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How to spell SLOWD correctly?

If you encounter the misspelling "slowd", there are a few correct options to consider. It could be an intended variation of "slowed", meaning a decrease in speed. Alternatively, it could indicate the proper noun "Sloane", a name commonly used for individuals. Clarifying the context of the text can help determine the accurate suggestion.

List of suggestions on how to spell slowd correctly

  • lewd
  • load
  • lord The lord of the manor lived in a magnificent castle.
  • loud The music was too loud for me to concentrate on anything else.
  • Loyd Loyd has been working for the same company for over 20 years.
  • slaw
  • sled I love to ride my sled down the snowy hill.
  • slew The chef prepared a slew of dishes for the party.
  • Slewed The car suddenly slewed across the icy road.
  • Slid I accidentally slid down the slick icy slope.
  • sloe The sloe berries were too bitter to eat, but perfect for making gin.
  • sloped The yard sloped downward towards the creek at the back.
  • slot
  • slow
  • Slowed
  • Slows The construction on the road slows the traffic down.
  • Slued The boat slued to the left as the waves crashed against its side.
  • sod I had to lay down new sod in the backyard after the old grass died.
  • sold I sold my bike on Craigslist.
  • soloed I was soloed in my first Battle Royale game.
  • sowed The seeds were sowed into the ground.
  • stow I have to stow my luggage in the overhead compartment of the airplane.

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