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Possible correct spellings for ahown

  • Hone(Definition of hone)
  • Illegal ordinances of charles x. &c . . . by william hone.

  • Idahoan(Definition of idahoan)
  • Any idahoan who has a number in the original area code can keep it.

  • Eon(Definition of eon)
  • Quirks is a 1980 board game published by eon products.

  • Awn(Definition of awn)
  • The boy put on his robes, his robes of green, his purple vest-'twas my awn sewing: ah! wretched me! i little, little kenn'd he was in these to meet his ruin.

  • Shown(Definition of Shown)
  • He turned, with the first sign of kindness he had yet shown to her.

  • Aha(Definition of Aha)
  • "aha, i see it all now," said mr admer, with a sigh.

  • Han(Definition of han)
  • "ez clean an' ez cle'r ez the pa'm er my han'," replied uncle jake, with emphasis.

  • Horny(Definition of horny)
  • Now eaves dripped musically; slushy wagon ruts ran like miniature missouris, and were travelled by horny frogs; prairie-cocks made each dawning weirdly noisy, and far and near, where showed the welcome green, blue-eyed anemones sprang bravely and tossed their fuzzy heads in the sharp air.

  • Ohioan
  • Dr. j. a. munk, an ohioan, to whom i have just referred, has not been in los angeles as long as many others, having arrived only in 1892, but he is known among his friends for his charming personality, and among historians and scientists for his splendid collection of arizoniana-commenced on his first trip to arizona in 1884-all of which has been given to the southwest museum.

  • Hahn
  • At the outbreak of confusion, carter dashed out to see hahn releasing johnson from the cage.

  • Avon(Definition of avon)
  • Stapylton stood in a side valley projected among the low green hills which fringe the vale of the wiltshire avon.

  • Hen(Definition of hen)
  • "and, of course, the mother hen thinks she has little chickens, for at first she can't tell the little ducks from chickens.

  • Oho
  • "oho!" cried roger, sitting close on beltane's left, "list ye to that, now! and see-ha! there cometh our long-legged walkyn, first of them all! see how they order their pikes-o master, they be sweet and doughty fellows! see how jenkyn's archers shoot-each man to the ear!"

  • An(Definition of an)
  • Ye're an awfu' creetic.

  • Aron
  • Cun nasayop ca, uala ca magestudio pagayo sa imong mga leccion, cay quinahanglan ang pagto-on ug ma-ayo sa mga leccion, aron dili quita ma-sayop diha sa mga tema.

  • Hun(Definition of hun)
  • Picture the situation: a dark but starry november night, hun sentry guarding barges, and a poor wretch floundering about in the water, then you will not be surprised that my heart after jumping into my mouth, worked overtime again!

  • Own(Definition of own)
  • "my own," he murmured.

  • Anyhow(Definition of anyhow)
  • I don't sort of fancy big talk that way, anyhow.

  • Ahoy(Definition of Ahoy)
  • At last, his lingering hopes to buoy, he saw a sail and a mast, and called "ahoy!"

  • Horn(Definition of horn)
  • "a gun and a powder-horn, quick!

  • Ion(Definition of ion)
  • I am going to drive over to ion, where your friend mr. travilla lives, to spend the day; would my little daughter like to go with me?"

  • On(Definition of on)
  • Oh, go on, radnor, and tell us about it!

  • Ann
  • "he can't go by hisself-he's not very handy with his blindness, like those who have been brought up to it with a dog and a tin mug," said ann in reply; "but let's hope he'll get used to it, and find it a comfort to him, sir."

  • Anon(Definition of ANON)
  • Anon was tristram sent abroad to france in care of one named governale.

  • Adorn(Definition of adorn)
  • It is not good, however, to dwell for a considerable time in the valley of the shadow of death, even to adorn a tale or point a moral, so the journey was continued toward fairer fields and happier surroundings.

  • Hon
  • The united states judge, hon.

  • Owen(Definition of owen)
  • Whose is the child, owen?

  • Acorn(Definition of acorn)
  • The manor of acorn bank, near temple sowerby, used to have the right, or rather the privilege was claimed.

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