What is the correct spelling for KNOWL?

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Correct spellings for KNOWL

  • bowl And please make sure that bowl of broth is ready and waiting."
  • cowl But in secret Audrey felt just as relieved as Miss Ingate, despite the fact that, her mother being prostrate, she was the mistress of the situation, and could have ordered Mr. Cowl to leave, with the certainty of being obeyed.
  • fowl There was, he said, a few miles off, a large shallow lagoon, near which they were assembled for the purpose of fishing and catching the wild fowl which frequented it; and that we should thus have an opportunity of seeing the way in which they engaged in those pursuits.
  • howl That seemed to raise Chub's spirits some; it did him good, he declared, to howl .
  • jowl In spite of all that he could do to prevent it, his gaze went furtively to Murray's rubicund jowl , and then shifted to the rapt, eager face of his young mistress.
  • kneel Kneel down, Briar, so that the light from the candle falls full on your face.
  • knell The failure of this daring expedition was the death-knell of the revolt.
  • knob The Baron laughed and held the knob of his riding-whip to his mouth; then he said, "Good-morning," gave his horse the spur, and rode on.
  • knoll When we reached the knoll , not a man was to be seen on his feet, but three lay dead or dying among the rocks.
  • knot He bound his curling hair in a knot , The Lord of lovers dressed like a girl!
  • know You know what I am?
  • known I might have known ...."
  • kohl True,-her long eyelashes were not altogether innocent of "kohl,"-true, there was a faint odor about her as of rare perfumes and cosmetics,-true, there was something not altogether sincere or natural even in her ravishing smile and fascinating ways-but few, save cynics, could reasonably dispute her physical perfections, or question the right she had to tempt and arouse the passions of men, or to trample underfoot?
  • nail No, the Zulu is the hardest nail going at a deal.
  • newly Mr. Lambert talked of building a new wing for the newly married couple.
  • nil Moreover, however imperfect our defence against tuberculosis may still be, it is by no means nil ; great progress has been made; the mortality has decreased in a considerable proportion.
  • noel "I hope you won't be dead, Noel ," she said, in the careful tone of one not wishing to be taken too seriously.
  • now "Now you have who?
  • null There's a line-there's a line, Sir, that will make null and void, very soon, if not on the instant, all the evil of these golden promises.
  • owl It was this silence which scared an officer of the Cheshires, who had led his men away forward to capture a body of Germans trying to escape from Despagne Farm, right out in the blue this side of Owl Trench, which was the next position to be attacked, after our guns had dealt with it.
  • yowl Hardly had the frying bacon started its sizzling prelude than there came a joyous yowl at the door, and as it was opened an enormous tiger-striped tomcat bounded into the kitchen.
  • Knew He knew it all.
  • Knurl
  • Neal
  • Nowt Every now and again Bainton glanced up at the 'Passon's' face and murmured under his breath,-'Blue's the colour-there ain't nowt to beat it!
  • Neil It?s my scene to steal I?m better than neil – Better Than Neil by Unknown Author
  • Nola The troops on both sides then began to be drawn up; the Romans before the walls of Nola , the Carthaginians before their own camp.
  • Knowles Knowles had lunched at Dene, but was not to accompany them.
  • Nell At night I lay drunk in some hallway and dream about high bars and Nell I see her white form coming at me I miss her and let out a yell. – First Nighters by Hank Snow
  • knows Everybody knows it, then? The dear only knows What will next prove a rose. – Rose Family, The by Robert Lee Frost
  • knolls It lies circling a great lake, blue as the summer skies, its waters forever rippled by the winds of the west which sing in the grassy vales and over the rounded knolls that stud the region,-a land of waving trees, of high coolness, or rich valleys thick with rank grasses and abounding with the pelt animals.
  • un-manning
  • un-mans

15 words made from the letters KNOWL