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Correct spellings for KNOTE

  • ante They were ante -Keltic aborigines, whom a Keltic migration annihilated and superseded.
  • denote 1648 and 1649, for example, are two tools, W representing the work, and A the points off which the respective tools will spring in consequence of the pressure; hence the respective arrows denote the direction of the tool spring.
  • keynote Brentano strikes on the whole the most practical keynote , both in his conception of what the social question is and of how it is to be met.
  • knee She sat down and rested it on her knee , with her hand over the top.
  • knit Organization and good leadership alone were needed to transform these ardent masses into the most formidable soldiery; and the brilliant military prospects now opened up certainly knit Buonaparte's feelings more closely with the cause of France.
  • knitter 1608. Are you a knitter in Lerwick?
  • knot "There's a knot there the size of a golf ball, but I don't think anything's broken," he said.
  • knotted They usually wear white clothes, and if a man has a cloth on the upper part of the body it should be folded over the shoulders and knotted at the neck.
  • knotty Rough weapons they were, cut from boughs of scrub-oak, knotty and tough as horn.
  • know You don't know about Mrs. Durgin?
  • monte Monte Bolca, fossil fish of.
  • net Now and then a very pretty notion would fall to her net , and often a silly one; but all were equally game to her.
  • nit
  • niter
  • nod
  • node
  • not
  • note
  • noted
  • nt
  • nut
  • Kneed The broken-kneed horses sway to and fro beneath their unwieldy load, and the drivers, clad in their heavy sheepskin jackets, crouch sleepily beneath the clumsy, hide-bound framework, placed so as to shelter them from the chill Tramontana blasts.
  • Nat
  • Nowt
  • Nate
  • Noe
  • notes
  • knots "She is travelling at eight or nine knots an hour, and she is evidently bound for port.
  • NWT
  • knottier
  • snot

32 words made from the letters KNOTE

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