What is the correct spelling for JAD?

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Correct spellings for JAD

  • bad I don't think you've made at all a bad beginning.
  • cad 36 'You are an ill-bred c-cad.
  • dad Jack had appeared suddenly, and his manner was different from that with which he used to face dad . The spittin' image of his dad But he'll have more common sense Than his puddin'-headed father ever had – Soliloquy by Frank Sinatra
  • fad This custom became a great fad and Professor Gowell and Director Woods have preached it far and wide. So reminisce on the things you had 'Cause you having money was just a fad – The Loot by Ant Banks
  • gad "Gad, sir, no bones broken, but a good deal of 'possum scratching about the head for such a little throw like that.
  • jab The spades of the mates, keen-edged, and mounted on long poles with which they jab downward from the cutting stage, chock into the blubber and draw a deep cut along the chosen line....
  • jade A saucy-looking jade , as one might wish to see!
  • jag She might imagine I'd got on a jag !
  • jam We tried them cooked with sugar as jam , and though the others liked them very much, I could not touch them.
  • jan "Lord a-mercy, Jan e," he said to his wife, "what is the world coming to?"
  • jar Fortunately, however, after crawling back through the first narrow passage, we found some fragments of a broken water-jar, with which the Indians returned and brought us enough to cool our tongues.
  • jaw Jacqueline's pretty jaw fell in wonder.
  • jay Sammy Jay had hunted everywhere through the Green Forest.
  • lad "It don't hurt us, lad .
  • mad Your father's mad at Jimmy?
  • pad Alvays you vimmen are too soon; it may be he are goot, it may be he are pad ; I do not know.
  • rad Rad himself, hearing the noise of our arrival, came to the door to meet us. He was quite composed again and spoke in his usual manner.
  • sad "I'm very sorry-because they were all lovely," Francie went on to Gaston with sad eyes.
  • tad "And some day I'll get up a real dinner for you and Bunny and daddy and Uncle Tad and the ragged man and Eagle Feather," said the little girl.
  • wad It wad hae saved an awfu' deal o' fash!
  • Had I know you had.
  • Jed "No, it isn't Mr. Jed Winkler's monkey and Aunt Lu didn't come, but I wish she had," answered Sue.
  • JD Brain JD , Curran MA, Donaghey T, Molina R.
  • unamazing