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How to spell STADED correctly?

If you meant to write "stated" instead of "staded", here are some possible correct suggestions. First, double-check your spelling before finalizing any written piece. Alternatively, consider using a spell-checking tool or rely on grammar apps that can detect and correct errors. Proofreading by a second person can also be helpful in catching such mistakes.

List of suggestions on how to spell staded correctly

  • Sanded The carpenter sanded the rough edges of the table to make it smooth.
  • sated After eating an entire pizza by himself, his hunger was finally sated.
  • seated She was seated at the front of the room, waiting for the meeting to start.
  • seeded The flowers were seeded in the garden last night.
  • shaded I love sitting under the shaded tree during a hot summer day.
  • Sided I've sided with the environmentalists on this issue.
  • sodded The lawn was sodded earlier this week.
  • Spaded I spaded the lawn with my rototiller.
  • stabbed He was rushed to the hospital after being stabbed in the chest.
  • stacked They were stacked up like cordwood.
  • staffed The staffed desk was manned by two employees.
  • staged She staged the whole thing to make me look bad.
  • staid She is quite the model of a staid librarian.
  • stained She stained her dress with chocolate.
  • Staked I was worried about him being staked but now I'm not so sure.
  • Staled
  • Stalled The construction project has stalled due to the lack of funding.
  • stand I can't wait to see my favorite band perform live and rock my socks off while I stand in the crowd.
  • standee I need to reserve a standee for the movie.
  • stander The stander in front of the Eiffel Tower appeared to be posing for a photo.
  • stared I stared at my phone in disbelief as the notification popped up.
  • starred No one has starred in more movies than Marilyn Monroe.
  • started We started the game and it was really exciting.
  • starved I was so starved that I could barely eat.
  • stashed I have stashed my savings in a secret hiding place.
  • state The state of Arizona is an interesting place to live.
  • stated He stated that he had not received the email.
  • stater The gold stater was used in ancient Greece as currency.
  • Staved My jacket is staved in.
  • Stayed She stayed up all night studying for her final exam.
  • steadied As the ship steadied, I felt the thrumming beneath my feet.
  • steamed Customer requested vegetable steamed without further instruction.
  • steed He rode his trusty steed across the open fields.
  • studded She wore a jacket studded with silver studs.
  • studied I studied hard for my final exams and was pleased with my results.
  • Tided After the housework was done, she tided up the living room.

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