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How to spell VAUED correctly?

If you find yourself misspelling "vaued", worry not! Here are a few plausible alternatives: valued, vacued, vouched, valeted. Remember to proofread your work to ensure accurate spelling and choose the word that best matches your intended meaning.

List of suggestions on how to spell vaued correctly

  • awed She stood before the grand waterfall, awed by its majestic beauty.
  • baaed I baaed like a sheep to get my colleague's attention.
  • baud The baud rate for this serial port is 9600 baud.
  • Cawed The crows cawed loudly, filling the air with their distinctive calls.
  • CUED I was so surprised when I saw her at the CUED party.
  • Hawed The speaker hawed and stuttered throughout his speech.
  • hued
  • Jawed The fish was jawed in one swift motion by the hungry predator.
  • laud The teacher will laud students who are always present in class and submits their requirements on time.
  • Maud Maud is a name for girls that was popular in the late 1800s and early 1900s.
  • Pawed Pawed reached for the chocolate.
  • Rued I rued the day I decided to skip the important meeting.
  • sawed I saw the sawed-off shotgun he was hiding under the bed.
  • Sued The company was sued for violating environmental regulations.
  • VADER Darth Vader is a fictional character from the Star Wars franchise.
  • vague The instructions for the assignment were too vague and unclear, leaving me unsure of what to do.
  • vaguer I feel a bit vaguer now that I don't have my glasses.
  • vale The vale was covered in a blanket of snow, creating a serene winter wonderland.
  • valet He left his car in the valet parking.
  • valid The coupon is only valid until the end of the month.
  • value The value of the antique vase was over $10,000.
  • valued She was a valuable and valued member of the team, and her absence was sorely felt.
  • valuer The valuer assessed the property's worth and gave an estimate.
  • vane The wind vane atop the barn showed that the wind was blowing from the south.
  • vapid Her vapid personality made it difficult to have a conversation with her.
  • varied
  • vase She placed the flowers in the vase and positioned it in the center of the table.
  • Vatted The blended whisky was vatted from several different distilleries.
  • vault The vault was newly installed and had not been used in years.
  • vaunt He would often vaunt his wealth to impress his acquaintances.
  • Viced
  • Vied Vied was a popular film streaming service which ceased operations in February of this year.
  • Voted I can't wait to see who is voted as the winner of the election.
  • Vowed I vowed to clean up my apartment after the party.
  • Waded I waded through the waist-deep water to reach the other side of the river.
  • Waged The war was waged by people who wanted change.
  • Waked He waked up early in the morning to go for a walk.
  • Waled
  • Waned Her enthusiasm for the project waned after she realized how much work it would require.
  • Waved She waved at her friend as they passed on the street.
  • Yawed The boat yawed back and forth as the waves grew rougher.

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