Correct spelling for YOW

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Possible correct spellings for yow

  • bow "It is more in the bow than on the side, however.
  • cow I don't suppose it ever saw a cow-do you?
  • how How do you know that, Cherami?
  • low Her voice was low, and she did not look at him.
  • mow I heard 'em talkin' or I heard Monty, up in the hay-mow, just after the Squire wanted him.
  • now Now, will you help me?"
  • pow It was reported that after listening at the usual pow-wow to what the officer commanding the Southern Army, Buller, had to say about the movements of his troops during the day, he expressed his opinions in fairly forcible terms.
  • row What is a row more or less-and least of all, under the circumstances?
  • sow Without this reward each time, the sow would not continue the search.
  • tow My sister makes her living on the tow path, hearing the canal boys swear.
  • vow This was done, and on her return Jephthah did to her according to his vow.
  • wow She watch, watch, all time, and when him wake, an' eat, then him white man come an' mak pow-wow.
  • yaw Yaw; I vill tries.
  • yew Unless by the time I have severed this bone you hand me your sword in submission, my supper will have to be postponed, while I march you to the yew-tree, signal for a boat, and lay you strapped beneath the oarsmen."
  • yob "It was yust sich a easy yob dat in a while his eye 'gun a-wanderin' round to see what else dere is dere besides de cows an' de rest of it.
  • yon But yon groanin' wes a wee thingie discomposin', and when he said, kind o' confidential, 'He's losing his grup,' ma ain fouk cudna keep their coontenance.
  • yowl Crash went Mrs Puss right through the prickly branches of the cedar, and came down with her back across the handle of the birch-broom, which still stuck in the tree, and made her give such an awful yowl, that the birds all came flocking up in time to see Mrs Puss go spattering down the rest of the distance, and then, as a matter of course, she fell upon her feet, and walked painfully away, followed by the jeers of all the birds, who heard the cause of her fall, while she went off spitting and swearing in a most dreadful manner, and looking as though her tail had been turned into a bottle-brush, just at the time her coat was so rough that it would be useful to smooth it.
  • Dow It is almost impossible for me to describe the grandeur of this magnificent chorus and the orchestra and grand organ with Carl Zerrahn directing this multitude of singers and players and Howard Dow at the organ, playing with such a masterful touch.
  • You Vot you vant to order, Mr. Carpenter?
  • Yow The first line, "Of grace," is written opposite the sixth line on page 209, "What will yow?"
  • YO The woman invited the ancestral anito to the feast, saying: "A-ni'-to ad Lo'-ko, su-ma-a-kay'-yo ta-in-mang-mang'-ta-ko ta-ka-ka'-nen si mu'-teg."
  • OW Ow, wha but the laird himsel'?

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