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How to spell VEWED correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell vewed correctly

  • awed The spectators were awed by the impressive performance of the acrobatic team.
  • bowed He bowed deeply to show his respect for the king.
  • Cawed The crows cawed loudly outside my window.
  • Chewed
  • cowed She refused to be cowed by his intimidating demeanor.
  • Hawed She hawed and hemmed before finally giving her answer.
  • hewed The carpenter hewed the edges of the wooden beams to fit perfectly.
  • Jawed The shark had razor-sharp teeth in its jawed mouth.
  • Lowed
  • meowed I meowed once when I was feeling sad.
  • Mewed After catching the ball, he kicked it as hard as he could, but it just flew out of his hand and Mewed
  • mowed
  • owed I owed my friend $20 for the movie ticket.
  • Pawed I was pawed by a furry creature in the dark.
  • Rowed The crew of the Rowed stopped at the dock to regroup.
  • sawed I saw Tony clean the sawed-off shotgun.
  • sewed
  • shewed After shewed the cat the way out, she was able to follow it without trouble.
  • sowed Tommy sowed the seed in the ground and waited for it to grow.
  • SWED
  • Towed My car got towed because I parked in a prohibited area.
  • Veered The car suddenly veered to the left and almost hit the tree.
  • veiled She wore a veiled hat to cover her face from the sun.
  • veined The leaves were deeply veined and had a unique pattern.
  • veld The giraffes roamed freely across the vast veld.
  • vend The street vendor would vend his wares along the busy sidewalk.
  • Verged I verged on the edge of the cliff.
  • versed As a linguistics major, he was well-versed in multiple languages.
  • Vetoed The proposal was finally vetoed by the president.
  • vetted She was vetted for the job, but she didn't pass the screening.
  • vexed I'm very vexed by her constant need to control everything.
  • Viced I viced my car while I was out.
  • Vied The athletes vied for the gold medal in the 100-meter dash.
  • Viewed The viewed pictures are now on the computer.
  • viewer The viewer can change the channel.
  • Voted
  • Vowed He vowed to never speak to her again after she betrayed his trust.
  • vowel
  • wed I wed his sister last night.
  • weed I need to weed my garden before the plants get choked.
  • wowed My friends and I were wowed by the incredible view from the top of the mountain.
  • Yawed She looked away and yawed her head in a nod.

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