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Correct spellings for KNOW'T

  • knit Richard was of heroic build, but a well-knit, well-shaped hero; in John the arms were too long, the head too small, the brow too narrow.
  • knot One day, when they happened to be from home, he took advantage of the opportunity, went off with her, and the knot was tied.
  • knotty Having thus satisfied our hunger, our thoughts were directed to taking rest, of which we stood in great need; but it was no longer on knotty and rough pieces of timber, that we were going to repose,-it was on the soft sand, which the shore offered to us, warmed as it was by the last rays of the setting sun.
  • know Wadagan said, "I do not know .
  • known They have never known their place, or kept it.
  • net There wasn't enough net profit in it."
  • newt He had exchanged a seat on a box of soap for the cane-bottom chair Newt had been occupying.
  • nit The Bulldogs have appeared in the National Invitation Tournament (NIT) 14 times.
  • nod He stopped up in front of them, giving Phil a careless nod .
  • not Is it not , uncle?"
  • note Then, you pass up a little note to her.
  • now It is going on now .
  • nt Windows NT uses the Computer Browser service to collect and display all computers and other resources on the network.
  • nut We soon came to the tree in question, which, after Jack had closely examined it, we concluded must be the candle-nut tree.
  • Knew Was it the Croce I knew?
  • Nat As to Captain Nat , he was known to be a scrupulously honest, exact man who knew no law outside of his duty.
  • Nowt Why, thou said'st nowt when you came in a bit ago.
  • knots Twenty knots on the surface, and twelve submerged.
  • knows Not as anybody knows of.
  • NWT
  • snot

30 words made from the letters KNOW'T

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