Correct spelling for NWGHT

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Possible correct spellings for nwght

  • knight Hold thy hand, fair knight, and tell me thy name."
  • naught But Pharaoh had seen naught.
  • neat A very neat piece of work!
  • net No matter, then, who paid; no matter who poured; no matter about anything, if only her net took in all the different people she wanted to catch.
  • newt Like every handsome, bold boy or young man, for he was fully eighteen, and seemed much older, Abel Newt had plenty of allies at school-they could hardly be called friends.
  • nigh "It's nigh twenty-five years since the old doctor went off," said Miss Sophonisba.
  • night I have never seen them before to-night.
  • nightie Half asleep, but ever reluctant, we will trudge stumblingly to the little room with its deep feather bed, and get into our red-flannel nightie.
  • nit It was a pitiful letter telling of poverty bitter and grinding, but redeemed from utter misery by a love and faith that shone from every line: My dearest polly i am glad you like your plice and your misses is so kind as wot you si, yur letters are my kumfit di an nit.
  • not Why does he not answer the pell?
  • nought Ursula and I had long been at war, but to-day I felt nought but compassion for her: and indeed, on this very day, when she believed she had won the victory, she more needed pity than when she had so besought Heaven to grant her Herdegen's love, inasmuch as my brother sat whispering to Ann with his hand on his heart.
  • nt S Co s S u nt e u b ra i b a di r a l ct o l t ct o t e di r e r ra i r n nt e n s Co s s
  • nut By using power of the betel-nut he is enabled to cross the water on the backs of sleeping crocodiles.
  • wight The Isle of Wight, as a whole, did not strike me as being either particularly fertile or particularly beautiful, while it contains certain spots that are eminently both.
  • Nat We had left Nat under the charge of the landlady, and engaged a boat to carry us round to visit these interesting ruins.
  • Nowt There's nowt of good in it for us, he added, with a momentary and vigorous return into his own vernacular.
  • nights This was one of the most sorrowful nights that I ever remember.
  • NWT Although Bell Canada entered the Northwest Territories (NWT) with an exchange at Iqaluit (then known as Frobisher Bay, in the territory now known as Nunavut) in 1958, Canadian National Telecommunications, a subsidiary of Canadian National Railways (CNR), provided most of the telephone service in Canadas northern territories (specifically, Yukon, northern BC and the western NWT).
  • NEUT his, A 47, 50, &c.; neut.
  • naughty Dear me, but that is very naughty!

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