Correct spelling for KNOOW

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Possible correct spellings for knoow

  • New(Definition of new)
  • There is nothing new in all this.

  • Noon(Definition of noon)
  • I can be back at castle osternau by noon of the day after to-morrow."

  • Gnaw(Definition of gnaw)
  • But the long gnaw of last winter's frost, which set mankind a-shivering, even in their most downy nest, has made them kindly to the race that has no roof for shelter and no hearth for warmth.

  • Noe
  • Whylomme[1]bie pensmenne[2] moke[3] ungentle[4] name have upon goddwynne erie of kente bin layde: dherebie benymmynge[5] hymme of faie[6] and fame; unliart[7] divinistres[8] haveth faide, thatte he was knowen toe noe hallie[9] wurche[10]; 5 botte thys was all hys faulte, he gyfted ne[11] the churche.

  • Knob(Definition of knob)
  • She pulled the door to, keeping her hand on the knob.

  • Knows
  • Colonel trenck knows you?

  • Knot(Definition of knot)
  • Presently there came a little knot of ladies down the row.

  • Wnw
  • Knoll(Definition of knoll)
  • She stood up, cast one look behind her at the lighted window, and led the way back along the path, through the gate, and down the knoll to the beach.

  • Norw
  • Kn
  • Powerplant: 1 × bristol jupiter iv (derated) 9-cylinder single row radial engine, 320 hp (239 kw) performance maximum speed: 96 kn (110 mph, 177 km/h) cruise speed: 82 kn (94 mph, 151 km/h) range: 296 nmi (340 mi, 580 km) service ceiling: 22,150 ft (6,750 m) wing loading: 8.

  • Nw
  • Nook(Definition of nook)
  • "of course i do, and i'll wager i find it," said duncan, walking directly toward the nook just described.

  • Snow(Definition of snow)
  • "yes, the snow was so cold-" "but why couldn't you get up?

  • Knee(Definition of knee)
  • She went up to mrs. lee, dropped on one knee at her feet-a common thing with the strange girl-and held up the letter between her hands.

  • Knew(Definition of Knew)
  • I came-soon as i knew.

  • Nor(Definition of Nor)
  • Neither you nor i could desire any other end, even to our own love story."

  • Nohow
  • I hain't hardly nothin' but a charity feller, nohow-an' until he says hit's all right, i don't aim ter spend ther time he's payin' fer out hyar playin' fool games-albeit i likes hit."

  • Known(Definition of known)
  • "i wish i'd known it; i'd have come home.

  • Know(Definition of know)
  • I do not know what i believe.

  • Now(Definition of now)
  • Well, you know me now!

  • Noah(Definition of noah)
  • After seven days noah sent her out again, and she returned with an olive leaf in her bill, and then noah knew that the waters were going away.

  • Knock(Definition of knock)
  • Go, or i'll knock you down so you'll never move again."