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How to spell SMIED correctly?

If you're faced with the misspelling "smied", correct suggestions could include "smiled", "smirked" or "smeared". These words have similar spellings and contexts to "smied", potentially aiding in identifying the intended word. However, it's crucial to assess the context fully for an accurate correction.

List of suggestions on how to spell smied correctly

  • Amid Amid the chaos of the concert, I lost my phone.
  • med I took my med this morning to help me manage my anxiety.
  • meed I have done my task with dedication, and I hope to receive my meed.
  • mid She woke up in the mid-morning feeling refreshed and ready for the day.
  • mimed The actor mimed his way through the play, with no dialogue spoken.
  • said I heard that you said you needed help.
  • Sailed After retrieving their fallen comrade, the pirates sailed away.
  • seed I found a chickpea seed in the couch cushions.
  • seined I seined for trout in the stream.
  • seized The police seized a large quantity of illegal drugs in the raid.
  • Shied The horse shied away from the sound of fireworks.
  • Sid I have a meeting with Sid in ten minutes.
  • Sided I sided with my friend in the argument because I knew they were right.
  • Sired Frank sired a litter of six puppies.
  • Sited
  • sized I'm not sure how I'm going to fit into that sized shirt.
  • skid I hope the skid marks weren't too deep.
  • Skied Since it was a weekend, we skied on the slopes.
  • sled
  • Slid She slid her dress down her legs.
  • smile
  • Smiled She smiled when she saw her old friend walking towards her.
  • smiley I saw a smiley face on my computer screen.
  • Smirked He smirked as he watched her beg.
  • smite The hero was able to smite the monster with one swing of his sword.
  • smites The lightning bolt smites the tree in the field, splitting it in two.
  • smoked She smoked a cigarette while we ate our pizza.
  • soiled The baby's clothes were soiled after spilling his food on them.
  • Sped The car sped down the highway, exceeding the speed limit.
  • Spied I spied a deer in the woods while hiking yesterday.
  • stymied I was completely stymied by the software.
  • Sued The company was sued for their negligent behavior towards their employees.
  • suited
  • Summed The total amount of money I spent on groceries this month can be summed up as $200.
  • SWED

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