What is the correct spelling for WIKED?

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Correct spelling for WIKED

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Possible correct spellings for wiked

  • liked And yet he liked the same things to eat.
  • wake One of them might wake, and she would never hear the last of it.
  • wed Take your fortune and go with it to England; wed that maid whom you desire, and follow after happiness in whatever way seems best to you.
  • weed You bring in the draanga-weed, that's all I'm interested in!
  • whacked He hacked and whacked and whacked and hacked, This sturd-y little man; He hacked a log and hacked a fence, As round about he ran.
  • wicked "What wicked nonsense are you talking?
  • wicker Besides the sword I have described, they carry bows and arrows, and rarely a lance, and a bamboo wicker-work shield.
  • wicket He shut the wicket and was gone a long time.
  • wide But you cannot have the least idea of what a wide world of love you seem to have opened out to me.
  • wield How do the men wield it who have filched it from her?
  • wigged
  • wilde
  • wired
  • Diked
  • Piked
  • Skied
  • Vied
  • Waged
  • Waked
  • Woke
  • Walked
  • Weighed
  • Whisked
  • Winked
  • Wiped
  • Wived
  • Worked
  • Hiked
  • irked
  • wined
  • wised
  • we'd
  • wiki
  • arch-duke
  • brick-faced

14 words made from the letters wiked

3 letter words made from wiked:

die, wei, ike, kid, wed, dew.

4 letter words made from wiked:

dike, kiew, diek, weik, wide, kwei, wiek.

5 letter words made from wiked:


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