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Possible correct spellings for anof

  • Avow(Definition of avow)
  • "let me avow to you, dearest soul," he said, "that for the last five years each day has increased my happiness, through the knowledge that you are all mine, and that no natural affection even can take any of your love.

  • Anion(Definition of anion)
  • Further transformations of the resulting conformationally restricted, benzylic anion or cation involve the approach of reagents exo to the chromium fragment.

  • Ante(Definition of ante)
  • "i have wept him to death," said she to some servants who met her in the ante-chamber; and, passing through the affrighted group, she went slowly out toward the fountain.

  • Enos
  • Envoy(Definition of envoy)
  • Bypassings
  • Anf
  • Any(Definition of any)
  • I am not afraid of any of you.

  • Naff(Definition of Naff)
  • Ann
  • "well," agreed ann, "i dunno but father would.

  • Anode(Definition of anode)
  • As barium sulfate has high burning point and is insoluble in water, it is used as a coating material in casting of copper anode plates.

  • Inveigh(Definition of inveigh)
  • Aloof(Definition of aloof)
  • Her father kept much aloof from her; for he could not bear to meet the eye of his child.

  • Nov
  • Of(Definition of Of)
  • Andy
  • "if she can sing and dance as she done nine years ago, i shouldn't wonder," answered black andy, smoothly.

  • Anew(Definition of anew)
  • The last fierce look of summer had parched anew the fevered limbs of the sufferer up stairs, and roused to sharper conflict the bewildered brain.

  • Naif(Definition of naif)
  • Ans
  • Ans. upon the rate at which each conducting loop is filled and emptied of lines of force and the number of such loops with their grouping or connection.

  • Arno
  • "that one we must find," arno answered as he moved on.

  • An(Definition of an)
  • I think it will be something to talk about when i am an old woman."

  • Ono(Definition of ono)
  • Inf
  • Avon(Definition of avon)
  • The church of st. lawrence, at bradford-on-avon, mentioned by william of malmesbury, is a fine specimen of a saxon church, and also the little church at escombe, durham, and that of deerhurst, gloucestershire, recently rescued from being used as a farmstead.

  • Envoi(Definition of envoi)
  • Anna(Definition of anna)
  • Anna was married at a tender age to nicephorus bryennius.

  • Af
  • 2. certain prepositions and adverbs, as ov-er, und-er, af-t-er.

  • Nf
  • And(Definition of And)
  • And yet-do i altogether?

  • Info(Definition of info)
  • Anon(Definition of ANON)
  • She believed that she clearly distinguished them sporting joyously up and down through the azure water, now plunging into the depths with their feet, and now with their heads foremost, anon floating gently on the surface of the waves.

  • Envie
  • Ana(Definition of ana)
  • Ana ha hecho dos pasteles de arena.

  • Ansi
  • Centinela qe hacen a los muertos quando alguno, se muere hacen muchos fuegos debaxo de la casa y andan de noche hombres armados haciendo centinela al atahud porqe dicen qe vienen los bruxos que los ay tambien en esta tierra y qe tocan al atahud y que rebienta luego el atahud y sale grande hedor del cuerpo muerto y qe no lo pueden tener en caja por el grande hedor y ansi por algunas noches le hacen centinela-escauos que matan quando mueren los principales quando mueren los principales desgendientes de dumaguet de la muerte qe muere el principal de aquella mesma muerte matan a un esclauo el mas desuenturado qe pueden aliar para qe los sirua en el otro mundo y siempre procuran, que sea este esclauo estranjero y no natural porqe realmente no son nada crueles-

  • Envy(Definition of envy)
  • Anne
  • Have you talked with anne?

  • Anti(Definition of anti)
  • Their songs were on subjects connected with temperance and anti-slavery.

  • Ant(Definition of ant)
  • There was red-ant, rice-ant, black-ant, wagtail-ant, gray-ant, shining-ant, and many other varieties.

  • Azov
  • In the ninth century they were already settled in the vast and fertile plains and woodlands lying between the carpathian mountains and the sea of azov, and embracing the valleys of the dniester, pruth, boh, dnieper and donetz.

  • Envier(Definition of Envier)
  • Annoy(Definition of annoy)
  • He seemed to her a part of the combination entered into by the fates to thwart and annoy.

  • Ianfu(Definition of ianfu)
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