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Possible correct spellings for annot

  • Knot(Definition of knot)
  • Then teshumai tewindrow ran down and kissed and hugged taffy very much indeed; but the head chief of the tribe of tegumai took tegumai by the top-knot feathers and shook him severely.

  • Anode(Definition of anode)
  • It combines two separate japanese games, digimon adventure: anode tamer (デジモンアドベンチャー アノードテイマー), and digimon adventure: cathode tamer (デジモンアドベンチャー カソードテイマー), into one.

  • Ann
  • Ann told me all about it.

  • Undo(Definition of undo)
  • Not(Definition of not)
  • Ralph did not reply.

  • Anne
  • Fort anne here-here for villiers.

  • Annuity(Definition of annuity)
  • Already he has refused, with all the indignation i expected, sir robert's offer of an annuity.

  • Anti(Definition of anti)
  • Let us ask our poor, who have been more severely proletarized since the last removal of anti-semitism than ever before.

  • And(Definition of And)
  • Lemes, zanes and annas of the pelasgians.

  • Aunt(Definition of aunt)
  • "i gave aunt mary her gift this morning.

  • Andy
  • Much obliged," muttered andy hastily.

  • Ant(Definition of ant)
  • Well, pat, after eating his lunch, lay down under a tree to get forty winks before the whistle for one o'clock blew and he layed on top of an ants' nest, which he didn't dream of, but pretty soon the whole ant family came out to see what kind of a lobster was in their yard, so they crawled all over pat and bit him to see if he was good eating, etc.

  • Annette
  • "i know that is a sneer; and you were nearly as enthusiastic as i was on board the vessel," annette said, sadly.

  • Annie
  • She did not often speak as she had just done, being a new england woman; but "annie laurie" always carried her out of herself, she declared.

  • Ain't
  • The other rooms ain't inclosed yet, but they're safe enough outside.

  • Anton
  • Dear, dear father anton!"

  • Int
  • /* the anonymous function is given as function for the foreach */ foreachinarray(testtype, array, lambda (testtype, (void *item), { int temp = (*( testtype *) item).

  • Cannot(Definition of Cannot)
  • "of course you cannot.

  • Ont
  • En foi de quoi les plenipotentiaires ont signe le present protocole additionnel.

  • Ante(Definition of ante)
  • Purgatory has seven terraces, plus two ledges in an ante-purgatory; adding these to the earthly paradise yields ten zones.

  • Anna(Definition of anna)
  • She was born in london in 1781, and was the daughter of joseph and anna savory.

  • Onto
  • The lucky numbers were coming onto the land.

  • Ingot(Definition of ingot)
  • [350] alluding probably to the shape of the "shoe" or ingot of silver.

  • Innate(Definition of innate)
  • My own innate and troublesome decency forces me to add that he is worth it.

  • Gannet(Definition of gannet)
  • The name albatross is derived from the arabic al-qādūs or al-ḡaṭṭās (a pelican; literally, "the diver"), which travelled to english via the portuguese form alcatraz ("gannet"), which is also the origin of the name of the former prison, alcatraz.

  • Annoys
  • Get into hated england with the least possible fighting, risk, or loss, said the mere politician, philip, and then crush drake if he annoys you.

  • Into(Definition of Into)
  • "jump into my buggy.

  • Anita
  • I stepped between her and anita.

  • Unit(Definition of unit)
  • Anon(Definition of ANON)
  • After dinner to the office, and anon with my wife and sister abroad, left them in paternoster row, while creed, who was with me at the office, and i to westminster; and leaving him in the strand, i to my lord chancellor's, and did very little business, and so away home by water, with more and more pleasure, i every time reading over my lord bacon's "faber fortunae."

  • Annoy(Definition of annoy)
  • You only say so because you think it will annoy me.

  • Anent(Definition of Anent)
  • Send an acquaintance an old card about christmas on boxing day, and he will return you a second-hand greeting on the 2nd of january anent the new year.

  • Snot(Definition of snot)
  • Unto(Definition of Unto)
  • Arno
  • Shaky, sandy mcdougall, martin and judith, accompanied by jacob, left the house, and then allan dilke turned to arno.

  • Carnot
  • Suddenly, without warning, smoke tumbled over the bows of the lazare carnot.

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