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Possible correct spellings for knoee
- knee I'm so glad I hurt my knee!
- kneel And thy Father in Heaven to thank for each blessing, I see thee beside me in innocence kneel.
- knob As Ingolf passes the piano, she runs the knob of the whip along the key-board.
- knot He dropped forward on his knees to help her, and together they managed the knot.
- know Do you know Sobuza?
- ne Just then George asked me which direction I intended taking, and remembering H.'s imperative "Go south," we turned sharp and headed for the first bridge across the Marne.
- ne'er However, Kingo could also dwell on the theme of Christ's passion with gripping pathos: Such a night was ne'er before, Even heaven has shut its door; Jesus, Thou our Sun and Light, Now must bear the shame of night.
- nee John married Mrs. Eleanor Colpitts, nee Eleanor Forster, of Amherst, and had four children, George, Ann, William and Eleanor.
- new There's a new boy.
- node This point is known as the node of Ranvier.
- noel " Noel," she said, "you don't think I think so, do you?"
- nome But the sound of a voice coming from what he thought a mere vision was too much for the Nome King's shaken nerves.
- none But he heard none of it.
- nose It is a good nose.
- note We note in Fig.
- now Well, now that I think of it, about all the time.
- Kneed She is not half as mean as I am, George, and she isn't one-tenth as weak-kneed as you.
- Knew I knew he didn't do it.
- Noes On April 12 the House committee reported in favor of striking out all after the enacting clause, thus completely obliterating the bill, which report was accepted by a vote of 50 ayes, 33 noes.
- Nope " Nope-not that way," he muttered grimly, "but with my two hands."
- Nor I am sure he is no friend of mine, nor ever was.
- Noe In February, 1903, Miss Richards and her father exhibited their works in the Noe Galleries.
- NAE When a rapping-storm was at its height in Wisconsin, one of our neighbors, an old Scotchman, remarked, "Thay puir silly medium-bodies may gang to the deil wi' their rappin' speerits, for they dae nae gude, and I think the deil's their fayther."
- KN 535th Troop Carrier Squadron (later 535th Tactical Airlift Squadron): 1 Jan 1967 – 24 Jan 1972 (C-7A Tail Code: KH; call sign Tong) (detached to Tactical Group, Provisional, 6483d, 15 Mar 1969 – 30 Jun 1970) Stationed at Vung Tau Airfield 1 Jan 1967 – 21 Jun 1970 536th Troop Carrier (later Tactical Airlift) Squadron: 1 Jan 1967 – 15 Oct 1971 (C-7A Tail Code: KL; call sign Iris) (detached to Tactical Group, Provisional, 6483d, 15 Mar 1969 – 30 Jun 1970) Stationed at Vung Tau Airfield 1 Jan 1967 - ca 1 Jul 1970 537th Troop Carrier (later Tactical Airlift) Squadron: 1 Jan 1967 – 31 Aug 1971(C-7A Tail Code: KN; Soul) Stationed at Phu Cat Air Base, Viet Nam Royal Australian Air Force, Transport Flight Vietnam / 35 Squadron (DHC-4 call sign: Wallaby) Jul 1964 - Feb 1972 Stationed at Vung Tau Airfield, Viet Nam Support Units 6466th USAF Hospital: ca.
- NEH 31:5, 6; Neh. 10:37, 38; Mal. 3:18; Matt.
- knees Down on your knees, you big fellow!
20 words made from the letters knoee
5 letter words made from knoee:
okene, keeno, eneko.
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