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How to spell SAK correctly?

The misspelling "sak" could possibly be corrected to "sack", "sake" or "sark". "Sack" is a noun meaning a large bag made of a material like burlap, while "sake" is a noun referring to a Japanese alcoholic beverage. "Sark" is a noun that means a shirt or lightweight jacket.

List of suggestions on how to spell sak correctly

  • ak
  • oak The old oak tree provided shade under the hot summer sun.
  • sa
  • sac The pilgrims carried a small sac containing their religious offerings.
  • sack I usually carry my laptop in a backpack, but today I brought a sack because it was bigger.
  • sad I felt sad when I watched the movie's heartbreaking ending.
  • sag As people age, they may experience a sag in their skin or muscles.
  • sake
  • saki I love to drink hot saki in the winter.
  • Sal
  • salk The Salk Institute for Biological Studies is a research institute in La Jolla, California.
  • sam Sam loves to read adventure books.
  • San
  • Sank
  • sap The sapling produced a great deal of sap.
  • SASK SASK is an abbreviation for the Canadian province of Saskatchewan.
  • sat I sat in the park and read my book for hours.
  • saw
  • sax
  • say
  • SK SK is the abbreviation for the Indian state of Sikkim.
  • soak I like to soak in a hot bath to relax after a long day.
  • SWAK
  • yak The yak is a common domesticated animal in Tibet.

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