What is the correct spelling for GIDED?

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Correct spellings for GIDED

  • aided These precious rolls had aided him to maintain the proud conviction of owing everything which he attained or possessed solely to himself.
  • gelded
  • giddy
  • gifted Apart from the admiration which a gifted race ever feels for so fascinating a combination of youthful grace with intellectual power and martial prowess, they believed that this Italian hero would call the people to political activity, perchance even to national independence.
  • gilded My father brought me there at the hour when the dark mist of the hills became gilded like a church.
  • gird Through the iron lattices, which gird in the granite walls of this building, you may at any time see the maniacs roaming to and fro, sometimes in sullen silence, sometimes shrieking out their fantasies or their rage to the winds as they whistle by, and the waters that flow on forever and ever, unconscious of the miserable secrets given to their keeping.
  • girder Stephenson had condemned the suspension principle and approved the tubular girder for railway traffic.
  • glide By the use of this new form, verse and melody glide together in one exquisite rhythm, in which it seems impossible to separate the one from the other.
  • goaded "For you've seen enough of me to get at least a hint of what I would do, if goaded to it.
  • graded Seeing on what heights a woman may stand, will you lower to the level graded by generations of silly, selfish, sensual male minds?
  • guarded Then Carrados threw a guarded remark in his direction.
  • guide Come, let us ask him to guide us to the place where she is hidden."
  • guided The earth, for instance, if guided solely by Kepler's laws, would return each day of the year exactly to the same position which it had on the same day of last year.
  • jaded Who said I was jaded and world-worn?
  • kidd At last I had Dr. Kidd down from London, and in forty-eight hours his treatment checked the disease.
  • tide To tide me over.
  • tied But it must be with a free will, Squire Carne, and not to be tied hand and foot to it.
  • Died It may have been in the very room where she died.
  • Diked
  • Gadded
  • Gated
  • Ged
  • Geed
  • Gibed
  • Gide
  • Girded
  • Girdled
  • Girted
  • Gite
  • Glided
  • Guider
  • Hided
  • Kidded
  • Sided
  • Tided
  • CODED The Apostolic Bible Polyglot is the first numerically coded Greek Old Testament.
  • kited

8 words made from the letters GIDED