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How to spell SULTELY correctly?

If you meant to type "Sultely" but realize it's incorrect, here are a few possible correct suggestions. One option could be "Solely", meaning exclusively or only. Another possibility is "Stately", indicating something grand or dignified. Double-check your intended meaning and choose the correct word accordingly to ensure clarity in your writing.

List of suggestions on how to spell Sultely correctly

  • Cutely The little girl responded cutely when her mother said, "I love you."
  • Mutely The child nodded mutely, too afraid to speak up in front of the adults.
  • Solely The decision is solely yours to make.
  • Stately The mansion was a stately home with beautifully manicured gardens.
  • Suavely He suavely approached the woman and smoothly introduced himself.
  • Subtly Her perfume was subtle, but it still managed to fill the room subtly.
  • Sulkily He walked sulkily out of the room after the argument.
  • Sullenly After losing the game, he sullenly walked off the field without saying a word to anyone.
  • Sully I would never sully my reputation by lying.
  • Sultrily She looked at him sultrily, hoping to seduce him with her gaze.
  • Sultry The actress's sultry voice made everyone in the room stop and listen attentively.
  • Surely Surely you don't expect me to complete this task alone?

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