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  • anoint There are certain religious persons among them called Tangui, who live with great austerity, going altogether naked; their principal worship is addressed to cows, of which they wear a small brass image on their foreheads, and they make an ointment of ox bones, with which they anoint themselves very devoutly.
  • bond She sent Cytherea back to the hotel in a cab, then turned round by Piccadilly into Bond Street, and proceeded to the rooms of the Institute.
  • bound 4. Celestial bound; i.
  • downed Once he was alone, Cade made himself a wakeup coffee and downed most of it on the spot.
  • fond The fellow had the impudence to ask me not to read, as he was very fond of talking, but henceforth he talked only to himself.
  • found Bellingham could not have found her in his world that hour....
  • gowned It was delivered by a round-faced, rosy-checked, gingham-gowned picture of health, whose apron-strings barely met around the middle-for Frau Hummel brought it herself-after having first milked the cows with her own hands and wielded the churning-stick with her own stout German arms.
  • hound A white, yellow-spotted hound came wagging his tail.
  • kind And I am glad to tell you before anybody else because you have been so kind to me always.
  • knead Divide it into eight or ten pieces, and knead each piece separately.
  • knot The strain upon the knot was too severe, and suddenly the young tree flew up and stood erect but quivering, with his handkerchief fluttering in its top as a symbol of defeat.
  • knotted Here she groped till she brought up a crucifix, and a scourge of knotted cords.
  • knotty So long as I've a pair of good fresh legs to stride on, Enough for me this knotty staff.
  • known If I'd known where to write you, I should have let you know!
  • mound The next morning we traced them to a spot at a considerable distance, where we came upon a mound of earth between two or three feet high, and nearly eleven yards in circumference.
  • neon When my back was turned to the few neon signs that were still shining, and the intermittent flash of headlights, it was as though I were alone in a cold, windy world of pressing, almost tangible darkness.
  • nod With a kindly nod he dismissed Ned, who was so affected by the kindness of manner of the prince that he could only murmur a word or two of thanks and assurance of devotion.
  • node Poor Node imagined that his secret was out and that all knew of his dismal failure.
  • nomad They are by compulsion nomad, and for ever wandering; they strike no root; their pride is in mere expansion; they must colonise or fail; nor does any man die for a city.
  • nona Nona Davis exclaimed, staring out of the window of their Red Cross automobile, as their car drove through one of the small towns not far from the larger city.
  • none I'll have none of that!
  • noon She then left me, and after making a good fire she went to her room, and I remained on the sofa and slept till noon.
  • noonday Bryce ate his noonday meal in more leisurely fashion and at its conclusion stepped into the kitchen.
  • nosed The men were fierce-eyed and hook-nosed; the young women well-shaped and pleasant to behold; the older women for the most part stout and somewhat unwieldy, and the children very beautiful.
  • not Would it not be dishonorable?
  • noted The Prince noted them approvingly.
  • noun 2. It should have been-"Virtue is a common noun, personified proper, of the second person, singular number, feminine gender, and nominative case."
  • owned Woman-never yet have I owned any whiskey."
  • pond There's only myself living in this pond.
  • pound I'm sure he's had nearly a pound out of me, that I didn't owe him.
  • renowned Pages walked beside the horses, waving banners and shields with "Visit Currie's World- Renowned Circus" painted on them.
  • round Look round town-so rich as 'tis.
  • snood
  • sound
  • wand
  • wend
  • wind
  • wont
  • wound
  • Donned She groped in the darkness for her cloak, found it, and donned it over her night-gear.
  • Gnawed Suddenly hunger rose up from nowhere and gripped me by the throat, gnawed me all over like a bone, then shook me until I was limp and unresisting.
  • Kenned LIV "Ah, let our faults and follies here take end, And let our errors past you satisfy, And in this angle of the world ypend, Let both the fame and shame thereof now die, From all the earth where I am known and kenned, I wish this fact should still concealed lie: Nor yet in following me, poor knight, disgrace Your worth, your beauty, and your princely race.
  • Kneed I descended the sloping hill with my lounging, weak-kneed gait, at which the creatures who called me master had so often looked contemptuously askance.
  • Knifed Yes, I have been knifed deep.
  • Knocked At the woman's door I knocked.
  • Knotting He would certainly have made a great fuss about their borrowing his ropes without leave, and knotting them all over.
  • Noddy "I guess you'd be cross if you had the tumble I did to-day," growled Noddy.
  • Non Having come to this conclusion, he began to feel uneasy at Alfred's non-appearance.
  • Noting Dat is noting, nobody never pays; but he bought a pair of boots, and called himself Lord Cornvallis.
  • Nowt Didn't he say nowt about the row?
  • Won't
  • Conned I conned over the thought, said Randall, but there was no way of living.
  • Ned "But, Ned, why this outbreak?
  • Normand Brabazon may refer to: Baron Brabazon of Tara Chambre Brabazon, 5th Earl of Meath Derek Moore-Brabazon, 2nd Baron Brabazon of Tara Francis Brabazon (1907–1984) Australian poet and a member of Meher Babas mandali Gerald Hugh Brabazon Hercules Brabazon Brabazon Ivon Moore-Brabazon, 3rd Baron Brabazon of Tara James Brabazon John Moore-Brabazon, 1st Baron Brabazon of Tara John Ponsonby, 5th Earl of Bessborough Major Brabazon-Plank Reginald Brabazon, 12th Earl of Meath Reginald Le Normand Brabazon, 13th Earl of Meath Sir Roger Brabazon, Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales (1296-1316) Ryan Brabazon Tara Brabazon Peter Glenville (born Peter Patrick Brabazon Browne)
  • NWT Prior to the division of the NWT and the creation of Nunavut in 1999, there were five census divisions.
  • NORAD Canada's NORAD bunker at CFB North Bay with a SAGE AN/FSQ-7 Combat Direction Central computer was constructed from 1959 to 1963, and each of the USAFs eight smaller AN/FSQ-8 Combat Control Central systems provided NORAD with data and could command the entire United States air defense.
  • nouns Just as they treated other verbs and nouns, when they wished to bolster their theological idea.
  • tenoned

18 words made from the letters knownd

3 letter words made from knownd:

nnw, nod, don, own, wok, now, won.

4 letter words made from knownd:

down, donk, wonk, nown, kwod, kown, kwon, kond, know.

5 letter words made from knownd:

known, knnow.

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