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How to spell TIGHER correctly?

If you accidentally misspell "tigher", the following suggestions can help you correct it. The correct spelling is "tighter", meaning something is more firmly fitted or secure. Pay attention to the "i" before "g" and make sure to use the appropriate context in your writing.

List of suggestions on how to spell tigher correctly

  • bigger I need a bigger suitcase to fit all of my clothes for the trip.
  • digger The digger excavated a large hole in the ground for the construction of the new building.
  • dither My computer is doing a little dither.
  • higher She was looking for a higher power.
  • jigger Former Governor of Arkansas Mike Huckabee called the allegations against Judge Brett Kavanaugh "a pile of jigger.
  • nigher
  • rigger The rigger carefully secured the heavy equipment before it was lifted onto the truck.
  • Tagger He was sporting a new " Tagger" tattoo.
  • tether
  • tiber
  • ticker My favorite stock ticker is AAPL.
  • tier
  • tiger The tiger has the strongest bite of any big cat.
  • Tigers I wish there were tigers in the zoo.
  • tight She tied the knot tight to keep the package secure.
  • Tighter I need to get a tighter belt to support my shrinking waistline.
  • tiler The tiler did an excellent job laying the tiles in my bathroom.
  • tiller The farmer used a tiller to prepare the soil for planting.
  • timer I set the timer for 30 minutes so I don't burn the cookies.
  • tinier The new apartment was even tinier than their previous one.
  • tinker As a child, my grandfather loved to tinker with broken appliances and devices.
  • tipper The tipper generously left a large gratuity for the server.
  • tithe The church requires 10% of each person's income to be given to the tithe box.
  • tither
  • titter During the comedy show, the audience would often titter at the comedian's jokes.
  • tougher Life is tougher for her than it is for most people.
  • trigger She felt a sudden sharp pain in her back, and knew that the trigger had been pulled.
  • uighur The Chinese government has been widely criticized for their treatment and oppression of the Uighur population in Xinjiang.

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