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How to spell SOODED correctly?

Possible correct suggestions for the misspelling "sooded" include "sounded" or "seated". It is important to double-check spelling and context to ensure the correct word is used, as misspellings can change the intended meaning of the sentence.

List of suggestions on how to spell sooded correctly

  • Boded The dark clouds boded an incoming storm.
  • booted He was booted from the team for breaking the rules.
  • Codded My hair was codded when I got home from the salon.
  • CODED She coded the message to make sure he would not see it.
  • corded I was going to get a corded phone to use at work.
  • doodad I have a doodad on my desk that I use to track my work hours.
  • footed
  • Forded I'm going to Forded the dog.
  • goaded I was goaded into going by my friends.
  • Hooded She pulled her hooded cloak around her shoulders.
  • Hooted The owl hooted loudly in the forest, announcing its presence to its prey.
  • horded At the end of every season, she horded all of her clothes in boxes to donate to charity.
  • loaded The truck was so loaded with supplies that it could barely make it up the hill.
  • looted After the heist, the gang looted the casino's safe.
  • Lorded I hate how he lorded his success over everyone else.
  • Mooted The idea of canceling the event has been mooted, but no decision has been made yet.
  • Nodded She nodded in confirmation.
  • Podded
  • rooted I feel rooted and connected to my family and their traditions.
  • Sanded I sanded the wooden table to make it smooth.
  • scooted She scooted her chair closer to the table to reach the plate.
  • seeded I seeded the ground with some garden seeds.
  • shaded A shaded area provides relief from the direct sunlight.
  • Sided
  • soaked I'm so soaked that I can't even move.
  • Soaped I just soaped up and am headed out to the pub with my buddies.
  • Soared
  • Sobbed She sobbed uncontrollably when she heard the tragic news.
  • sodded John had recently sodded his yard with a new type of grass.
  • sodden After being stuck in the rain for hours, his clothes were completely sodden.
  • soiled The soiled dress hung from Jane's slender arms.
  • solder The technician plugged the end of the solder into the connection on the board.
  • soled The shoes were soled with a thick layer of rubber for extra durability.
  • soloed During the performance, the guitarist soloed with a sense of great passion, which electrified the entire audience.
  • Soothed Seeing her mother soothed her fears.
  • Sopped I sopped my wounds in some ice water.
  • sordid The sordid scene in the alleyway made me feel icky.
  • sorted After the library staff sorted the books by genre, it was easier for the patrons to find what they were looking for.
  • sounded The dog sounded like it was getting ready to bark.
  • soured The milk had soured and was no longer fit to drink.
  • soused She looked so soused and I was so intimidated.
  • sowed He sowed the seeds in the garden and anxiously waited for them to sprout.
  • Spaded
  • stoked After getting her new car, she was stoked to drive it around town.
  • stoned I felt stoned after smoking too much marijuana.
  • stooped The old woman stooped to pick up her cane.
  • stored I stored my winter clothes in a box in the attic.
  • Stowed All my luggage is stowed securely in the overhead compartment.
  • Tooted I tooted my car horn when I drove by.
  • Voided The check was voided due to an error in the payee's name.
  • wooded He walked through the wooded area.
  • Worded She carefully worded her response in order to avoid offending anyone.
  • zoomed She zoomed in on the photo of her and her fiance.

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