How Do You Spell HURTS?

Correct spelling for the English word "hurts" is [hˈɜːts], [hˈɜːts], [h_ˈɜː_t_s] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

Common Misspellings for HURTS

Below is the list of 123 misspellings for the word "hurts".

Similar spelling words for HURTS

22 words made out of letters HURTS

3 letters

  • hrt,
  • trh,
  • tsh,
  • uht,
  • rus,
  • sur,
  • hus,
  • sth,
  • hut,
  • rut.

4 letters

  • rush,
  • thru,
  • thus,
  • urth,
  • shut,
  • rust,
  • huts,
  • ruts,
  • rhus,
  • hurt,
  • ruth,
  • tush.

Conjugate verb Hurts


I would hurt
we would hurt
you would hurt
he/she/it would hurt
they would hurt


I will hurt
we will hurt
you will hurt
he/she/it will hurt
they will hurt


I will have hurt
we will have hurt
you will have hurt
he/she/it will have hurt
they will have hurt


he/she/it hurt


I had hurt
we had hurt
you had hurt
he/she/it had hurt
they had hurt


I hurt
we hurt
you hurt
he/she/it hurts
they hurt


I have hurt
we have hurt
you have hurt
he/she/it has hurt
they have hurt
I am hurting
we are hurting
you are hurting
he/she/it is hurting
they are hurting
I was hurting
we were hurting
you were hurting
he/she/it was hurting
they were hurting
I will be hurting
we will be hurting
you will be hurting
he/she/it will be hurting
they will be hurting
I have been hurting
we have been hurting
you have been hurting
he/she/it has been hurting
they have been hurting
I had been hurting
we had been hurting
you had been hurting
he/she/it had been hurting
they had been hurting
I will have been hurting
we will have been hurting
you will have been hurting
he/she/it will have been hurting
they will have been hurting
I would have hurt
we would have hurt
you would have hurt
he/she/it would have hurt
they would have hurt
I would be hurting
we would be hurting
you would be hurting
he/she/it would be hurting
they would be hurting
I would have been hurting
we would have been hurting
you would have been hurting
he/she/it would have been hurting
they would have been hurting


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