What is the correct spelling for GAWED?

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Correct spellings for GAWED

  • awed They were both a little awed in mother's room.
  • clawed The house shook, the rain lashed the roof, and the wind clawed and rattled the blinds like some wild creature trying to get in.
  • cowed But he fancied that he knew his man, and that in this way only could he be effectually cowed ; and he restrained himself.
  • gad Gad, man, your own eyes saw our conception grow!
  • gate Come outside the gate !
  • wed "James," said the King, "our friend Mr Dale desires to wed Mistress Barbara Quinton."
  • Cawed On this, most of the people edged away in the direction of home, and directly there came from the north a crow that perched on a dead tree and cawed.
  • Gamed That section of the representative body which was Whiggish without being ministerial had gamed a great accession of strength, and seemed likely to have, during some time, the fate of the country in its hands.
  • Gaped He put his hand to his head uncertainly and gaped as though trying to gather his wits.
  • Gated "Gated for three weeks," I answered; "I suppose I ought to consider myself lucky, he might have sent me down."
  • Gazed The little one opened his eyes, and gazed up.
  • Ged Schmitt said: 'Zake, you go in und ged him.
  • Geed
  • Glowed
  • Gnawed Suddenly the birds flew up into a tree and two gray squirrels came and gnawed at the bread crusts, when the two crows that had chased David's cat came flapping down and tried to get at the scraps.
  • Hawed As for the latter, he hawed and coughed and stammered and cleared his throat until finally he succeeded in delivering himself of the following sublime effort: "I will have the honor to report to His Majesty that during the time of your Imperial Highness's entry, your Imperial Highness thought of naught but the all-highest approval of His Majesty."
  • Jawed His square, heavy-jawed, smooth-shaven face was lighted by hard, keen eyes, and finished by an uncompromising chin.
  • Pawed I have pawed about for hours in the chill sward of meadows where one might properly expect to get one's death, and got no harm from it, except it might be Oliver Twist's complaint.
  • Waged The war at the outset, waged by ill-trained and ill-disciplined volunteers, commanded by officers unknown to fame, had attracted small notice from professional soldiers.
  • Waked Her conscience waked to fresh activity.
  • Yawed It looked almost as if she were waiting for us to begin, in order that she might ascertain our weight of metal; but when the two craft were within about a quarter of a mile of each other our antagonist suddenly yawed and gave us her whole starboard broadside of seven twelve-pound shot.
  • gawked
  • GAWD I've written my full name and promised that the writing was mine, 's'welp me Gawd ,' as the court-house man used to say, till I could do either one under the influence of ether.
  • sawed A man at the yard sawed 'em for me.
  • we'd "We'd ought to get a whole lot of fellows, though," one of the Middlers said.

18 words made from the letters GAWED