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  • ak Deferring the demonstration that a number of the natural objects or animals represented in the Egyptian rebus signs, which were merely employed in hieratic script to express the syllables an, am, ar, ak, etc.
  • bank And soon a crowd had gathered upon the bank of the creek, to watch the spot where Mr. Frog had vanished. I coulda had you in the bank Now you lost ya rank – Magic & Bird by DJ Clue
  • beak Its prow was not unlike the beak of an antique galley; its stern, formed of a triangular-shaped piece of oak, fitted in exactly like those of our day. B's for my bottle caps - and B's for my beak! And there's a B on my sweater! I hear that buh sound and my kness grow weak B is such a beautiful letter – There's No Letter Better Than B by dixie chicks
  • dank The instant he drew the stone away, a dank chill assailed them, accompanied by a humid smell, as from a long-closed cellar.
  • gnat "The metal inhabitants of Kygpton employed every invention they knew to accomplish an engineering miracle that makes your bridges and mines seem but the puny efforts of a gnat.
  • gnaw And when all his companions let themselves die of hunger for love of one another, had not he with his down-trodden heels continued to gnaw the bitter bark of the trees?
  • hank "That would look good to me," grunted Hank.
  • ink "Yes, I want it, dear, when we go downstairs and can get some ink.
  • kick I gave him a kick and told him to get up and follow me.
  • kink I think you have put a kink in your back.
  • kirk "Well, Kirk," said he.
  • knack Allie had the knack of silence, blessed attribute in man or woman, and to Gray's surprise he found that her mere presence was comforting.
  • knave He would far rather be called a fool, than found out to be a knave and an accomplice.
  • knead In the mean time, beat the butter to a cream, and make the milk warm; and when the dough has risen, mix with it thoroughly all the above ingredients, and knead the cake well for a few minutes.
  • knee Curse him, I'll break him across my knee.
  • knit Thinking this as favorable a time as she would have, she drew from her capacious pocket an old knit purse, and commenced counting out its contents, piece by piece.
  • knob She could only watch with fascinated eyes the brown fingers that gripped the door-knob.
  • knock Why didn't you knock at the door and ask to have something, and I would gladly give it to you?"
  • knot This artificial matter of yours seems also a sort of knot, for you make all three fields, combine them, and have the matter, but not, very apparently, like normal matter.
  • know You know who he is?"
  • knox Now, Mr. Knox, what about you?
  • kook
  • lank
  • leak
  • na
  • nab
  • nag
  • nan
  • nanak
  • nap
  • nark
  • nay
  • oak
  • peak
  • rank
  • snack
  • snag
  • snake
  • snaky
  • sneak
  • soak
  • tank
  • teak
  • weak
  • yak
  • yank
  • Kan "Tell the truth, and shame the Devil;" i kno lots ov people who kan shame the devil eazy enuff, but the tother thing bothers them.
  • Keck Among the contiguous CGU, Keck Graduate Institute of Applied Life Sciences, and undergraduate colleges (Pomona, Claremont McKenna, Harvey Mudd, Scripps, and Pitzer), academic collaboration is highly valued.
  • Knew
  • Nam
  • Nat
  • Sank
  • koan
  • Kane What a good sort he is, Kane; a real character.
  • Kano The great Kano drew numbed pheasants huddled together on the snow-covered bough of a pine; or a peacock in his pride spreading his tail to delight his womenfolk; or a riot of chrysanthemums poured out of a vase; or the figures of toilworn countryfolk coming home from market; or a hunting scene at the foot of Fujiyama.
  • Kay On they went quicker and quicker into the next street; and the person who drove turned round to Kay, and nodded to him in a friendly manner, just as if they knew each other.
  • Kia In the 2008 TÜV report, 1st generation (1999–2005) of Kia Carnival placed 116th out of 116 in the same category, with a defect rate of 19.
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  • NAE
  • NAH
  • KN
  • SNARK
  • Knapp
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