What is the correct spelling for KNOOWN?
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Correct spellings for KNOOWN
- know This is all I know of the matter. All joys and passions that Mankind may know By you were nobly felt and nobly sung. Because Mankind's heart every day is wrung By Fate's wild hands that twist and tear it so, – In Memory by Joyce Kilmer
- knowing Without knowing it, I was happy. Burning me inside, with the pain of never knowing Can't explain why the rain don't change, it keeps glowing – White Trash Wit Tat-2's by twiztid
- known Think of all the years I haven't known you! There's a clerk and there's a butcher of a soft reposeful tone, And they're all of them returning to the heavens they have known: – The Barrel-Organ by Alfred Noyes
- neon Biceps brachii muscle, a muscle located on the inside of the upper arm Biceps femoris muscle, one of the hamstring muscles of the back of each thigh Biceps (prosody), a point in a metrical pattern BICEPS, an acronym used in treating cases of combat stress reaction: see Combat stress reaction#BICEPS "Biceps" (1941), a Nelson Algren story in The Neon Wilderness
- nohow We was in a sort of hurry and we had to put it down just as we come to it; we didn't have time to pick our ammunition; and it ain't written the best in the world, nohow ."
- nona Therefore it was almost night when Nona left the little hut, old Nika carrying her bag and plodding behind her. The girl felt that she must return to her two American friends to receive their aid and sympathy.
- none He asked none other.
- noon Still, however, before the hour of noon , something of his habitual confidence returned to him.
- Knew And I knew nothing of it!
- Non "Non," said the Mere Cliquelle's husband.
- knows He knows not what he does....
- ANON Ever and anon you would hear the long howl of some lone drunkard that had got lost from the pack.