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How to spell YALLED correctly?

If you typed "yalled" and realized it's not a recognized word, don't worry! There are a few alternative suggestions you can consider. "Called" is a likely correction, indicating someone's action of summoning or naming. Another possibility is "yelled", which means to shout loudly. Remember to double-check and choose the correct word based on the intended context.

List of suggestions on how to spell yalled correctly

  • Ailed She ailed for weeks with a persistent cough.
  • allied The two countries became allied against the overseas threat.
  • Bailed I bailed out of the party early to get some rest.
  • Baled The farmer baled the hay and stacked it in the barn for winter feeding.
  • ballad She sang a beautiful ballad about lost love.
  • balled He was so upset he balled up a tissue and threw it across the room.
  • ballet Today the ballet company is staging Swan Lake.
  • Bawled The little girl bawled uncontrollably when she dropped her ice cream cone.
  • Belled The belled gate creaked open as Jess stepped through.
  • billed The woodpecker was billed with a red streak.
  • Bulled I was bulled on the bus and then I cried.
  • called My grandparents called me on my birthday.
  • Celled Animal organisms are multicellular, while plant organisms can be unicellular or celled depending on the species.
  • Culled Her garden is a beautiful oasis of green and peace, but with the harsh reality of the Culled always looming in the
  • Dallied We dallied at the park until the sun began to set.
  • dolled She looked so dolled up for the party that I didn't recognize her.
  • dulled After an hour of music, my ears were dulled.
  • failed
  • felled I was felled by a falling tree.
  • filled
  • Fulled
  • galled I got galled when he said he didn't like my dress.
  • gelled The dessert had not gelled properly, and was still runny in the center.
  • Gulled I was gulled into buying a ticket to the Broadway show.
  • hailed She hailed the taxi, and then got in.
  • Haled I saw Haled speeding down the street.
  • Haloed Within the forest a giant haloed creature lurked, its sharpened fangs glinting in the moonlight.
  • Hauled The truck hauled the heavy equipment across the rough terrain.
  • Hulled I was surprised when I saw the hulled eggs in the grocery store.
  • jailed The thief was jailed for ten years for his crimes.
  • jelled I almost jelled my phone when I dropped it in the toilet.
  • Killed She was killed by the bullet.
  • Lolled After eating a large meal, the cat lolled on the windowsill, dozing off in the warm sunlight.
  • Lulled
  • mailed
  • mallet I need a mallet to dislodge this stubborn rock.
  • Mauled The hiker was mauled by a bear while hiking in the wilderness.
  • milled The old wooden boards have been milled to create new flooring.
  • Mulled I made mulled cider to warm up before the snow started.
  • Nailed I nailed this new shirt to the wall.
  • Paled Paled against the sky, the house resembled a corpse.
  • Palled The dog was Palled by the cat.
  • pallet
  • pallid The pallid complexion of the patient indicated a serious health issue.
  • Pilled I feel so Pilled after working all day.
  • Polled As soon as the elections ended, the officials began counting the votes polled by each candidate.
  • pulled I pulled the blanket off of him.
  • Railed He railed against the injustice with fervor.
  • Rallied The campaign rallied round his family after the leak.
  • rolled I rolled my eyes at him.
  • Sailed They sailed the ship across the Atlantic Ocean.
  • Sallied She sallied forth into the unknown, eager for adventure.
  • tailed The cat tailed behind her every step.
  • Tallied The tallies on the chalkboard tallied up to twenty-four.
  • tilled The farmer tilled the soil with his farming tools.
  • Tolled The church bells tolled to signal the end of the funeral procession.
  • valued I have always valued my grandmother's advice.
  • Wailed Her wailed cries pierced the air.
  • Waled Waled is a city in the United Arab Emirates.
  • walled The medieval city was walled to keep invaders out.
  • wallet I left my wallet at home and now I can't buy anything.
  • Welled John noticed the welled at the bottom of the hill and decided to explore it.
  • Willed
  • yakked She yakked on the phone for hours without even noticing the time.
  • yale I was accepted to Yale.
  • yapped The little dog yapped excitedly as his owner returned home from work.
  • Yawed He awkwardly yawed as he walked away.
  • Yawned I yawned and stretched after waking up from a long nap.
  • yelled I yelled at her for making such a racket.
  • Yelped The dog yelped in pain when it stepped on the hot pavement.
  • yolked As a bodybuilder, he worked hard in the gym to get yolked muscles.
  • yowled The cat yowled loudly when it saw the vet approaching with a needle.

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