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How to spell XRAIED correctly?

If you've typed "xraied" by mistake, fear not! Here are some potential correct suggestions: 1) "X-rayed" - which is the past tense of the verb "to X-ray" for medical imaging. 2) "Prairie" - meaning a large open grassland. 3) "Expired" - the past tense of the verb "to expire" or refers to something that is no longer valid or active.

List of suggestions on how to spell xraied correctly

  • braced She braced herself for the worst as she opened the email from her boss.
  • braid I braided my hair before going to the beach.
  • braided She always kept her hair braided to keep it from tangling.
  • brained I failed to solve the problem because I brained myself with wrong assumptions.
  • braised The restaurant's signature dish is the braised short ribs, cooked low and slow for hours to melt-in-your-mouth perfection.
  • braked The driver braked hard to avoid hitting the pedestrian who suddenly appeared in front of the car.
  • braved Despite being scared, the hiker braved the steep and slippery trail to reach the mountain top.
  • brayed The donkey brayed loudly, causing everyone in the vicinity to cover their ears.
  • brazed The broken part of the machine was brazed back into place.
  • craned The construction worker craned his neck to get a better view of the high-rise building he was working on.
  • crated The handmade pottery was carefully crated and shipped across the country.
  • craved I craved a piece of chocolate cake for dessert.
  • crazed The crazed maniac was running through the streets with a knife.
  • cried When she saw the surprise party, she cried tears of joy.
  • drained I was so exhausted after my workout that I felt completely drained.
  • draped She draped her coat over the back of the chair as she settled into her seat.
  • dried I ate some dried cranberries for a snack.
  • erased I accidentally erased all the documents from my computer.
  • framed The detective framed the suspect for the crime.
  • frayed The edges of her shirt were frayed from being worn so many times.
  • fried I love ordering fried calamari when I go out to eat.
  • graced She graced the stage with her captivating performance.
  • graded The students' essays were graded by the professor according to a strict rubric.
  • grained The wooden surface was grained with a pattern of lines and knots.
  • grated I always add grated Parmesan cheese to my spaghetti.
  • graved The headstone was carefully graved with her name and dates of birth and death.
  • grayed The old photo had faded and grayed over time, losing its vivid colors.
  • grazed As I walked through the fields, the cows grazed peacefully.
  • orated The president orated for over an hour, outlining his plans for the economy.
  • praised The teacher praised the student for their exceptional presentation skills.
  • prated
  • prayed She prayed for strength and courage in her hour of need.
  • pried She pried open the locked drawer with a letter opener.
  • raced The cars raced down the track at top speeds.
  • raged The storm raged on, tearing down trees and power lines.
  • raid The police organized a raid on the drug traffickers' warehouse and seized a large amount of illegal substances.
  • raided The police raided the suspected drug dealer's apartment and found a large quantity of illegal substances.
  • railed The horse jumped the railed fence with ease.
  • rained It rained all day yesterday and my shoes got soaked on the way to work.
  • raised She was raised by her grandmother after her parents passed away.
  • raked She raked the leaves into a pile and jumped into them.
  • raped
  • rared The fawn was so small that it was rared by the mother deer.
  • rated The movie was not rated by the Motion Picture Association of America.
  • raved She raved about the new restaurant, stating that the food was some of the best she had ever tasted.
  • razed The old building was razed to the ground to make way for a new modern structure.
  • traced The police traced the suspect's last known location to a nearby gas station.
  • traded The stocks were traded on the stock market at a higher price than the previous day.
  • trailed She trailed her fingers through the water as she walked along the shore.
  • trained I trained hard every day to prepare for the marathon.
  • tried He tried his best to impress his new boss during the job interview.
  • x-rayed The doctor x-rayed my arm to see if there were any broken bones.

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