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How to spell SETLES correctly?

If you meant to type "settle" and mistakenly typed "setles", don't worry! Here are some possible correct suggestions. "Settles" is the third-person singular form of "settle". Alternatively, you could consider "settle", "settlers", "sextiles" or "settees". Make sure to double-check your spelling to avoid such errors in the future!

List of suggestions on how to spell setles correctly

  • pestles She used the pestles to grind the herbs into a fine powder.
  • sales The store's sales greatly increased after they put on a big promotion.
  • sates He sates his thirst by drinking a glass of water.
  • seals They used buoys and metal tags to identify and track the seals.
  • sellers The sellers at the farmer's market offered a variety of fresh produce.
  • sells She sells flowers daily on the corner.
  • sets She placed the sets of dishes in the sink.
  • settees The settees are a nice addition to the living room.
  • setters They had to setters up the tent.
  • settle After discussing the matter, we were able to settle on a compromise.
  • settler She is a settler in the town.
  • settlers The settlers have arrived.
  • settles After a long and stressful negotiation process, the company finally settles on a new contract with its employees.
  • SETTS Tuesday is my sister's birthday and she loves SETTS
  • sidles The cat sidles up to me and rubs against my leg.
  • sites There are several historical sites that tourists can visit in the city.
  • stales The bread stales quickly if left out in the open.
  • Sties Diane stroked Sties's fur.
  • Stiles Scott and Stiles try to put the pieces back together, but it's hard with Stiles identity still a mystery.
  • stoles She draped her shoulders with the fur stoles, feeling like a glamorous movie star from the 1940s.
  • Styles This is the Styles section of the website.

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