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Correct spelling for KNOOD
We think the word knood is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for knood
- Nd(Definition of nd)
- Nod(Definition of nod)
- Knot(Definition of knot)
- Knob(Definition of knob)
- Kneed(Definition of Kneed)
- Rood(Definition of rood)
- Know(Definition of know)
- Nook(Definition of nook)
- Knotty(Definition of knotty)
- Knit(Definition of knit)
- Mood(Definition of mood)
- Wood(Definition of wood)
- Hood(Definition of hood)
- Noddy(Definition of Noddy)
- Nerd(Definition of nerd)
- Note(Definition of note)
- Knead(Definition of knead)
- Snood(Definition of snood)
- Need(Definition of need)
- Node(Definition of node)
- Noon(Definition of noon)
- Good(Definition of good)
- Not(Definition of not)
- Food(Definition of food)
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.
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.
My uniform was white, the vest blue, a gold and silver shoulder-knot, and a sword-knot of the same material.
Carlin to move forward with his force from pilot knob and attack thompson's main body, which was then in the neighborhood of fredericktown.
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.
Rood, o. n., 226 royce, j., 282 runkle, mrs. lucia, 227 s salem, 35, etc.
"you know she was.
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.
Finally they were pushed and jostled to a quiet nook on the edge of the green, under a tree, and here they sat down.
And it passed away without encountering any knotty questions.
151. do you knit for any particular merchant?
Helen was back in her usual mood of high content.
He did not see "the hood," but ralph walking slowly up the hill.
Suddenly the bear headed straight for noddy.
Chase: well, you're a nerd who punches like a girl, isnt that a cliché?
148; and m'crie, 65, note 5; knox, iii.
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.
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
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.
About noon he returned.
The byrnes did not care for the marriage-they were prejudiced against ned on account of his family.
If you like them, very good.
"yes," was chorused; "we ain't done nowt o' t' sort."
I do not know him.
He sat thinking for hours after the food had been given to him.