How to spell NEWWE correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell newwe correctly

  • ewe I'll be there with him at nine o'clock, with a halter round his old ewe neck."
  • ewer Mr. Ewer presently arrived; his bail was accepted, and I and my friends returned home.
  • knee I injured my knee in the fall.
  • ne The new employee seems nervous.
  • ne'er
  • nee Can you spell that for me, please?
  • need
  • nephew I have a nephew who is almost two years old.
  • nerve My guitar strings feel a little too tight and they're screwing up my neck, must've been those nerve inducing shows last
  • new She's buying a new dress for the party.
  • newel We climbed the newel post to reach the top.
  • newly Bob just bought a brand new car.
  • news In the news today, President Obama delivered his State of the Union Address.
  • newsy Tuesday's top news: a newsy report about a scandal in the executive branch.
  • newt I found a newt near the water's edge.
  • now She needs to get dressed now if she wants to make it to the party on time.
  • nw I always get the bus to the city center, it's much cheaper and faster than taking the train.
  • pewee
  • twee She prefers the company of her two sisters over boys.
  • wee I have a wee bit of cream in my pod.
  • woe I feel so wretched about my grades.
  • We I would like to thank everyone who contributed to the event. We had a great time.
  • Knew
  • Noway Don't worry; it'll never happen.
  • newbie I'm a newbie when it comes to gaming.
  • Noe
  • NAE I am not aware of what you are talking about.
  • WWI The First World War was a devastating conflict that killed more than 50 million people.
  • NEWER The newest movie release is newer than the last movie release.
  • NEH Ohio is NEH-ih-duh

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