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Possible correct spellings for nawed
- awed She could see all the workings of his face-passion, reverence, above all amazement; and she heard his awed whisper: "Is it you, Gyp?
- bowed Knowlton bowed and shook her hand.
- cowed He was much shaken by the fall, his flesh bruised, his clothes torn, and his spirit cowed; for hunger, weariness, pain, and danger, showed him what a very feeble creature he was, after all.
- naiad Willy Snyders called her a naiad, Ritter a moth.
- named While wondering what this message might mean, down came the real spider she had named Spin Head.
- napped When we had long napped; methought with a gin A fat sheep he trapped, but he made no din.
- need Of course we'll be ready to help if you need us."
- newel The staircase at the extreme left is hand-carved, the newel post being exceedingly plain.
- nosed A young Pathan, fair-complexioned, eagle-nosed, hawk-eyed, stalwart and stately as is the birthright of his mountain race, pushed through the crowd with careless hauteur.
- noted Save for a light axe carried in one hand and a knife in his belt he apparently was unarmed, a fact which Sparrer noted at once with a feeling of relief.
- owed I owed it to him to die; I owed it to Henri to die this way."
- sewed They're in a large pocket which I sewed on the inside of her petticoat.
- thawed It had thawed out and collapsed.
- unwed Abjection" is often used to describe the state of often-marginalized groups, such as women, unwed mothers, people of minority religious faiths, sex workers, convicts, poor and disabled people.
- wed They were to marry, but there were the conventionalities to be observed, and they could not be wed at once.
- Cawed "Here's your number," cawed the black crow, although I never heard of a white one except once, and that was a bad bird who had been whitewashed by a colored painter because he ate up all the corn.
- Gnawed I am gnawed by the tooth of unrest-to what end?
- Hawed Yox, who was not above flattery, hemmed, hawed, and launched out in the following tale.
- Jawed You could never have jawed those mutineers and put them up to getting hold of the arms.
- Lowed Claircy was "Percilly"- (Schoolteacher 'lowed Me and her could act them two Best of all the crowd)- Then-blame ef he didn't Git her Pap, i jing!- To take the part o' "Santy Clause," To wind up the thing.
- Mewed He hasn't mewed for five minutes.
- Nabbed He nabbed the first passer-by and asked him to point out Dr. Fitzhugh.
- Nagged Westby was notoriously lax in that matter and had to be nagged constantly by Collingwood, whom he found some pleasure in teasing.
- Nailed With a frightful noise of hammering, he himself nailed up the window-shutters of the room she was locked in hard and fast, and he left her there and roared across the household that any one holding communication with the prisoner should be shot like a dog.
- Neared She neared the plot of grass, but instead of advancing further, hesitated on its border.
- Pawed The ground became so heated that the bullocks pawed it to get to a cool bottom, every time they stopped to rest.
- Rowed He passed the first ship or two, and then rowed to one with whose captain he was acquainted.
- Towed With the arrival of the new delegates the admirin' semicircle has to break up, and the three of us are towed to the bay window by Vivacious Vivian.
- Vowed Know, too, Sir Knight, that I have vowed to rescue her from you."
- Waned Ruby grew paler as the summer waned; the White Sands school was given up-"her father thought it better that she shouldn't teach till New Year's"-and the fancy work she loved oftener and oftener fell from hands grown too weary for it.
- Snowed Everything was as white with frost as if it had snowed.
- Ned Ned agreed with a sigh.
- Nate The mother called to them to be careful of their clothes, and then replied: Nate, honestly I believe if I had two or three million dollars, and could give every girl in South Harvey a good education-teach her how to cook and keep house and care for babies before she is eighteen, that we could change the whole aspect of South Harvey in a generation.
- Nader As a longtime activist who worked with consumer advocate Ralph Nader to champion various safety and environmental causes, including the mandatory installation of airbags in motor vehicles, Musselman finds great satisfaction in combining his commitment to social justice with his passion for music: "I started [Appleseed] because I had seen a void in music tied to social justice and social change, and also seen people not recording folk songs anymore.
- mowed Leaping and clawing, they mowed down the warriors with their powerful paws, turning for an instant to rend their victims with frightful fangs.
- NEWER Who was so generous as Clara, and would not Clara herself speak out if she knew how much her old lover was prepared to do for this newer lover?
- SWED However, Mark Swed of the Los Angeles Times gave the piece a more positive review, writing, "With Beethoven bits bouncing off the walls, Absolute Jest has all the chugging rhythmic and contrapuntal complexity expected of Adams.
- hewed Wildly, the Martian hewed.
- sawed He was a little fat sawed-off.
- sowed This variety of pea is the only garden vegetable with which we are acquainted that produces more and better fruit for being sowed quite thick.
- nuked bombed, A-bombed, nuked and Japanese: 樹木, translit.
- we'd "Maybe we'd better have another go at him.
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