How to spell TAKED correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell taked correctly

  • baked Bricks are baked clay.
  • jaded "O yes," she answered with a jaded gait.
  • stacked Halberds and muskets, which had been stacked, were seized by their owners and, amid the beating of drums and blare of trumpets, order arose out of the confusion.
  • staged The time was coming when the old play would be staged again and new actors would arise to carry it through.
  • tacker
  • tad I can't believe he ate my tad.
  • tagged I think I am going to tag you in my photo so everyone can see it.
  • take
  • taken
  • takeout We ordered takeout and ate in the living room.
  • taker
  • tamed Lena was sick of being tamed by her father.
  • taped
  • tate
  • ted That outfit looks great on you, Teds.
  • tied I'm so tied up tonight, I can't even think.
  • toed I stepped on his toed, he yelped.
  • toke
  • tracked The dog was tracked through the mud.
  • tucked I tucked my shirt in carefully.
  • tyke I'm not sure if I should bring the tyke or not.
  • Caked To see them that day gave little idea of their smartness; they both were black with grime and smoke, with beards that had no right to be there, creeping over their faces, boots caked with mud to the knees, and a general air of having seen activities at very close quarters.
  • Diked I need to ditch this shirt before my date arrives.
  • Gated Residents of the gated community are not allowed to leave the premises.
  • Raked After we raked all of the leaves, there was an overwhelming smell of rotting leaves.
  • Tacked It was tacky to tack on an extra charge for parking.
  • Tackled The referee signals for the ball to be kicked off and the opposing team tackles the receiver.
  • Talked During our conversation she shared her experiences which made me realize I had been talking to a walking talking encyclopedia.
  • Tared
  • Tasked
  • Taxed The government taxes us to pay for their own expenses.
  • Ticked I have a ticked off boss.
  • Waked The party was waked by the sound of laughter.
  • Teed Teed is a popular brand of sneakers.
  • Staked
  • Tusked The tiger had a tusked snout.
  • takes It is important to take your time when cooking.
  • faked
  • togaed The room was filled with the sound of togaed laughter
  • tanked I am tanking on this midterm.
  • tweaked I needed to tweak the firmware on my computer.
  • taxied She was taxied to the hospital.
  • stoked I'm so stoked for this party!

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