How to spell ANNOW correctly?
If you meant "annow" instead of another word, here are some possible correct suggestions. If you're referring to a person named Anna, then "Anna" would be the correct spelling. If you intended to write "allow", then that would be the accurate word. Another possibility could be "annoy", but this depends on the context.
List of suggestions on how to spell annow correctly
- anew She felt anew the excitement of the moment.
- anion The anion on the right is larger.
- Ann Ann is my friend and we enjoy spending time together.
- annam I bought an annam at the market.
- Anne Anne is reading a novel by Jane Austen.
- Annie I met Annie at the library.
- annoy The teacher's constant nagging was really starting to annoy me.
- annul The couple decided to annul their marriage after only two weeks of being together.
- ANON I will send the email to you anon.
- anyhow I didn't understand his explanation, but I agreed to it anyhow.
- arno The car was a complete write off and the ARNO was covered in oil.
- endow The wealthy businessman announced his plan to endow a new scholarship for minority students at the local university.
- know I know that the Earth revolves around the sun.
- minnow I caught a minnow because I wanted to eat it.
- now She is now the new sheriff.
- snow There was so much snow on the ground that it reached up to my knees.
- winnow I need to winnow through all these resumes in order to find the right candidate for the job.
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