How to spell KNOTES correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell knotes correctly

  • knot It is the last thread, the last knot needed, before we can complete the net in which we are to hold that tyrant?
  • knotted "So I can," he said, and knotted the reins to the fallen trunk.
  • knotty Here, however, this variety presented the same knotty head, where other grasses grew luxuriantly.
  • note I'll write a note to him now.
  • noted In an hour's time he repassed the place, and there was the dead horse lying solitary on the side of the street; but he noted with a curious gladness that some hand had covered it reverently with a horse-cloth.
  • noyes She knew he had gone to Noyes about the bridge.
  • nuts Ten varieties of nuts were represented by pictures or objects and little slips of paper and pencil were distributed for recording guesses.
  • Antes I ante at the casino.
  • Knits
  • Noes You have to be careful with the water, it's very dirty.
  • Knowles Joan knew Kenneth Knowles was a criminal.
  • Anodes The anodes are the metal rods within the battery that are charged.
  • Noses
  • nods
  • notes She took notes during the meeting.
  • nets I spent all my cash on nets.
  • unites People throughout the world unite to celebrate the birth of a new century.
  • knots I tied a knot in the rope to keep it from becoming untied.
  • denotes The word "denotes" is used to describe something that clearly indicates or points to something else.
  • gnats I swat at the gnats flying around me.
  • nits It's time to get the nits out of their hair.
  • knobs
  • keynotes She gave keynote speeches at the conference.
  • knows I know you're mad at me, but I really don't deserve it.
  • NODES The nodes are the key to the network.
  • COTES I didn't know what cotes were, but now I'm intrigued.
  • DOTES I have to wear my DOTES all the time.
  • KITES I always enjoy going to the mall with my girlfriends and going shopping for new kites.
  • MOTES The mites are hitchhiking on the dust particles.
  • TOTES I TOTES need a beer.
  • knees She bent her knees and sank her teeth into his Achilles tendon.
  • nudes In the current climate, much nudity is displayed in art.
  • knitters Knitters are people who knit.

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