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Correct spelling for KNEWW

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Possible correct spellings for kneww

  • New(Definition of new)
  • What do i do in new york?

  • Newt(Definition of newt)
  • Abel newt stood bareheaded, frowning under his heavy hair, his hands clenched, his face bruised and bleeding, his mouth sternly set as he looked down upon his opponent.

  • Gnaw(Definition of gnaw)
  • There are worms which gnaw the ship in harbour, as the heart in sleep.

  • Knew(Definition of Knew)
  • Mr. browning was not personally acquainted with either john sterling or caroline fox, and what he knew of the former as a poet did not, to his mind, bear out this marked objection to wordiness.

  • Known(Definition of known)
  • "mcnab was well known.

  • Know(Definition of know)
  • But i did not know.

  • Near(Definition of near)
  • You will stay and sit near me."

  • News(Definition of news)
  • I heard that news last night, at white's, from travers.

  • Knell(Definition of knell)
  • One after another they were startled from the deep slumber of early morning by the knocking at the door,-"the first knell of disaster,"-and who that saw the old missouri post when the fearful news was finally made known to all will ever forget the scene that ensued?

  • Nw
  • Knee(Definition of knee)
  • It was delightful to have her sit on his knee again, delightful to hear her talk the sweet and sometimes even amusing nonsense with which her head seemed full, delightful to see her sudden solemnity when there was anything to be done for the personal comfort of robertlet.

  • Anew(Definition of anew)
  • Many of them were too old to begin life anew: by the end of the war it was recorded that, of the massachusetts tory leaders, forty-five died in england.

  • Nee(Definition of nee)
  • Sheewa-a-nee was left again in charge of the hunting grounds and from that day the shawnees held the lovely valley until the coming of the white settlers.

  • Now(Definition of now)
  • Kn
  • See kn. tale, a. 1301, 1329, 1578; also mids.

  • Knees
  • My knees trembled so that i could scarcely walk.

  • Ne(Definition of ne)
  • This method worked well when carried out properly, and before the germans had time to bring up their heavy guns; it was by resorting to it that the french won the victory of the marne.

  • Knows
  • Here's somebody who knows how to do it!

  • Wnw
  • Kneed(Definition of Kneed)
  • But he is a little weak-kneed.

  • Norw
  • Knead(Definition of knead)
  • Spread some flour on your paste-board, take the dough out of the pan, and knead it very well.

  • Ne'er(Definition of ne'er)
  • But, come they late or early, i ne'er shall be again the careless chap of days gone by before i murdered jane.

  • Fluidic
  • If this rearrangement of atoms is possible in dead wood, how much easier must be this adjustment of atoms, molecules and cells to discordant or harmonious vibratory influence in the living, plastic and fluidic human organism!

  • Neh
  • A moment later, in obedience to scott's persistent clamouring for scarabs, she went across the lawn with the young master of roya-neh, resigned to the inevitable in the shape of two-horned scarabs or black-billed cuckoos.

  • Kneel(Definition of kneel)
  • Marget took him in and let him kneel by annie's bedside.

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