Correct spelling for KNOOD

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Possible correct spellings for knood

  • Knotty
  • And it passed away without encountering any knotty questions.

  • Know
  • "you know she was.

  • Nod
  • From time to time she would glance up at the sky, or at the town below, or at people passing on the road, and then she would nod her head.

  • Note
  • 148; and m'crie, 65, note 5; knox, iii.

  • Knead
  • Therefore i count upon remaining here below a while, and to knead with you this leaven of life that may yield to my subjects an eatable bread.

  • Good
  • If you like them, very good.

  • Knots
  • She told me that it was a gray fox-skin, lined with scarlet; that it had great pompadour-coloured knots at each end, and that it was altogether hideous.

  • Nd
  • The blue horizon wuz a mine us fellers all thought well uv, and there befell the episode i now perpose to tell uv; 'twuz in the year of sixty-nine-somewhere along in summer- there hove in sight one afternoon a new and curious comer; his name wuz silas pettibone-an artist by perfession, with a kit of tools and a big mustache and a pipe in his possession; he told us, by our leave, he'd kind uv like to make some sketches uv the snowy peaks, 'nd the foamin' crick, 'nd the distant mountain stretches; "you're welkim, sir," sez we, although this scenery dodge seemed to us a waste uv time where scenery wuz already sooper-floo-us.

  • Mood
  • Helen was back in her usual mood of high content.

  • Noddy
  • Suddenly the bear headed straight for noddy.

  • Wood
  • Hood
  • He did not see "the hood," but ralph walking slowly up the hill.

  • Not
  • I do not know him.

  • Snoot
  • Knit
  • 151. do you knit for any particular merchant?

  • Kneed
  • It was the reductio ad absurdum of the reformed religion, when weak-kneed catholics sheltered themselves from its pains and penalties under the fairly secure roof-tree of atheism.

  • Nowt
  • "yes," was chorused; "we ain't done nowt o' t' sort."

  • Node
  • As alfred dropped through the opening in the roof, he heard node claw a time or two at the weather-boarding; something seemed to let go, to rip, then, there was a dull sound as of a bag of sand falling from a height to the earth.

  • Food
  • He sat thinking for hours after the food had been given to him.

  • Knot
  • My uniform was white, the vest blue, a gold and silver shoulder-knot, and a sword-knot of the same material.

  • Nerd
  • Chase: well, you're a nerd who punches like a girl, isnt that a cliché?

  • Noon
  • About noon he returned.

  • Knob
  • Carlin to move forward with his force from pilot knob and attack thompson's main body, which was then in the neighborhood of fredericktown.

  • Snood
  • Rood
  • Rood, o. n., 226 royce, j., 282 runkle, mrs. lucia, 227 s salem, 35, etc.

  • Nook
  • Finally they were pushed and jostled to a quiet nook on the edge of the green, under a tree, and here they sat down.

  • Need
  • It was our friend-our friend in need!

    An all i'll ever need And i realize the deepest cut can take a while to bleed Cause suddenly it hit me she

    – Lonely's To The Bone by Aaron Pritchett
  • Ned
  • The byrnes did not care for the marriage-they were prejudiced against ned on account of his family.