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How to spell WRIPPED correctly?

If you are looking for the correct spelling of "wripped", you may want to consider "ripped". This is a more commonly used term to describe tearing or damaging something. "Wripped" is likely a typographical error or a less recognized variation. Double-checking with a dictionary or using spellcheck can ensure accurate writing.

List of suggestions on how to spell wripped correctly

  • crapped I crapped myself when I saw the rat.
  • cropped The farmer cropped his wheat field in preparation for the coming season.
  • dipped She dipped her paintbrush into the water and then into the paint.
  • Dripped The paint dripped down the wall and created a messy puddle on the floor.
  • dropped I accidentally dropped my phone on the sidewalk and now it's cracked.
  • Griped I refuse to griped about this.
  • gripped The fear gripped me as I heard the sounds of footsteps coming closer in the dark alley.
  • hipped She hipped the crowd to the latest news in the fashion industry.
  • lipped The beautiful flowers were lipped with delicate pink petals.
  • Nipped I nipped the forbidden fruit from the tree and now I'm paying for it.
  • Pipped The chip in my chili was pipped.
  • prepped She prepped her vegetables before starting to cook the meal.
  • Propped She propped herself up with pillows to read in bed.
  • Rapped The rapper rapped about his life on the street.
  • ripped I was ripped off by that cheat.
  • ripper Jack the Ripper was a notorious serial killer who terrorized London in the late 1800s.
  • rippled The water in the lake rippled gently in the breeze.
  • Sipped I sipped my coffee while I awaited my bus.
  • tipped I was tipped off about the party by a mutual friend.
  • trapped I was trapped in traffic for hours.
  • Tripped I tripped on the rug and fell to the ground.
  • Whipped
  • Wiped She wiped the sweat from her brow with the back of her hand.
  • wrapped Inside the carefully-wrapped gift was a present for her.
  • wrapper She tore open the wrapper to reveal a piece of cake.
  • yipped I yipped when I saw the fox.
  • zipped We zipped through town on our way to the park.

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