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Possible correct spellings for new4117

  • Net(Definition of net)
  • Thus they lay in the net to weep and wail.

  • Hew(Definition of hew)
  • They stand on foot in the middle of the garden, and straightway attack each other with their green swords of german steel, and deal great wicked blows upon their bright and gleaming helmets, so that they hew them into bits, and their eyes shoot out flame.

  • Neb(Definition of neb)
  • Look steady as ye can, neb.

  • Anew(Definition of anew)
  • But in their room he drew her into his arms, and loved her anew, and talked to her of all the wonderful things that would come to them if they were faithful.

  • Jew(Definition of jew)
  • "is it because i am a jew?

  • Ne(Definition of ne)
  • The germans will never reach the marne!"

  • News(Definition of news)
  • "it's very good news.

  • Accruings
  • Dew(Definition of dew)
  • I looked up to see her face; her lips were smiling but there seemed a dew on her lashes.

  • Now(Definition of now)
  • What is he going to do now?

  • Neg
  • Ne'er(Definition of ne'er)
  • And earth hath ne'er so dear a spot as where i meet with thee.

  • Few(Definition of few)
  • "i'll tell you, sir, and in very few words, too, what i do not ask for!

  • Mew(Definition of mew)
  • He bent over to rub her cheek and she mewed again, an amiable inquiring little mew, to which he replied, "certainly, you are greatly improved, and when you recover your plumage you will be a gorgeous bird."

  • Nu
  • A fine white ash-dust began to fall, and this increased the terror of nu-nu, whose lips trembled over his two rows of black ivory.

  • Nor(Definition of Nor)
  • It ain't the first time, nor the second.

  • Nev
  • N(Definition of N)
  • L o n d o n printed for j.

  • Knee(Definition of knee)
  • My knee will be enough for mother for one day.

  • Near(Definition of near)
  • I never thought we were so near the end.

  • Nah
  • Know(Definition of know)
  • What do i know that will not do?

  • Gnaw(Definition of gnaw)
  • Within those palings the children at play scarcely turn to look; the very infants that can hardly toddle are so accustomed to the ponderous wonder that they calmly gnaw the crusts that keep them contented.

  • Norw
  • Knew(Definition of Knew)
  • I knew them better!"

  • Ni
  • The ni-o and some of the gods outside the temple are similarly disfigured.

  • Newt(Definition of newt)
  • He seized newt elkey by the arm and said, "what does she do?"

  • Noe
  • Lew(Definition of Lew)
  • Lew, sheltered from cold wind.

  • Nee(Definition of nee)
  • There will never be any fat babies rolling about the mats or swinging in the basket at my home while the mother tells the sehn-nee, the cradle song.

  • Sew(Definition of sew)
  • It is our new year's day, and i have stayed at home to sew.

  • Na(Definition of na)
  • Na, na, a' daurna use that kin' o' langidge; it's no cannie."

  • Neh
  • New(Definition of new)
  • The time for the new life had come.

  • Nae
  • Wnw
  • Fluidic
  • Pew(Definition of pew)
  • At the conclusion of the ceremony they are the first to be escorted from their pew and to take their carriage for the wedding reception or breakfast.

  • Ned
  • Nay(Definition of nay)
  • "nay, i should have recognised it on the road two miles back if-if i hadn't been-" she came to a full stop, in some confusion.

  • Ny
  • "ny," said i, "and father and mother.

  • Nw
  • Yew(Definition of yew)
  • Sir richard, i would take a hundred bows of spanish yew and a hundred sheaves of arrows, peacock-feathered, or grey-goose-feathered; methinks that will be to robin a most acceptable gift.

  • Nih(Definition of NIH)
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