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  • boned As it was, he had bargained for the services of a big-jointed, long-boned lad, and found himself possessed of a man.
  • bound Because you are bound to suffer in this life.
  • corned They used to meet for dinner-dinner consisting of corned beef and potatoes until the corned beef ran out; then it became potatoes and bread and jam for some days, until Joe amazed them by saddling an ancient grey mare and riding into Cunjee, returning with more corned beef-and more jam.
  • count Count Guido was of course not satisfied.
  • counter Very soon counter-attacks developed from the south out of Inverness Copse, and from the north.
  • found 14,107. I have found, however, that it was in 1868. What do you think the price was at that time?
  • gonad Like other species of sparid fish, the surf bream have a gonad termed the ovotestis that is made up of ovarian tissue dorsally and testicular tissue ventrally, separated by connective tissue.
  • gounod Something of the same spirit may be discerned in the musical personality of another great artist, and both Liszt and Gounod exhibit in their widely different works the dual ascendancy of divine and human love.
  • gowned She indicated the gowned Wilbur, who would then have gone joyously to his reward, even as had Jonas Whipple.
  • hound He was, in other respects, as inquisitive as a nightingale, as greedy as a hound, and as garrulous as all diplomatists who talk incessantly and betray no secrets.
  • jaunt "You needn't," said Hallin, with a smile; "in fact, don't; I shall have my jaunt."
  • jocund
  • joined
  • joiner
  • jointed
  • jones
  • jounce
  • journey
  • june
  • junked
  • junta
  • mound
  • owned
  • pound
  • round
  • sound
  • toned
  • tuned
  • wound
  • Caned Caned work was used for seats and was varied by coverings of needlework, morocco, striped and variegated horsehair, damasks, and fine printed silks.
  • Honed Earlier albums featured a more experimental sound and improvisational aspect to them, whereas Beard, Wives, Denim honed in on more typical rock music structure, albeit with mid-song jams remaining intact.
  • Jaunted
  • Joked
  • Jounced
  • Joyed
  • Mourned
  • Zoned
  • Coined We know that they were not coined by Burns the genius, but repeated from the mouths of plain men and women by Burns the reporter.
  • Conned This note was read, re-perused, and for the third time conned, ere Alida ventured to raise her eyes to the face of the expectant young man.
  • Counted He thought over it all when he lay down to sleep, and before going to sleep he counted the corners of the room so as to be sure and remember his dreams.
  • Joyner
  • Janet I want to speak to you-please, Janet.
  • ConEd In yet another form the inner face of the pulley rim is coned, and in place of shoes a disk, whose circumference is coned to fit the pulley rim, is fast upon the shaft.
  • Junes
  • gunned Charlie Fischer, still munching a sandwich, hurried into the hangar, signed the gas and oil record book, climbed into his cockpit and gunned the motors.
  • joint

55 words made from the letters jouned

4 letter words made from jouned:

eudo, doje, juno, jeou, duen, jund, joun, djue, ueno, joue, edun, done, endo, judo, jeon, undo, oude, jude, june, dune, node, udon, oned, duje, ouen, doun, donu, ndou, nude, uden, dejo.

5 letter words made from jouned:

donje, dejun, unode, unedo, junod, juden, ouden, doune, douen.

3 letter words made from jouned:

den, nod, don, ode, due, end, edo, neo, oed, one, eon, doe, dun, jnd, duo.

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