How to spell SLEZY correctly?
If you accidentally misspelled "slezy", here are a few correct suggestions: "sleazy" meaning disreputable or sordid, "sleek" describing something streamlined or smooth, and "sleigh" referring to a horse-drawn vehicle used in winter. Keep in mind the context to select the appropriate term.
List of suggestions on how to spell slezy correctly
- lazy I feel so lazy today and don't want to do anything.
- slay The warrior was able to slay the dragon and save the kingdom.
- sleaze The politician was caught with a sleaze sheet during the campaign.
- sleazy I don't understand why he's always sleazy about women.
- sled The sled was packed tight with packages.
- sleds In winter, the children love to ride their sleds down the snowy hill.
- sleek The sports car had a sleek design that turned heads as it zoomed past.
- sleep I need some sleep before my meeting tomorrow.
- sleepy I feel sleepy because I didn't get enough rest last night.
- sleet I was walking outside when I saw the sleet pelting the ground.
- sleety I awoke to sleety rain outside my window.
- slew After the hullabaloo died down, a slew of fans requested a repeat performance of the band's hit song.
- slimy I don't feel like going to the pool today because the water feels slimy.
- sly The sly fox crept through the bushes, hoping to catch its prey off guard.
- slyly He slyly stole a cookie from the cookie jar without anyone noticing.
- solely This is a book that is solely about Jane Austen.
- Suzy I have a Suzy, and she's the best dog ever!
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