How to spell VITED correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell vited correctly

  • pitted They are glossy, but in a good light have the surface a good deal pitted.
  • suited So she tried the third bed, but that was neither too hard nor too soft, but suited her exactly; and she fell asleep there.
  • ted I was ted to hope that you would forgive me, because He seemed so ready to forgive.
  • tied He tied it on carefully, and set out to get ready for bears; but, when he tried to lift that gate, it wouldn't lift.
  • veiled Hanani's veiled head was bent.
  • veined They grew on slender stalks, had light-green, shiny leaves, which were beautifully veined, and at the top a little spike, thickly set with white flowers.
  • vented And I should have noticed it if I had seen four calves vented fresh and not rebranded.
  • vested But when you talk as if you had a special vested right in my own mother,-that's too much!
  • video They moved to stand before a large video screen set near the door.
  • voiced "No, it is not fair," he returned, low-voiced and earnest.
  • vote Boys, I vote we descend to business.
  • voter They know the views of every voter and every voter's wife on public men.
  • wilted She is dying, like a flower wilted by the burning sun.
  • Baited The blood stains of the raw meat with which it had been baited were still moist, but the flesh itself had been taken.
  • Cited In the instances cited, the two propositions are kept visibly distinct, each subject having its separate predicate, and each predicate its separate subject.
  • Died But it soon died down.
  • Dieted She dieted for two weeks in preparation for her bikini competition.
  • Fitted
  • Girted
  • Pitied
  • Rioted The crowd erupted into a riot when the team's star player was dismissed from the game.
  • Sited She is sited across the street from the library.
  • Vatted I vatted the dog for a ten-minute walk.
  • Vetoed
  • Viced
  • Vied Vied is a new wine app that offers wine enthusiasts a variety of independent wine producers to choose from.
  • Viewed It has been viewed 1,000 times.
  • Visaed The detectives checked the victim's visa.
  • Visited
  • Voided The test was voided because I failed it.
  • Vomited
  • Voted All registered voters in the state are called to cast their ballots in the upcoming elections.
  • Waited I waited for hours in line.
  • Whited
  • Withed
  • Witted No one is as witty as Hermione.
  • Vito Vito is my nephew.
  • Vita
  • VDT We investigated the VDT in the area.
  • kited
  • vitae She held up a framed photograph of herself and her late husband with the inscription "To our life - vitae"
  • vetted The election was vetted by the FBI.

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