Common misspellings for sold

slowd, sttd, sulled, sownd, solil, sounld, swould, stoood, ciled, toald, solad, slould, sufeld, soldi, shuould, slod, sstood, stludy, soad, sebd, solled, skould, sald, schould, svoid, chold, dsould, sgould, soulds, sholud, zolaft, salaid, soliud, pold, soid, solor, shuold, silde, sghould, oould, sodd, soold, soliid, siled, soilt, solide, saldy, xcould, siolder, smled, soild, thisbold, houseold, stold, siebold, told, cold, shoulda, syudy, sond, saield, slead, solr, shoold, lould, soumd, tiold, sorwd, ouwld, splid, sowly, solft, sould, solf, tould, qorld, sloder, soldar, soldure, salde, soved, missold, solied, soilds, yold, shouild, youl'd, suould, sloid, dould, souldd, hould, soildly, shsould, solidfy, yearsold, soldiar, soada, soded, wporld, swhould, sodl, soley, asoult, sorde, solidy, slurd, hosuld, soloar, soell, thould, salda, shuld, souled, suond, souldve, wrold, sldo, soloo, stoold, voild, gold, shiould, soile, sqeld, sild, sols, soult, soulder, souhd, sjould, shoyld, shold, wshould, solitud, sollid, osld, ehld, slaid, soldl, soud, yould, sorly, hsould, smood, solict, cihld, salid, solit, slole, eould, shoulld, saluda, shoiuyld, kould, soilder, swla, solelt, sholld, solkd, stolld, sldie, siold, 21stlord, shouold, soulld, sowrd, ssold, salald, ttold, swlled, stould, silide, schold, shoulod, spold, cylde, sfood, thold, solided, salled, soli, sovled, alowd, sorda, soflt, sholdour, saled, thiswould, nold, solel, stoolde, roald, kold, hslda, solom, solial, solw, showld, sowd, vorld, soildify, suld, salade, souday, sledd, ciould, holld, misold, soily, spolt, wrlod, sld, sopld, soloy, sozed, xfld, soledion, sood, somed, soliquy, soldeir, solic, soalr, solild, soudi, somday, shld, seald, aold, scholld, selld, vold, seledom, spoild, soely, sord, solum, aould, schild, spuld, saoid, slida, solfd, seild, solds, soll, sollo, souly, esold, soldir, soilids, qould, seldum, soull, sqield, solv, fold, salada, seldem, sallad, shoul'd, scould, soldin, souuld, soldior, sorid, sylte, shoould, salard, silled, sbody, spild, spoled, saild, theold, solt, sohuld, iould, soldify, suold, souild, issold, swlf, soaly, seldome, solod, sydd, slold, lold, soldes, llold, sohould, sotle, shouldi, boold, seeled, sdddd, somd, soilid, slolide, soolved, soudl, seould, shaould, hcild, voled, saldom, sol, wpold, soildure, sheould, spood, jold, hsuold, shouyld, solvd, sobed, vuld, smild, shouuld, salds, soly, stled, asloud, vould, rold, sshould, shoiuld, soldis, coyld, syled, tolad, ciuld, sotly, selof, oold, dold, solld, solded, solnoid, selv, rould, sold, selled, somde, siolid, rolld, soldium, saeled, seld, slowlt, seled, toldd, sosuid, selaed, wsould, desolt, smeld, seldf, sahould, xould, soldid, solde, teold, solut, sechuld, sslc, silid, dsold, cxould, shoild, solitar, soard, sloed, soldiur, tolda, slede, holdd, eold, iold, olld, swalod, solty, sclod, scolde, seafodd, sseldom, selfed, shlud, should, silkd, slott, skoda, solal, sdold, soldd, solinod, csolid, soldily, sttood, w0rld, wlould, wyould, you'ld.

Definitions of sold

  1.   imp. & amp; p. p. of Sell.
  2.   Did sell; given to for a price.
  3.   Of to sell.
  4.   Of sell, which see; sold- note, a note or memorandum of sale given by the seller to the buyer.
  5.   Pa. t. and pa. p. of SELL.
  6.   disposed of to a purchaser; " this merchandise is sold"
  7.   Imp. & pp. of SELL, v.
  8.   of Sell
  9.   Solary; military pay.
  10.   Past tense and past participle of the verb sell.

Antonyms for sold


Quotes of sold

  1. I'd sold the book first. Actually to a paperback publisher. I had nothing. I just had the idea. – William Peter Blatty
  2. Abstract art: a product of the untalented sold by the unprincipled to the utterly bewildered. – Al Capp
  3. I don't think Amber taped Scott or testified for money, but the opportunity certainly presented itself. It makes me a bit uncomfortable, but at least she never sold the story before trial to the tabloids. – Catherine Crier
  4. Again, we turn down most books that have been self -published unless they have a special track record. We have taken a small number on, however, and sold them to major publishers for a nice sum. But that is an exception to the rule. – Richard Curtis
  5. About 75 percent of the crude oil marketed here is sold off the books, and they are doing trades that would be illegal if it was a regulated market, and of course they do not want to regulate it. – Peter DeFazio
  6. The music sold itself before anybody knew who I was. – Enya
  7. We have lost all our big Australian industries and icons, including Qantas when it sold 25% of its shares and a controlling interest to British Airways. – Pauline Hanson
  8. I don't need somebody behind a desk to tell me what a marketing survey says is funny. I got 3 million miles and 70, 000 tickets sold telling me that I know how to make people laugh. – D. L. Hughley
  9. I have a problem with the blatant celebrity exhibitionism that happens in this business and being sold purely as a brand. – Jason Patric
  10. I think after 1970 or so, after I sold Soul City, I took off for awhile and didn't do too many gigs. – Johnny Rivers
  11. Hollywood sold its stars on good looks and personality buildups. We weren't really actresses in a true sense, we were just big names- the products of a good publicity department. – Ann Sothern
  12. The first thing I did when I sold my book was buy a new wedding ring for my wife and asked her to marry me all over again. – Nicholas Sparks
  13. Well, you know, back then there wasn't many albums, it was the singles. You sold singles. – Mel Tillis
  14. I haven't sold to the movies. In other words, I haven't gotten any enormous checks yet. – Jack Vance

Usage examples for sold

  1. If you do not care to live here, I would rather it were sold – Watersprings by Arthur Christopher Benson
  2. He brought me to Paris; afterward he sold me to a man in Lunnon as a 'prentice. ” – The Children's Pilgrimage by L. T. Meade
  3. Not only that, but he had sold Andrew a horse. ” – Way of the Lawless by Max Brand
  4. Sold the watch already! ” – Walter Sherwood's Probation by Horatio Alger
  5. “ I'll mention to the boys that Morrow sold out the interests of the Three Bar while he was drawing down your pay. ” – The Settling of the Sage by Hal G. Evarts
  6. He sold off his stock some years ago. ” – Cattle and Cattle-breeders by William M'Combie
  7. More than half her stock was sold when an old gentleman and a young lady came along. ” – Our Young Folks at Home and Abroad by Various
  8. “ Lensmand Geissler, that sold you the place first of all. ” – Growth of the Soil by Knut Hamsun
  9. “ I left him so astonished that this had happened, so plainly pleased, that I was certain he had never sold anything before in his life. ” – The Pool in the Desert by Sara Jeanette Duncan
  10. And sold it to Filipson." ” – A Matter of Proportion by Anne Walker
  11. “ I had two small trees from which, one autumn, I sold ten dollars' worth of fruit. ” – The Home Acre by E. P. Roe
  12. “ I buried my wife, sold the apothecary's shop, cried when I said good- bye to my neighbor, and- that's all. ” – Stories and Pictures by Isaac Loeb Peretz
  13. He was with the man to whom he had sold it. ” – The Hunter Cats of Connorloa by Helen Jackson
  14. “ I believe if those girls sold papers on the street corner you would think it the finest thing ever done! ” – Those Dale Girls by Frank Weston Carruth
  15. The necklet was hers, and he had talked to her about it; and she had said, when he asked if it could be sold I do not know if it would be right." ” – Salome by Emma Marshall
  16. Sold out five weeks in advance. ” – Torchy and Vee by Sewell Ford
  17. One man sold his farm and got part of the required sum ready to pay. ” – History of American Socialisms by John Humphrey Noyes
  18. “ I 'as sold her!" ” – Lucretia, Complete by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  19. It was for my sake he did it, she said, and I don't know now whether she was right or not; he sold out and went to England thirty years ago, and I have never heard of him since. ” – The Moving Finger A Trotting Christmas Eve at Warwingie Lost! The Loss of the "Vanity" Dick Stanesby's Hutkeeper The Yanyilla Steeplechase A Digger's Christmas by Mary Gaunt
  20. “ I have not sold you, and I have not gone over to the enemy. ” – My Strangest Case by Guy Boothby

Idioms for sold