Correct spelling for CANNOL
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Possible correct spellings for cannol
- annul And even without this King John had already armed, to annul by force of arms all that he had promised.
- canal "I'll tell you all about the northern coast and John o' Groat's House; and you shall give me an account of the canal, though I don't envy you," shouted Jack, as we parted.
- cancel And it was also well known to her that it was the accumulation of very careful savings, designed, when the sum reached one hundred dollars, to cancel a loan made by a friend, at a time when sickness and a death in the family had run up their yearly expenses beyond the year's income.
- cannily He intimated cannily that while he might be taken on he might not be told when to get off, adding that he might be discharged if he fell for anything of that sort.
- cannon On a cannon being fired, the Abyssinians, excited by the prospect of a large booty, rushed down the hill.
- canny They're not canny after all; and my master and me have always been used to work, and we've sons and daughters to help us, and that's better than meddling with the Fairies, to my mind.
- canoe Had the phantom canoe returned?
- canon "The Reverend Canon Lascelles was a very well-known man.
- canto -The concluding lines of the introduction to canto iii of Amours de Voyage.
- carnal How much worldliness, how much ambition among men, how much seeking for the honor that comes from man-all the fruit of the carnal life-to be found in the midst of Christian activity!
- carol With great presence of mind, Carol fell flat upon the cow's neck, and hung on for dear life, while Lark, in terror, started out in pursuit.
- channel Going on a short distance we came upon a dry water-channel, at which we found a deep native well with bitter water in it.
- connolly Mr. Connolly, stout and white-haired, bade him welcome in a voice which owned more than a touch of Tipperary brogue.
- Cannot I cannot tell where.
- canola The oil made from the seed is sometimes also called canola or colza, which is one reason why it is sometimes confused with rapeseed oil, but this comes from a different Brassica species (Brassica napus).
31 words made from the letters cannol
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