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How to spell TYPT correctly?

If you've inadvertently typed "typt" instead of "type", don't worry! Autocorrect can sometimes guide you in the wrong direction. A simple solution would be to double-check the word and replace it with "type". Or better yet, proofread your text to avoid any embarrassing mistakes.

List of suggestions on how to spell typt correctly

  • apt The student was apt at learning new languages quickly.
  • CAPT
  • DEPT I need to call the customer service dept to check on the status of my order.
  • DPT The drug Pristiq is a DPT.
  • kept She kept the key to her safe place around her neck at all times.
  • opt
  • pt
  • rapt She was rapt with the beauty of the night sky.
  • sept
  • SUPT
  • tact It's important to use tact when dealing with sensitive subjects.
  • taft
  • tap
  • tape I need to find my tape.
  • taps The water in the taps is cold.
  • tart I had a slice of lemon tart for dessert.
  • tat As he wrote the letter, he began to tear up, realizing how much tat he had written in his life.
  • taut My arm is feeling quite taut from the tight grip of the rope.
  • teat During her pap smear, she decided to also have her teat checked.
  • tempt Donald tried to tempt fate by throwing the ball high into the air.
  • tent We pitched our tent in the nearby forest.
  • test
  • tet I have a headache; give me some medication for the tet.
  • tilt
  • tint She added a light blue tint to the frosting to match the party decorations.
  • tip Don't forget to leave a tip if you enjoyed your meal.
  • tips Here are some tips to help you study for the exam.
  • tnt TNT, also known as trinitrotoluene, is a highly explosive chemical compound.
  • toot The sound of a toot echoed through the tunnel as the train approached the station.
  • top He reached the top of the mountain and took in the breathtaking view.
  • topi I need to dry my hair with a topi.
  • tops I needed to get some new tops for summer.
  • tort In law, a tort is a wrong committed against someone, which gives that person the right to sue for damages.
  • tot The little boy was carrying his tot of milk all by himself.
  • tout He tout-ed about his new car all day.
  • trot
  • tuft The cat's tuft of fur on its tail was particularly fluffy.
  • tupi
  • Tut Tut, tut, you shouldn't be using your phone during class.
  • twit I can't believe someone would be so rude as to twit another person online.
  • TWP
  • type I needed to type my password in order to login.
  • typed I typed out an email to my boss.
  • types
  • typist My mother worked as a typist for a law firm for over twenty years.
  • typo I found a typo in my essay after submitting it.
  • typos I apologize for any typos in my previous message, as I was typing quickly.
  • Wept

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