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How to spell TROTED correctly?

When encountering the misspelling "troted", there are a few possible suggestions for the correct spelling. One option is "trotted", the past tense of the verb "trot". Another correct alternative could be "torched", if the intended meaning relates to setting something on fire. Careful proofreading and the use of spell check can help avoid such errors.

List of suggestions on how to spell troted correctly

  • Doted She doted on her grandchildren and spoiled them with love and affection.
  • Grouted The tiles in the bathroom were grouted with a light grey color to match the walls.
  • Rated
  • Rioted The citizens rioted in the streets when they found out their government was corrupt.
  • rooted He felt rooted in his community after living there for many years.
  • rotted The old fruit had rotted and started to smell bad.
  • routed The army was quickly routed by the enemy's surprise attack.
  • tatted I need a new tatted shirt to wear to my summer party.
  • Tooted I tooted the horn to get the attention of the pedestrians.
  • Toted
  • Totted I totted up the bill and realized we had spent far more than we had intended.
  • Touted The new product was touted as the best thing to hit the market in years, but it failed to live up to expectations.
  • traded The company traded their old machinery for newer, more efficient models.
  • treated He was treated for a broken leg at the hospital.
  • treed The frightened cat had treed itself on a high branch.
  • tried I tried my best to fix the broken vase, but it was beyond repair.
  • trite The presentation was filled with trite phrases and cliches.
  • triter The green truck is filled with triter, tomatoes, and onions.
  • Trod The horse trod heavily through the muddy field.
  • Trolled
  • Trooped The students trooped out of the classroom and headed to the cafeteria.
  • trot The horse began to trot along the trail, kicking up dust as it went.
  • Trotted I trotted over to meet her.
  • trotter
  • trouped The actors trouped onto the stage in their costumes, ready for dress rehearsal.
  • trowed
  • trued
  • trusted
  • trysted Unfortunately, he trysted with someone else and broke her heart.

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