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Correct spelling for KNO9W

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Possible correct spellings for kno9w

  • New(Definition of new)
  • I will write home and tell my father of my new friend; i know it will please him.

  • Knee(Definition of knee)
  • "it's my knee, ted.

  • Noe
  • Aboute this tyme the councells at westminster lost a principle supporter, by the death of john pimm, who dyed with greate torment and agony, of a disease unusuall, and therfore the more spoken of, morbus pediculosus, which rendred him an objecte very lothsome, to those who had bene most delighted with him. noe man had more to answer for the miseryes of the kingdome, or had his hande or heade deeper in ther contrivance, and yet i believe they grew much higher even in his life, then he designed.

  • Knot(Definition of knot)
  • Presently a small number of the men returned to a camp-fire, and, building it up, seated themselves about it, gathering closer and closer together until they were in a little knot.

  • Nw
  • Known(Definition of known)
  • Of the first very little is known.

  • Kn
  • the minimum gate closed breaking strain of a carabiner conforming with en 362:2004 is nominally the same as that of en 12275:1998 at around 20 kn.

  • Gnaw(Definition of gnaw)
  • The materials at his disposal were the branches of trees given him to gnaw.

  • Knows
  • No one knows why.

  • Snow(Definition of snow)
  • You were the snow man all the time!

  • Now(Definition of now)
  • Now, now; now, now!

  • Knew(Definition of Knew)
  • I knew him for sure.

  • Nor(Definition of Nor)
  • "nor i, aunt ellen.

  • Knob(Definition of knob)
  • But when the knob of the sitting room door moved, she heard it, and, without turning her head, called out, "what is it, betty?

  • Wnw
  • Norw
  • Know(Definition of know)
  • Do you know mrs. anerton?

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