Correct spelling for KNOWT

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Possible correct spellings for knowt

  • Nit(Definition of nit)
  • There he was met by the gods and goddesses of the court of osiris: by anubis, by hathor the lady of the cemetery, by nit, by the two maits who preside over justice and truth, and by the four children of horus stiff-sheathed in their mummy wrappings.

  • Knot(Definition of knot)
  • As he came within view of the church he saw a knot of men gathered about the door.

  • Knit(Definition of knit)
  • 1486. when did you begin to knit?

  • Nt(Definition of nt)
  • And came-and saw-and conquered![471] but the man who would have tamed his eagles down to flee, like a trained falcon, in the gallic van,[472] which he, in sooth, long led to victory, with a deaf heart which never seemed to be a listener to itself, was strangely framed; with but one weakest weakness-vanity-[nt] coquettish in ambition-still he aimed- and what? can he avouch, or answer what he claimed?[nu]

  • Snot(Definition of snot)
  • Nasal mucus is also termed as boogers, snot, bogeys, mucus secretion, and other related terms.

  • Known(Definition of known)
  • I'd always known it was so-like you do know things are so.

  • Nwt
  • The call sign for the nwt & y station in aklavik was vef.

  • Knew(Definition of Knew)
  • What i was about to do i knew not.

  • Note(Definition of note)
  • "i was just writing you a note.

  • Nat(Definition of Nat)
  • Forsoth they can nat chuse.

  • Knotty(Definition of knotty)
  • "yes, what is it-knotty knees?

  • Nod(Definition of nod)
  • "yes," was the language of the quick, short nod he received.

  • Nut(Definition of nut)
  • As soon as he arrived at the well of gimbangonan all the betel-nut trees bowed, and gimbangonan shouted and all the world trembled.

  • Newt(Definition of newt)
  • Nothing is on the move; no newt or tadpole is playing in the water, and nothing can be descried there but the rays of the moon, as she moves slowly o'er its surface; nor is anything to be heard except the wind whistling through the trees, or an occasional shot from the rifle of a brother sportsman, who, more happy, more clever, and better placed than himself, may be heard in the distance.

  • Nowt
  • Pownies ain't to be had for nowt in ayrshire, as was ance, my leddie.

  • Not(Definition of not)
  • "he told me not to tell.

  • Knots
  • We are doing about 20 knots against a stiff head wind.

  • Know(Definition of know)
  • I know that's wrong."

  • Now(Definition of now)
  • "now, i'll tell you all about it!

  • Knows
  • Why, no one knows.

  • Net(Definition of net)
  • "most of the time they use a great big net, called a 'cod-trap.