Correct spelling for KNEWN

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Possible correct spellings for knewn

  • Nan(Definition of nan)
  • Would you tell nan about it to-night, miss olney?"

  • Keen(Definition of keen)
  • Stephen could not take a walk outside the grounds but he came upon the old man; and, though skettle always raised his hat and gave him "good-day," stephen felt the small, keen eyes watching him.

  • Anew(Definition of anew)
  • Beginning life anew, and leaving all old troubles behind us-well, if it must end like this, so much the better, mattie!

  • Noon(Definition of noon)
  • We have been dressing dolls morning, noon, and night."

  • Fluidic
  • In a fluidic state, it probably pervades all space.

  • Knee(Definition of knee)
  • She undressed, brought the straight-backed chair close to the fire, and, in her dainty nightgown, part of her trousseau, sat elbow on knee, face in thin, clutching hands, slippered feet on fender, thinking, thinking once again.

  • Kneeing
  • Again, he had driven his specially shod heel down on the instep of spider boyce with such scientific force as to make the sufferer drop his guard long enough to let in a haymaker to the jaw. surreptitious kneeing was another of his arts.

  • Nun(Definition of nun)
  • The old nun still continued crying, would not her grace send her a priest?

  • News(Definition of news)
  • Have you heard the news, ser lazzaro?

  • Sewn(Definition of sewn)
  • On his wrists were bracelets; about his shoulders was a mantle sewn with gems; beneath was a tunic, and on his feet were the high white slippers that women wore.

  • Ken(Definition of ken)
  • "all the wages that i ask is that thou wilt take the trouble to find out my name, for few folk ken it, and few folk care to ken.

  • Neon
  • Neon alley was an american digital anime service run by viz media.

  • Noun(Definition of noun)
  • Originally declension could not have been anything but the composition of a noun with some other word expressive of number and case.

  • Known(Definition of known)
  • Then a meeting was called for saturday, the 18th december, to be held at that well-known sporting little inn the bobtailed fox.

  • Knew(Definition of Knew)
  • If i only knew how i could-oh, ho!

  • New(Definition of new)
  • I shall be glad when we get into new quarters.

  • Non(Definition of Non)
  • It was a good half-hour's work, and the monotony and non-success induced a certain nervousness.

  • Kern(Definition of kern)
  • After this statement from kern, therefore, he first glanced at his three companions, and, observing their agitation, he became somewhat stirred himself and puckered his fat brows above his eyes, as he glanced back at kern.

  • Newt(Definition of newt)
  • Hope and gabriel turned at the same moment, and beheld abel newt entering the room gayly, with a sketch in his hand.

  • Naan
  • Despite the success of ammuvagiya naan, bharathi failed to get good offers in tamil films and instead signed on to feature in malayalam films.

  • Know(Definition of know)
  • Just want to know.