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How to spell TAISED correctly?

If you came across the misspelling "taised", don't worry! It is likely an error and can be corrected to "raised". This common mistake can be easily rectified by swapping the "t" with an "r". Remember, proofreading your work can help avoid such errors and improve the overall quality of your writing.

List of suggestions on how to spell taised correctly

  • based The company's decision was based on their financial analysis.
  • cased The investigator cased the scene of the crime for any potential evidence.
  • Caused
  • daises The meadow was covered in a blanket of yellow and white daises.
  • eased She eased her way through the crowd, her hand coming to rest on his arm.
  • Gassed The soldiers were gassed during the battle, causing them to cough and choke.
  • liaised The librarian liaised with the head librarian to find the book.
  • massed The soldiers massed at the border for a military exercise.
  • Noised The room was noised with the sound of plates crashing.
  • Parsed This is a parsed sentence.
  • Passed
  • Paused The movie paused as the credits started to roll.
  • poised She maintained a poised gaze as she stood before the jury.
  • raised I was surprised when my parents raised the kids without a lot of guidance.
  • sassed She sassed her boss and was immediately reprimanded.
  • tabbed Each of the tabs on the shirt were neatly tabbed.
  • Tacked
  • tagged A tagged class is a class that has been assigned a unique identifier.
  • tailed The dog wagged its tailed happily as its owner returned home.
  • tamed The wild horse finally tamed after months of consistent training.
  • tanned After spending two weeks in Hawaii, her skin was tanned and glowing.
  • taped
  • tapped I tapped my foot impatiently as I waited in line at the grocery store.
  • Tared I found a iPhone 6 in Tared's pocket.
  • Tarred His hair was tarred back from his forehead to just beneath his ears.
  • Tasked Yesterday, I was tasked with preparing a presentation for my boss.
  • tassel My graduation cap had a golden tassel hanging down the side.
  • Tasted I tasted the lemonade and it was too sweet.
  • tatted She showed off her intricate tatted sleeves, each design holding a special meaning.
  • Taxed I am heavily taxed by the amount of work I have to complete.
  • taxied The limo taxied out of the driveway.
  • teased She teased her little brother about his love for superhero toys.
  • tensed As soon as she mentioned the upcoming exam, the entire class tensed up.
  • Tided After the storm, the debris was tided up by the city workers.
  • tied
  • tiled The bathroom is tiled with colorful patterns.
  • timed I timed myself to see how fast I could finish the race.
  • tired
  • Toiled She toiled for hours in the scorching sun to finish the gardening work.
  • Tossed She tossed her hair over her shoulder and glared at him.
  • tried I tried to study harder for my exams this semester.
  • wised I wised up and stopped procrastinating, realizing it was causing unnecessary stress.

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