
  • deferred She deferred her dream of traveling the world until she had paid off her student loans.
  • fevered He had a fevered brow, indicating that he was not feeling well.
  • levered He levered the heavy box onto the shelf, using his strength to lift it up.
  • preferred She preferred to drink black coffee rather than adding sugar to it.
  • Recurred The same problem recurred despite our best efforts to fix it.
  • refereed The journal is refereed by a committee of scholars.
  • Referred His death was referred to as an accident.
  • Referrer When setting up an online campaign, it's important to track the referrer to understand where your traffic is coming from.
  • revealed The police revealed that they had arrested the suspect.
  • Reveled She reveled in the dizzying feeling of happiness after receiving the news of her promotion.
  • Revelled The students revelled in the fun activities at the school carnival.
  • revere As a devout Muslim, I revere the holy Koran as the word of God.
  • revered The ancient temple was revered as a sacred place by the locals.
  • reverend The reverend delivered a powerful sermon at the weekly service.
  • reveres The community reveres the statue of the town's founder as a symbol of pride and heritage.
  • reverie As soon as the music started, she drifted off into a peaceful reverie.
  • Reveries I often spend my evenings lost in reveries of exploring far-off lands.
  • reversed The car reversed and backed out of the driveway.
  • Reverted
  • riverbed The water level in the riverbed was low due to the dry weather.
  • severed I severed the wire with a hacksaw.

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