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How to spell SLEVED correctly?

If you're struggling with the misspelling "sleved", here are a couple of possible correct suggestions to consider. Firstly, you might have intended to write "sleeved", referring to something having sleeves. Another possibility is "saved", referring to rescuing or preserving something. Double-checking your intended meaning can help ensure accurate spelling.

List of suggestions on how to spell sleved correctly

  • Laved The cool water laved her sunburned skin, bringing relief to her discomfort.
  • leaved The red leaved trees in the fall are beautiful.
  • Levied The new tax was levied on all goods imported into the country.
  • Lived
  • loved
  • Salved The application of the ointment salved the burn on her hand.
  • saved My dad saved me from drowning when I was a child.
  • Served I served my friends a delicious dinner last night.
  • Shelved I have shelved the book in the library for next week's reading list.
  • sieved The flour was sieved to remove any lumps before it was added to the cake batter.
  • Slaved He slaved away at farming all day without taking a break.
  • sled We rode the sled down the snow-covered hill.
  • sleet I don't like driving when there's sleet, it makes the roads very slippery.
  • sleeve I rolled up my sleeve to reveal my new tattoo.
  • sleeved She wore a long-sleeved dress to the formal event.
  • Slewed The car slewed off the icy road and into a ditch.
  • Slued
  • solved After hours of brainstorming, we finally solved the math problem.

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