What is the correct spelling for TEE'D?

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Correct spellings for TEE'D

  • dead Oh dear, I'm nearly dead !" Who at the bridge would be first to fall, Who that day would be lying dead, Pierced by a British musket ball. You know the rest. In the books you have read – Paul Revere's Ride by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  • deed "His youth and zeal," cried Montgomery, "are sufficient to excuse the intemperance of the deed ." You know I did the deed I thought that you would wait for me, Your wants I needn't heed The wrong man lies beside you – The Wrong Man Was Convicted by barenaked ladies
  • feed If he once has acquired the desire to read, the little time he has is not sufficient to satisfy it, and when he has more time he is always compelled to lay aside his volume of poetry to feed the pigs or to clean the stables. Born, no doubt, like insects which breed on The very fruit they are meant to feed on. – Flight Of The Duchess, The by Robert Browning
  • heed Warning signs are flashing everywhere we pay no heed Instead of slowing down the pace we're picking up speed – Ninety Miles An Hour by John Berry
  • meed
  • need Going into Tow Law for what I need Chain for the ripsaw, killer for the weed – Hill Farmer's Blues by Mark Knopfler
  • reed
  • seed I haint seed your hankercher 'tall.
  • steed Shall I be clothed in armor and ride upon a great black steed ?
  • tad Bunny and his sister, with their mother, were at the fire almost as soon as Daddy Brown and Uncle Tad .
  • teat
  • ted
  • teddy
  • tee
  • teem
  • teen
  • tend
  • tet
  • tide
  • tied
  • toad
  • tod
  • todd
  • toed
  • treed
  • tweed
  • weed
  • Died I almost thought that part of you had died.
  • Geed
  • Teed
  • TD
  • TDD
  • TAED
  • TEES

5 words made from the letters TEE'D

  • 3 letter words made from TEE'D:

    'ed, 'te, de', ted, tee.