Correct spelling for CONNS
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Possible correct spellings for conns
- cannes You did at Cannes.
- cns The cranial nerves are considered components of the peripheral nervous system (PNS), although on a structural level the olfactory (I), optic (II), and trigeminal (V) nerves are more accurately considered part of the central nervous system (CNS).
- conn No. 27. Born in Greenwich, Conn.
- connors "Not much-in the calf," grunted Mr. Connors.
- Canes He soaked his canes for a long time in warm water, and bent the tops round for a handle, and then ornamented them with his penknife, and made them really very pretty.
- Coins He went on turning over the coins.
- Corns Say, just because you've got corns on your palms as big as pancakes, you needn't think you're the only human that ever pulled an oar.
- cans Making a circuit to avoid meeting the woman again, he skirted the back yards, stumbling over tin cans and debris in his progress.
- cons That morning I had staked my last and lost it. However, as I weighed the pros and cons with a whimsical deliberation I was taken with a fortunate expedient.
- cones The snowy pyramids of dog-wood bloom had faded, but the tulip trees were tall cones of rustling green, lighted with millions of orange-colored stars, and all the underwood beneath the hemlock-forests by the courses of streams, was rosy with laurels and azaleas.
- CAINS The play is based on Cains own family.
8 words made from the letters conns
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