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Correct spelling for KNOWW

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Possible correct spellings for knoww

  • Now(Definition of now)
  • "no would you, now?

  • Gnaw(Definition of gnaw)
  • He's a rat still-an' he'll gnaw and devour the little that's left to you, so sure as i sit here."

  • Kn
  • 536th troop carrier (later tactical airlift) squadron: 1 jan 1967 – 15 oct 1971 (c-7a tail code: kl; call sign iris) (detached to tactical group, provisional, 6483d, 15 mar 1969 – 30 jun 1970) stationed at vung tau airfield 1 jan 1967 - ca 1 jul 1970 537th troop carrier (later tactical airlift) squadron: 1 jan 1967 – 31 aug 1971(c-7a tail code: kn; soul) stationed at phu cat air base, viet nam royal australian air force, transport flight vietnam / 35 squadron (dhc-4 call sign: wallaby) jul 1964 - feb 1972 stationed at vung tau airfield, viet nam support units 6466th usaf hospital: ca.

  • Wnw
  • Snow(Definition of snow)
  • In a week they will have forgotten all about this snow.

  • Known(Definition of known)
  • That is a matter known only to lady ormstork and miss buffkin.

  • Nowt
  • I've lived wi'thee nigh a year, an' i've loved thee twenty-is theer nowt fur me?

  • Noe
  • But the peasants did not rise, the spanish ships were slow to arrive, the enterprise attempted against the marquis of montesquiou failed, the conspirators were surrounded in the forest of noe, near rennes; a great number were made prisoners and taken away to nantes, where a special chamber inquired into the case against them.

  • Knock(Definition of knock)
  • Into their silence there came a knock on the door.

  • Norw
  • Nw
  • Know(Definition of know)
  • But you and i know why.

  • Knoll(Definition of knoll)
  • The mistress of beech knoll.

  • Snowy(Definition of snowy)
  • 1880.-january, 10, and 3 snowy; february, 5, and 2 snowy; march, 5, and 3 snowy; april, 10; may, 8; june, 2; july, 1; august, 2; september, 4; october, 5; november, 5; december, 12, and 1 snowy.

  • Knows
  • Goodness knows, i didn't want them!

  • Knot(Definition of knot)
  • Phil had discovered the loop when it finally slipped up so his one hand was pressed against the knot.

  • Nor(Definition of Nor)
  • "in fact, i fancy it's one that neither you nor i can throw much light upon.

  • Knew(Definition of Knew)
  • I thought i knew, but i see i didn't.

  • New(Definition of new)
  • A new life ...

  • Knob(Definition of knob)
  • All at once the door of winona's room opened, and the tall dark figure of the girl remained in the opening, silently, her hand on the knob, hesitating.

  • Knee(Definition of knee)
  • I felt helen's hand on my knee.

  • Noah(Definition of noah)
  • 9. noah's flood was nearly general; but perhaps not universal.

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