What is the correct spelling for KNIDS?
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Correct spellings for KNIDS
- knit In open air forgetful would I sit Whole hours, with idle arms in moping sorrow knit. – Guilt and Sorrow by William Wordsworth
- needs I snatched their toil to serve my needs -- Too slow their fleetest flew for me -- I tired twenty smoking steeds, And bade them bait a new for me. – The Miracles by Rudyard Kipling
- Knits The articles which she knits are not very fine, and she sells them to any person who will buy them.
- Knights When in the chronicle of wasted time I see descriptions of the fairest wights, And beauty making beautiful old rhyme In praise of ladies dead and lovely knights, – Shakespeare's Sonnet CVI. by Unknown Author
- binds Love it conquers; Love it binds Love it seeks and Love it finds – Different Worlds (Theme From Angie) by Maureen McGovern
- ends And, sooth, if pursuit in possession ends, The Boh and his trackers were best of friends. – The Ballad Of Boh Da Thone by Rudyard Kipling
- finds But gentle Simkin just reception finds Amidst this monument of vanish'd minds: – Mac Flecknoe by John Dryden
- knots She's got them all tied up in knots Makes each producer faint in plots – Don't Say Yes Until I Finish Talking by Unknown Author
- minds While the resistance of opposed Minds , The Fabrick as with Arches stronger binds, – The First Anniversary Of The Government Under O.C. by Andrew Marvell
- winds Ah go; th'art weak, and sleepy. Heav'n Is a plain watch, and without figures winds All ages up; who drew this circle, even He fills it; days and hours are blinds. – The Evening-Watch: A Dialogue by Henry Vaughan
- nits Again, a Dutchman's epitaph for his twin babes: Here lies two babes, dead as two nits , Who shook to death mit ague fits.
- kids Bad kids, bad kids Vanish when you shut your eyelids – Bad Kidz by marina and the diamonds
- hinds Then, gathering her mantle about her, and waving me farewell, she rode off without so much as a glance at the cowardly hinds who had failed her in the hour of her need.
- kinds The rising winds And falling springs, Birds, beasts, all things Adore him in their kinds. – The Morning-Watch by Henry Vaughan
- rinds Fruits with thick rinds , such as oranges, are pricked before being immersed.