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Possible correct spellings for nnote

  • Mote
  • To which it may be answered, in the first place, that we have good authority for saying that even babes and sucklings know something; and, in the second, that, if there is a mote or so to be removed from our premises, the courts and councils of the last few years have found beams enough in some other quarters to build a church that would hold all the good people in boston and have sticks enough left to make a bonfire for all the heretics.

  • Tote
  • None
  • Niter
  • Nutter
  • Gnat
  • The far-off murmur was a mutter now, defined and positive, and, as the two friends listened, grew into a drumming roll, and all at once above it came a shrill, high sound like the buzzing of a gnat close by the ear.

  • Net
  • Dote
  • Like many others who dote on woman, he observed neither sense nor measure in love.

  • Neat
  • Not
  • Notes
  • Nod
  • Monte
  • He now bitterly regretted that he had not held to his purpose of sending the soprano back to pianura; but to do so at this point would be to challenge observation and he resolved instead on despatching him to monte alloro with a letter to the old duke.

  • Nita
  • Cote
  • Outside the church at the apex of the gable over the chancel arch there is sometimes a small bell-cote, wherein the sanctus or saunce bell once hung.

  • Innate
  • He was a genius with innate mechanical skill.

  • Denote
  • Just as the charwoman to-day insists upon a fictitious gentility, so in years to come the farmer will denote himself an agriculturist, possibly with the epithet 'scientific.

  • Knot
  • A man's fur cap rested upon the mass of tangled light-brown hair which, tied imperfectly with a simple knot of ribbon, fell down upon her neck.

  • Nit
  • Knit
  • Do you knit every evening?

  • Nose
  • Unite
  • Newt
  • Nate
  • I knew that he wanted to help them that helped him, without no deep thought as to the special fitness of uncle nate gowdy and ury henzy for governmental positions.

  • Neut
  • Knots
  • "there was a stiff breeze, and the vessel making near ten knots an hour.

  • Nowt
  • Ante
  • A still more striking light is thrown on bonaparte's diplomatic methods by the following question, addressed to lord hawkesbury on june 15th: "if, supposing that the french government should accede to the arrangements proposed for the east indies by england, and should adopt the status quo ante bellum for portugal, the king of england would consent to the re-establishment of the status quo in the mediterranean and in america."

  • Note
  • Nettie
  • Nut
  • Neater
  • Nt
  • Vote
  • Rote
  • Neuter
  • Noe
  • Nat
  • Thoughe it be nat gotten by theyr owne labour.

  • Anode
  • The anode is inserted into its bulb in a quite similar manner.

  • Nato
  • Bsec, ce, cei, eapc, ebrd, fao, iaea, ibrd, icao, icct, icrm, ida, idb, ifad, ifc, ifrcs, ilo, imf, imo, interpol, ioc, iom, ipu, iso (correspondent), itu, ituc, miga, nato, oic, oif, opcw, osce, seci, un, unctad, unesco, unido, unomig, unwto, upu, wco, wftu, who, wipo, wmo, wto

  • Connote
  • To such as these, the words etiquette and politeness connote weakness and timidity.

  • Netter
  • Nwt
  • Node
  • Nome
  • Noted
  • Natter
  • Knotty
  • She had debated these problems at full in her own mind for years, and had arrived at definite and consistent solutions for every knotty point in them.

  • Snot
  • Nope
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