How to spell UPPREASED correctly?
If you meant to type "upreased" but it came out as "uppreased", don't worry. The correct spelling is "unpressed", meaning something hasn't been ironed or flattened. Always review your writing before finalizing or consider using spell-check tools to avoid errors like this.
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List of suggestions on how to spell Uppreased correctly
- Appeased The teacher appeased the students by giving them extra free time at the end of the class.
- Oppressed During the protest, the crowd demanded justice for the oppressed minority groups.
- Suppressed The dictator suppressed any signs of rebellion or dissent among the population.
- Ungreased The cake stuck to the ungreased pan, causing it to crumble when I tried to remove it.
- Unpleased She was unpleased with the way her project turned out, as it did not meet her high expectations.
- Uppercased The password must contain at least one uppercased letter.
- Upreared I upreared my hand to ask a question during the lecture.
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