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How to spell SERIE correctly?

If you've misspelled "serie", here are some possible correct suggestions. If you meant a television series, the correct spelling is "series". For a group of related books or movies, "series" is also accurate. However, if you intended to spell "serious" or "ceremony", please double-check the context to ensure correct usage.

List of suggestions on how to spell serie correctly

  • aerie The eagle soared towards its aerie, high atop the rocky cliff.
  • cerise A cerise is a type of red berry.
  • eerie The abandoned house had an eerie feeling to it.
  • Ere Ere was an archaic word meaning "before.
  • erie Lake Erie is one of the important lakes in North America.
  • sari A sari is an empire-waisted dress characteristic of the Indian subcontinent.
  • see If you want to see the other side of the hill, you'll need to hike uphill.
  • seine
  • seize The police managed to seize a large quantity of drugs during the raid.
  • serape I borrowed a serape from my mustache-sporting friend.
  • sere andalsus yielded to the waves, sere and barren.
  • serene The serene lake was a beautiful sight to behold.
  • serer
  • serge The tailors used serge to create the uniform for the army.
  • Sergei Sergei received the news with mixed feelings.
  • serial The TV series "Serial" is a serialized story.
  • series I watch the series "House" on PBS.
  • serif I love how the serifs on the page contrast with the sans serif typeface.
  • serra
  • serried The trees were serried in a row.
  • serve I am going to serve dinner to my family tonight.
  • Sheri Sheri is a wonderful friend.
  • Sherrie Sherrie finished the project on time and under budget.
  • sire King Louis XIV was the sire of many talented children.
  • sore
  • sprier A sprier is a bird that flies high in the air and spins around to fly in the opposite direction.
  • Striae The lines on his hand are striae from the stress of holding the pen.
  • sure
  • syria The conflict in Syria has caused a mass exodus of refugees.

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