Correct spelling for KENN
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Possible correct spellings for kenn
- keen Once she looked up quickly and studied his eager face, her eyes keen and searching.
- ken Was he ever married, ken ye?
- keno Among the industries of Keno City was a livery-and-sales stable, and Kelley, with intent to punish himself, at once applied for the position of hostler.
- kent The tale is to the effect that, in the year of our Lord, 1100, at the village of Biddenden, in the county of Kent, were born Eliza and Mary Chulkhurst, commonly called "The Biddenden Maids."
- kern Again Kern shuddered, swallowed, and then commanded: "Start along, Arizona."
- penn It is known, moreover, that Penn himself, in 1708, forbade mass to be celebrated in the colony.
- venn It was not because the man was a Walloon who hardly understood German, for Nikolas Rocherath of "Good Hope"-his house having received that name because it could be seen a good distance off in the Venn, it being the largest in the village-was a German, but because he could not understand what the gentleman meant.
- Kenny Kenny looked at Homer Crawford.
- TENN Captain Washburne Maynard, commander of the Nashville, who gained the distinction of making the first capture, is a native of Knoxville, Tenn.
- KENS Sae he had, but it was the sleep 'at kens no waukin-at least no the kin' o' waukin' 'at comes wi' the mornin'!"
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