Correct spelling for ANK

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Possible correct spellings for ank

  • Ask(Definition of ask)
  • You mustn't ask me.

  • An(Definition of an)
  • Beneath it he was an earthman.

  • Ak
  • Oo-si-so-ak came in upon her flank, ar-ka-dik tore at her haunch, and other dogs followed this prudent example.

  • Ink(Definition of ink)
  • He had half a mind to black its edges over with pen and ink, but refrained.

  • Ankh(Definition of Ankh)
  • 69, 3, shows the bull, carrying the circle of ra between its horns and wearing the ankh symbol hanging from its neck.

  • Ant(Definition of ant)
  • There is less interest in the habits of these destructive wretches than in all other of the ant tribe; they build stupendous nests, it is true, but their interior economy is less active and thrifty than that of many other species of ants, among which there is a greater appearance of the display of reasoning powers than in most animals of a superior class.

  • Sank(Definition of Sank)
  • Alix asked, as his voice sank again.

  • Rank(Definition of rank)
  • He was aid to the brave putnam and rose to the rank of lieutenant-colonel.

  • Dank(Definition of dank)
  • When finally this was accomplished the door creaked heavily on its hinges and a musty smell came from the dank corridor that was revealed.

  • Tank(Definition of tank)
  • Finally he put his feet in the lap of pumperwasser, our tank and windmill man, and pumperwasser hit him."

  • Ana(Definition of ana)
  • Last time we journeyed there we met with adventures that were pleasant, ana, and at tanis doubtless i shall find others that are not pleasant.

  • Auk(Definition of auk)
  • I. e. an egg of the great auk is not to be had for a song.

  • Lank(Definition of lank)
  • Instantly i decided that he meant evil to me; and i instinctively glanced at speed, standing beside me at attention, his clear blue eyes alert, his lank limbs and lean head fairly tremulous with comprehension.

  • Ark(Definition of ark)
  • The lumbering ark of a car was laden with bags and trunks and bundles, for the americans meant to be comfortable.

  • Yank(Definition of yank)
  • But the enfield don't go off none; an' with that the yank throws her down an' starts to' run.

  • Bank(Definition of bank)
  • I heard the frogs, looked back at the flickering fires amongst our wagons, then walked down the bank...."

  • And(Definition of And)
  • And here you are with a boy, jatupon."

  • Ans
  • She was a fine-looking woman, certainly (holding down her eyes, and talking perpetually of "mes trente-deux ans"); and pogson, the wicked young dog, who professed not to care for young misses, saying they smelt so of bread-and-butter, declared, at once, that the lady was one of his beauties; in fact, when he spoke to us about her, he said, "she's a slap-up thing, i tell you; a reg'lar good one; one of my sort!" and such was pogson's credit in all commercial rooms, that one of his sort was considered to surpass all other sorts.

  • Hank(Definition of hank)
  • "i wisht i could send you on your way with somethin' worthwhile," said hank rainer at length.

  • Ann
  • These morning talks with betsey ann were the happiest parts of rosalie's days.

  • Any(Definition of any)
  • Any news of the phantom?"