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How to spell THIDGED correctly?

If you've mistakenly typed "thidged" and were left puzzled by autocorrect, fear not! The correct suggestions might include "ridged" or "fudged". While "ridged" refers to the presence of ridges or grooves, "fudged" represents an act of improvisation or adjustment. So, next time, choose the right word!

List of suggestions on how to spell thidged correctly

  • bridged The new highway bridged the gap between the two cities, making commuting faster and easier.
  • chided My mother chided me for forgetting to unload the dishwasher.
  • hedged He hedged his investment by diversifying his portfolio with a combination of stocks, bonds, and real estate.
  • hided He hided behind the tree, hoping not to be seen.
  • hinged The success of the plan hinged on securing funding from investors.
  • ridged The ridged surface of the mountain provided a challenging climb for experienced hikers.
  • thieved The thief thieved the valuable diamond necklace from the display case.
  • thinned After months of trimming and pruning, the overgrown bushes were finally thinned to reveal their true beauty.
  • thudded She dropped the heavy textbooks on the table, and they thudded loudly.
  • tided After hours of cleaning, the living room was finally tided up and ready for guests.
  • tidied After a long day of cleaning, she finally tidied up the entire house.
  • tinged The sky was tinged with shades of pink and purple as the sun began to set.
  • triaged The doctor carefully triaged the patients in the emergency room, determining who needed immediate attention and who could wait.
  • trudged After a long day at work, Sarah trudged home through the heavy rain.
  • twigged I twigged onto their plan and immediately alerted the authorities.
  • twinged She winced as a sharp pain twinged in her lower back.
  • whinged She constantly whinged about having to do her homework.

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