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  • kit She said last night she would poison my kit to-day.
  • kitty "It was something I know you'd far rather I told you-it was something about poor Kitty," Evie went awkwardly on.
  • knight A feeling came across Sintram that he must already have seen this knight somewhere; and he stood motionless for a few moments.
  • knit The King made no movement, but rested heavily in his chair, with his hat forward, his elbows on the arms of his chair and his fingers knit beneath his chin.
  • knitted He held his finger to his lips and knitted his eyebrows.
  • knitter "Of taking revenge," struck in the knitter-"revenge for the misery which my family has suffered from the tyrants."
  • knot His handkerchief, red cotton, is loosely knotted about the cowboy's neck, knot to the rear.
  • knotty In the course of an animated conversation which followed, some knotty art question arose and led to a lively discussion.
  • natty This one looked the part all right, with his slim clothes and his natty cloth hat and the thin gold cigarette case held gracefully open.
  • net Crown 8vo, $1.25 net.
  • night O it was a wonderful night.
  • nit It finished with a record of 13-7 – the most successful team of Jeannette's four-year tenure as head coach – and became the first Georgetown mens basketball team ever to be invited to the National Invitation Tournament (NIT), losing to Louisville in the first round of the 1953 NIT.
  • niter Smoldering hemp or other material treated with niter and other substances was an early form of match used especially for discharging firearms.
  • not Why not keep on?
  • nt Katherine, NT (Furthest air raid into the Australian interior – over 200 km from the coast).
  • nut How's the old nut feel anyway, Sparrer?"
  • nutty He tells me his biography and about how this here blond guy has been roughing him all over Europe and Asia, and how it had got to stop right here, because a man has a right to live his own life, after all; and then he branches off in a nutty way to tell me that he always takes a cold shower every morning, winter and summer, and he never could read a line of Sir Walter Scott, and why don't some genius invent a fountain pen that will work at all times?
  • snit
  • unit
  • Knits So the metaphor expresses the thought that love knits into a harmonious whole, the graces which without it would be fragmentary and incomplete.
  • Nat Tavia, seeing his predicament, promptly found the broom and began such a vigorous scraping of the muddy clothes that Nat backed down to a bench and fell over it.
  • Nita Nita was your mother."
  • nits Here lies my twins as dead as nits One died of fever the other of fits.
  • NWT

10 words made from the letters knitt

3 letter words made from knitt:

kin, kit, ink, tin, tit, nit, tnt.

4 letter words made from knitt:

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