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How to spell SNEED correctly?

If you've mistakenly typed "sneed" instead of the intended word, here are some possible suggestions to correct the misspelling. It could be "need", indicating a requirement or desire. Alternatively, it might be "speed", referring to velocity. "Snead", the surname of a famous golfer, is another viable option. Double-check your context to determine the appropriate correction.

List of suggestions on how to spell sneed correctly

  • Kneed I kneed the dough for 10 minutes to make sure it was properly mixed.
  • Ned Ned stated, "I don't want any dessert.
  • need I need to finish my homework.
  • needy The charity organization focuses on providing help and aid to the needy people in the community.
  • nerd I'm not a gamer, I'm a nerd.
  • Sanded
  • seed He managed to collect a number of seed which will help him start a new garden.
  • seedy This side of town is definitely seedy.
  • seen
  • send I need to send this email to myslef and my friends.
  • sensed I sensed Judy's dislike for me.
  • sewed My shirt is sewed together nicely.
  • Singed Notorious Kirtan artist SINGED is coming to town!
  • Sinned He knew he had sinned, and he was willing to pay the price for his wrongdoing.
  • Snaked The road snaked through the mountains, providing stunning views at every turn.
  • Snared The moose was snared by the hunters' trap.
  • Snead Sam Snead was a professional golfer who won a record 82 PGA Tour events in his career.
  • Sneaked
  • sneer She always had a sneer on her face whenever she saw him.
  • Sneered She sneered at him before storming out of the room, her contempt for him clear.
  • Sneezed
  • Sniped I was sniped by the security guard.
  • snood She wrapped the soft snood around her neck to keep warm in the cold winter air.
  • Snored
  • Snowed I Snowed last night and woke up to a world covered in White.
  • speed She was driving at an excessive speed on the highway.
  • steed My steed was unwilling to leave me behind.
  • Sued John was sued for defamation.
  • sunbed I need to get a sunbed for my holiday.
  • Sunned I sunned myself on the beach for hours, getting a nice summer tan.
  • synced My phone and laptop are synced, so I can work on my work laptop from anywhere in the house.

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