Correct spelling for TUGED

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Possible correct spellings for tuged

  • aged "Then I married Marguerite's mother, some years afterwards, when I was a middle-aged man.
  • bugged Henry nudged me as our Kansas eyes bugged out at the Byzantine splendeur and whispered: Bill, what this place needs is a boss buster movement.
  • dogged She was thinking, too, of his direct, almost dogged manner of driving home to the purpose he had in view, and she told herself she liked it.
  • rouged Yes, I saw at his side a pretty young creature, in antique costume, the white satin swelled out below the waist, making the figure still more charmingly slender; the high raised hair was powdered and curled, and the pretty round face shone out all the more openly with it glancing eyes, its little rouged cheeks, its little beauty-patches, and the sweet impertinent little nose.
  • rugged Tom exclaimed, with joy depicted upon his honest, rugged face.
  • staged Plays on subjects derived from classical story and myth had held the stage from the beginning of the drama, so that Shakespeare was making no new departure when he wrote his "Julius Caesar" about 1600. Therefore when Jonson staged "Sejanus," three years later and with Shakespeare's company once more, he was only following in the elder dramatist's footsteps.
  • tagged Best that he had fled, although his going tagged him with suspicion.
  • target She is painted khaki on one side I see, but only in patches, the idea evidently is to make her resemble a sandstone rock-all very ingenious no doubt, but she will make a good target in spite of her paint.
  • ted "I've said to him sometimes," continued Mrs. Henshaw, "'Why don't you tell Ted Stokes plain that you don't like his company?
  • tied "I hurt my arm oncet up where they was blastin', and he tied it up fer me with his hankecher.
  • tiger He knew what Tiger meant, but so far as he was concerned that subject had been dropped some moments since.
  • tinged It is entirely white or whitish and sometimes tinged with yellowish at the center of the pileus.
  • toed He folded his arms and waited, while the officer, visibly puzzled, poked about the room, and Wilkins, on his feet and smiling sheepishly, tip-toed to the door-while the night manager of the Lasande stepped in and looked about with a mixture of perplexity and relief, and Johnson Boller stood and stared at the sleeping David.
  • togged
  • tubed
  • tucked
  • tug
  • tuned
  • turgid
  • turned
  • tuxedo
  • Budged Whatever Robin thought upon seeing the stranger's strength, he uttered not a word and budged not an inch.
  • Dodged The fly swerved, and Almayer dodged his head out of the way.
  • Ducked The leader of the school rolled his white eye and ducked under.
  • Dunged
  • Fudged
  • Gauged
  • Ged
  • Gouged
  • Hugged
  • Judged
  • Jugged
  • Lugged
  • Tacked
  • Taxed
  • Ticked
  • Toured
  • Trudged
  • Tugged
  • Turfed
  • Urged
  • Teed
  • Touted
  • Purged
  • Surged
  • Tusked
  • mugged
  • nudged
  • tugs
  • CUED During the period between cue and target, when participants were presumably attending to the cued feature to be presented, both auditory and vision spatial attention conditions elicited greater positivity in source space from a centro-medial location at 600-1200 ms following cue onset, which the authors of the study propose may be the result of a supra-modal pathway for spatial information.
  • TAED
  • togaed
  • trued
  • tonged
  • eight-fifteen
  • nine-term

14 words made from the letters tuged

4 letter words made from tuged:

duet, tegu, dugt, gude, gute, deut.

3 letter words made from tuged:

dug, tug, due, ted, teg, get, ute, gut.

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