What is the correct spelling for SQUEDULED?
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Correct spellings for SQUEDULED
- curdled She had eaten nothing since her breakfast, and she now tried to drink the milk, but it had curdled and was not fit to use; a small bit of bread and a few dates quite satisfied her.
- saddled I saddled my horse, and when I mounted I could barely keep my seat.
- schedule The schedule time is 10:40 A. M. We go on board amid shouts of kindly farewell from our friends on shore.
- scheduled With the rim road, over which various drives are scheduled, and several commanding points to whose precipices one may walk, it will be a day to remember for a lifetime.
- settled The fairies were not much surprised when they found the King and all the tribe settled in a new palace, as comfortably as if they had never moved.
- squalid A squalid little town grew up out of the flying gravel as we approached, and we left our state coach at the custom-house, which seemed the chief public edifice.
- suckled The babes of the guilty priestess are cast adrift, but their cradle is carried down the Tiber to the foot of the Palatine, where they are suckled by a wolf, and brought up by the shepherd community already established there.
- Scudded Again before daybreak they scudded past another and far brighter and larger area of twinkling points, which marked the position of Brighton.
- Cuddled The details of Busteretto's illness and danger had caused him to be reached for in the dark and kissed and cuddled anew.
- Squabbled One thing was sure: the convention had squabbled.