Correct spelling for KNOWQ
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Possible correct spellings for knowq
- knack Edmund had a wholesome awe of clever women, especially if they had a knack of humor, and was very much afraid of them.
- knob But no sooner did he lay hold of the drawer knob than he set a large bell ringing, which was concealed under the table.
- knock There was a knock, and then the door opened softly.
- knoll When he came out on the pine knoll at the close of the service many persons went up to him; but before he had time to speak to a soul Sexton Blackie stepped up and asked him to come along into the vestry.
- knot She slid herself from the lounge, and ran to the glass, where she put up a coil of hair in the knot it had escaped from.
- know I didn't know what to do.
- known The place was known long ago, then.
- knox If Knox could have understood that, he would not have been Knox.
- nook There is not a broad prospect or a pleasant nook within a ten-hours' ride, that we have not visited in company.
- now "There, now-didn't I tell you?
- Knew Well, you knew him."
- Nowt I mind when the Squire, your father, sir, gave up this corner one day to Lord Wendermere, whom folks called one of the finest pheasant shots in England, and though they streamed over his head like starlings, he'd nowt but a few cripples to show for his morning's work.
- knows 8. There isn't no one here who knows it.
8 words made from the letters knowq
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