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How to spell WAYED correctly?

If you've mistakenly typed "wayed", fear not! The correct word you likely intended to use is "weighed". This word refers to measuring the weight of something. So, next time, double-check your spelling and opt for "weighed" to accurately convey your intended meaning.

List of suggestions on how to spell wayed correctly

  • Bayed The bayed owl hooted plaintively.
  • dyed She dyed her hair bright purple for her birthday party.
  • eyed She eyed the delicious cake on the counter but knew she shouldn't indulge.
  • Guyed The aircraft was Guyed by the ground crew.
  • Joyed I joyed over the news of my friend's engagement.
  • kayoed The kayoed victim cried out for help.
  • keyed She keyed in the password to unlock her computer.
  • payed
  • Swayed The audience was easily swayed by the speaker's powerful words.
  • toyed Thomas toyed with the toy car for a while before putting it back on the shelf.
  • wad He took a wad of gum out of his pocket and started chewing it.
  • wadded I wadded up the towel and threw it in the trashcan.
  • wade
  • Waded
  • wader I saw a wader bird while walking along the riverbank.
  • Waged
  • Wagged I wagged my tail so hard, it made a swishing sound.
  • Wailed She wailed inconsolably as the paramedics took her away.
  • Waited
  • Waived The late fee was waived after the customer explained the situation to the credit card company.
  • Waked
  • Wald The Wald test is a statistical method used to determine the significance of variables in a regression model.
  • Waled The Waled city is a beautiful place to visit.
  • walled
  • wand I need a wand to get through the door.
  • Waned
  • ward She often spends time at her parents' house, which is in the ward.
  • Warded
  • warmed I was pleasantly surprised when I got home and found that my WARMED milk was still in the refrigerator.
  • Warned
  • warped The warped wood made the chair uneven and uncomfortable.
  • Warred In the dragon's warred, the weaker ones were usually killed.
  • washed
  • water
  • Waved The astronaut waved at the crowds from the cockpit window.
  • waxed I got my eyebrows waxed today.
  • weaned
  • Weaved The weaved basket was quite lovely.
  • wed She said yes to the proposal and they will wed next summer.
  • weed
  • Whaled
  • why'd
  • wined She wined and dined her guests with the finest cuisine and wine.
  • Wiped I wiped the counter with a damp cloth.
  • wired She had to be wired for sound so she could hear him in her dreams.
  • wised
  • Wived He wived his high school sweetheart and they have been happily married for over 20 years.
  • Wooed She wooed him with her charms, but it was all in vain.
  • wowed After seeing the wonders of the world, I was wowed.
  • Yawed The boat yawed violently in the rough sea, causing its passengers to feel sick.

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