How to spell SLAPED correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell slaped correctly

  • Clapped I clapped my hands in excitement as the band took the stage.
  • Flapped
  • Lapped She lapped up the water from the bowl.
  • Leaped The cat leaped over the fence to catch the mouse.
  • Loped After I had loped for a while, the feeling of fatigue began to set in.
  • Sapped The water was sapped of all its vitality.
  • Scalped The cowboy was scalped by the Indians during the battle.
  • Scarped He had scarped the concrete with a tire iron.
  • sealed The envelope was sealed shut with a strip of sticky tape across the top.
  • seeped I seeped a little oil onto the stove.
  • shaped The cloud above us was shaped like a dinosaur.
  • Sipped
  • Slacked I was so tired from work, but I decided to hit the Slacked app anyways.
  • Slagged I was so disappointed with the dinner, I slagged it off to my mates.
  • slaked After a long, hot afternoon of working in the sun, he slaked his thirst with a refreshing glass of lemonade.
  • Slammed Mom slammed the door shut.
  • slap He wanted to slap the person who insulted him.
  • slapped He slapped his forehead in frustration when he realized he had forgotten his keys.
  • slapper
  • slaps He slaps mosquitoes on his arms.
  • slashed She had her hair slashed into an asymmetrical bob.
  • slate The slate was clean, but there was a nasty stain on the white surface.
  • Slated
  • slater The slater crawled out from under the rock.
  • Slatted I always worry about my safety when I'm out in the open, so I slatted my window to keep thieves at bay
  • Slaved The workers slaved away in the fields all day.
  • slayed The dragon was eventually slayed by the brave knight.
  • sled
  • Slipped I slipped on the wet surface.
  • slope Upon reaching the top of the slope, I found myself at the edge of a cliff.
  • sloped The driveway sloped down towards the street.
  • slopped I accidentally spilled my drink on myself and slopped it all over my shirt.
  • Slued Jonathan had a lousy morning and seems to be slued for the rest of the day.
  • slumped She slumped onto the sofa, her head in her hands.
  • slurped After downing her drink, the woman slurped it down her throat.
  • Snapped I snapped when I saw her downloading that app.
  • Soaped She soaped her body thoroughly before stepping into the shower.
  • Solaced I was solaced by my dog's companionship.
  • Sopped The sponge sopped up the spilled juice.
  • Sped The car sped down the highway at 100 miles per hour.
  • Supped We supped on stew and fresh bread by the fireplace.
  • Swapped My car had a flat tire, so I swapped it with my friend's car.

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