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Correct spelling for NONE

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Possible correct spellings for none

  • Bone
  • He won't bone you while i'm here.

  • Cone
  • The cone was kindled at the top and slowly burned till it was consumed.

  • Done
  • What would you and amalia have done to her?

  • Gone
  • I said you had gone out."

  • Hone
  • He paused, as if reflecting over the whole matter, and then turned to the child:- is dat w'at make you hone atter daddy jack, honey-des 'kaze you wanter set back dar en lissen at a tale?

  • Lone
  • What shape is that-too fair to leave on arafa, the mountain lone?

  • Nine
  • "i 'd rather walk up to one of those nine-pounders there than present myself to your lady-mother-" "but you needn't.

  • Node
  • Node explained that it would not work until the thing got up in the air where his feet would have free play.

  • Nome
  • It so happened that on this unfortunate day tiktok, the clockwork man, visited the nome king to ask a favor.

  • Nona
  • Yet nona was vaguely frightened.

  • Nonce
  • To this o'ercrowded city for the nonce let's say goodby, and northward to the lake of pewaukee let us hie!

  • None
  • None of us have much fancy for a twelvemonth in winchester jail, i suppose.

    Which on more view, of many mine being one May stand in number, though in reckoning none,

    – Romeo and Juliet: Act I, scene II by Unknown Author
  • Nose
  • She placed a pair of horn spectacles upon her nose, and drew towards her a basketful of threads and wools.

  • Note
  • And i note that in club life, if the plutocrat sets the standard of expenditure, the aristocrat looks to the training of the servants.

    Rayl, till your edged breath flea your raw throat, And burn remarks on all of gen'rous note;

    – On Sanazar's Being Honoured With Six hundred Duckets By The Clarissimi Of Venice, For Composing An Eligiack Hexastick Of The City. A Satyer by Richard Lovelace
  • One
  • She said no more than this, but one could readily grasp all that she left unuttered.

  • Pone
  • La yuca lo pone suave y lustroso.

  • Tone
  • He tried to take his old-time tone of gayety.

  • Zone
  • Practically all the occupied area lies south of a line drawn through montreal, ottawa, and sault ste marie, and it forms part of the great productive zone of the continent.

  • Non
  • Io te voglio bene assaje, e tu non pienz' a me!"

  • Nope
  • "nope," says i; "nor racin' tips, church fair chances, or danish lottery tickets.

  • Noe
  • Lettice and margery were tending of me, and father watching me full of care; but soe soone as he saw me open mine eyes, he bade the maids stand aside, and sayd, stooping over me, "enough, dear moll; we will talk noe more of this at present."

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