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How to spell TIKET correctly?

Possible correct suggestions for the misspelling "tiket" are "ticket", "tacket" or "ticked". However, the most likely intended spelling is "ticket", which refers to a piece of paper or electronic document that gives the holder the right to enter a venue or board a transport.

List of suggestions on how to spell tiket correctly

  • diet
  • Diked The path was diked off to keep the water out.
  • dikes The town is protected by dikes from the river.
  • Hiked Yesterday, I hiked to the top of the mountain and was rewarded with a breathtaking view.
  • liked I liked the colorful pillows on the bed.
  • picket The workers decided to picket outside the factory to protest against the low wages.
  • Piked She piked up her backpack and headed towards the door.
  • take
  • taken The bag was taken from the porch.
  • taker She was a giver, not a taker.
  • takes It only takes a few minutes to complete the application.
  • tenet
  • tet
  • tevet Tevet is the Jewish month that begins in December or January.
  • thicket The rabbit disappeared into the thicket before we could catch it.
  • tibet Tibet is a steep and rugged mountain country with a large and diverse population.
  • Ticked
  • ticker The ticker on the stock market screen shows the constantly changing prices of various stocks.
  • ticket I need to buy a ticket before I can go to the concert.
  • tickets
  • tide The tide was out when they arrived.
  • Tided I tided up my room before my parents came to visit.
  • tied My shoes are tied.
  • tiger My favorite animal is the tiger.
  • tight I'm feeling a bit too tight.
  • tiled
  • tilt The picture on the wall is slightly tilt.
  • timed I timed my run and realized that I ran a mile in under 10 minutes.
  • tint I want to tint my car windows to reduce the amount of sunlight that enters the car.
  • tippet I'm going to need a fresh tippet for my rod.
  • tired I am feeling tired after staying up late last night.
  • toilet
  • toke I saw him take a toke of his joint before handing it to his friend.
  • token I was given a token as a gift.
  • tokes
  • tweet
  • tyke I can't believe you let your tyke ride the bike without a helmet.
  • tykes The playground is full of tykes playing and laughing.
  • wicket The bowler successfully hit the wicket, causing the batsman to be out.

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