How to spell YONE correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell yone correctly

  • bone He finished the soup and began at the bone.
  • cone Its top is a sharp cone, surrounded by rocky shoulders, that rise from a mass of snow.
  • done How well you have done!
  • gone He is gone to the banker's?
  • hone R. Lewis, Hone, Gunn, Joseph Archer, Henty, P. Roberts, Wooley, and Pitcairn.
  • lone In the huge traveling coach, with a greyhound at his feet, sat one lone man.
  • none If they are-but you needn't to worry none.
  • one 13,113. Was John Mouat one of them?
  • pone Go in the kitchen an' spread a clean tablecloth, an' git out that 'tater pone, an' a pitcher o' that las' kag o' persimmon beer, an' let John take a bite an' a sip.
  • tone This journal was of unpretentious appearance, and its editorial tone was modest to a degree.
  • yoke The train consisted of fourteen wagons, a driver for each, forty yoke of oxen, one yoke of cows and one pony with a Mexican saddle and a rawhide lariat thirty feet long, with an iron pin at the end to stick in the ground to secure the animal.
  • yon Ye'll hae to tak' care o' yon lassie o' yours, Perowne, or she'll get us into sad meeschief."
  • yore While we all was settin' thar Pete Hepworth come in at the front, an' while he was on his way to us Alf said: 'You fellers hold yore tongues.
  • zone It was only a few steps from the great north and south thoroughfare and within the woman's zone.
  • Yong The Romaines for none other cause had ordained, that the yong men should exercise them selves in Campus Martius, then onely, for that havyng Tiber at hande, thei might, beyng weried with the exercise on lande, refreshe theim selves in the water, and partly in swimmyng, to exercise them selves.

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