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Possible correct spellings for o2ne

  • Ode(Definition of ode)
  • Wordsworth's lines on the fall of the bastile, coleridge's fall of robespierre and ode to france, and southey's revolutionary drama, wat tyler, gave expression to the hopes and aspirations of the english democracy.

  • Cone(Definition of cone)
  • Even there the only weapon that could wound him, that could slay him, was the seed-cone of the pine-tree, was the blue cone of the fir-tree.

  • Zone(Definition of zone)
  • Too eyes were watching on board-especially those of hunt, whose gaze never quitted the horizon of that southern zone for an instant.

  • Gone(Definition of gone)
  • Gone, gone, can't ye hear?

    But gee the feeling wasn't gone Seymour, sweetheart Tell me, darling What's been going on?

    – Sominex/Suppertime II by Unknown Author
  • On(Definition of on)
  • "go on, you scoundrels!

  • Bone(Definition of bone)
  • He told me he was carried to a barn after being shot in the leg and the bone shattered.

  • Hone(Definition of hone)
  • The second fist i drew on him i struck him on the hone of his jaw, he fell, and it is no lie there was a cloud in his head.

  • Ole
  • Ole double smart aleck!"

  • Ones(Definition of Ones)
  • 107. the happy ones: p.

  • Ene(Definition of ene)
  • Is ther eng kwad den, hwervr nen ewa tavlikt send, sa mot man ene mena acht bilidsa; ther ordelth man nei tha sin ther wr. aldas gast an vs keth vmbe over ella rjuchtferdich to birjuchtande, althus to dvande ne skil vs ordel nammer falikant ut ne kvma.

  • Lone(Definition of lone)
  • He was with the wild beasts, mark tells us, and yet no lion sprang upon him; no lone wolf slashed at him with her frightful fangs; no serpent bit him.

  • Done
  • And what would you have done?"

  • None(Definition of none)
  • "none, i am afraid," madelon answered.

  • One(Definition of one)
  • No, sir, not one!"

  • Oe
  • The oe ligature has been replaced with the separate characters.

  • Ne(Definition of ne)
  • I was too happy as i was, and would not have exchanged the kindness of madame d'albret for the best husband that france could produce; and when anything was mentioned by ladies who visited madame d'albret, to that effect, and they talked about my future establishment, my reply invariably was, "je ne veux pas."

  • Owe(Definition of owe)
  • They'll owe us a grudge.

  • Tone(Definition of tone)
  • That was clear from her words, and from the tone in which they were spoken.

  • Ore(Definition of ore)
  • The ore was readily found, and a sufficient amount uncovered to complete their load, and late that evening they reached home very tired, but happy.

  • Ont
  • H. o. webster, bowell, ont., can. october 14, 1911.

  • Pone(Definition of pone)
  • So they watched the pone carefully, turning it now and then, though the embers glowed very hot and a certain skill was necessary.

  • Noe
  • Thus it is said, genesis 8. 6 and 7, that noe sent forth a raven, which went forth, and did not return till the waters were dried up on the earth.

  • Once(Definition of once)
  • "i shall know at once if i am followed.

  • Ono(Definition of ono)
  • Currently, the largest cable television provider in spain is ono, which operates in several regions and autonomous communities of spain.

  • Ope(Definition of Ope)
  • There he stopped and waited, and in a moment a baritone voice on the other side of the wall took up the song: "come ope the west port and let us go free to follow the bonnets of bonnie dundee!"

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