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How to spell ULLED correctly?

If you've accidentally typed "ulled" instead of the intended word, there are a few correct alternatives to consider. To describe the action of forcefully pulling, use words like "pulled", "yanked" or "dragged". Ensure your writing is accurate by verifying spellings and correct usage for improved clarity.

List of suggestions on how to spell ulled correctly

  • Ailed She ailed for many weeks before finally recovering from the illness.
  • alley I walked down the dark alley cautiously.
  • allied
  • balled She balled up her handkerchief and threw it at him in frustration.
  • Belled The cat belled around her neck to alert any prey of her presence.
  • billed The company billed me for my monthly subscription.
  • Bled The vampire emptied the poor woman's vein, and she bled out from the gash.
  • Bulled I was bulled on the playground and it hurt.
  • bullet The bullet narrowly missed his head and hit the wall behind him.
  • bullied She was constantly bullied by her classmates.
  • burled The burled wood paneling in the library was a stunning display of craftsmanship.
  • called The doctor called her in for an appointment.
  • Celled All living organisms are made up of celled organisms.
  • Culled I am culled from the herd.
  • curled The cat curled up on the soft blanket and went to sleep.
  • dolled
  • dueled The two swordsmen dueled fiercely in the arena, attracting a large audience.
  • dulled
  • felled
  • filled
  • Fled The robber fled the scene of the crime before the police arrived.
  • fueled His passion for photography was fueled by his travels to exotic locations around the world.
  • fuelled The athlete's determination was fuelled by the encouragement of his coach.
  • Fulled I have fulled the tank with gasoline before leaving on a long journey.
  • furled I furled the sail to slow down the boat.
  • galled I am really galled at how you can just disrespected me like that.
  • gelled My new haircut is gelled.
  • Gulled The con artist gulled his victims into giving him thousands of dollars in exchange for a fake investment opportunity.
  • gullet She stuck her nose in his gullet.
  • Hulled The boat has a hulled design.
  • Hurled A hurled rock narrowly missed him.
  • Idled
  • jelled The hair gel jelled his hair into a perfect spiky style.
  • Killed I killed her.
  • led
  • lied
  • lld
  • Lolled As the amusement park ride came to a slow stop, the passengers lolled in their seats with disheveled hair and wide grins on their faces.
  • Lulled Lulled by the soft music, she dozed off.
  • milled The wheat was milled into flour for the bread.
  • Mulled On a cold winter night, I like to cozy up by the fire with a mug of mulled cider.
  • mullet Dennis has a mullet.
  • Ogled She ogled the expensive designer purse in the store window.
  • oiled The mechanic oiled the rusty gears to make them run smoothly again.
  • Palled The cat is called Palled because it looks like its head is being pulled backwards.
  • Pilled I accidentally pilled my sweater while rubbing against the rough fabric of my backpack.
  • Polled Every voter was polled before being allowed to enter the voting booth.
  • Puled
  • pulled I pulled the weed from the ground.
  • pullet The farmer wanted to sell his pullet to the local market.
  • Purled The peturbed pup lay purled in its nest.
  • quelled
  • rolled I rolled my eyes when he mentioned the party.
  • ruled
  • sled We went on a sled ride after the game.
  • sullied The street was littered with sullied clothing and discarded cigarettes.
  • tilled The farmer tilled the land before planting the crops.
  • Tolled The church bells tolled mournfully in memory of the deceased.
  • used used to be a teacher
  • walled
  • Welled She welled up with tears when she heard the news.
  • Willed I willed myself to finish the marathon despite my tired legs.
  • yelled I yelled for help as the fire started.

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