Correct spelling for XONE

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Possible correct spellings for xone

  • Cone(Definition of cone)
  • No one but a builder, or an engineer, could disguise the shape of a head like mine; as he spoke he had stroked the top of his head, which rose above his strongly-marked brows like a down-covered cone.

  • Done
  • She does everything exactly as it ought to be done-who should know, if not she?

  • Gone(Definition of gone)
  • Oh, where's he gone?

  • Lone(Definition of lone)
  • In the calm moonlight nights paul often lay wide awake, hour after hour, listening with rapture to the sweet music which came to him from the distant woods, from the waterfall, from the old maple in front of the house, when the leaves, tinged with gorgeous hues, were breaking one by one from the twigs, and floating to the ground, from the crickets chirping the last lone songs of the dying year, and from the robins and sparrows still hovering around their summer haunts.

  • One(Definition of one)
  • No, sir, no one knows that i was there at that time.

  • Bone(Definition of bone)
  • That ain't a bone.

  • Tone(Definition of tone)
  • It was to legros he first addressed himself in a tone of strong indignation.

  • None(Definition of none)
  • You'll none of you iver be ginerals.

  • Hone(Definition of hone)
  • Hone the publisher's trial, you must find very amusing, and as englishmen very encouraging: his not guilty is a thing, which not to have been, would have dulled still more liberty's emblazoning-lord ellenborough has been paid in his own coin-wooler and hone have done us an essential service.

  • Zone(Definition of zone)
  • I was glad of the honour, though when he pointed to a distant roof where a wounded man was reported to be lying, it looked to me a long, long way in the zone of fire.

  • Pone(Definition of pone)
  • His kettle boiled over into the fire, and immediately the small articles on his pine table were shoved back in confusion to make room for his tea things, his bottle of milk, his corn pone, and his book.