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  • anoint In Japan and among the poor of India it serves as a food; in the latter country it is also very commonly used as a cosmetic, perfumed with various essences and used to anoint the hair and the body after the bath.
  • bond His word is as good as his bond .
  • bound Why, Peter Junior, he is bound up in you.
  • downed A fake kick gave the ball to the right half and that youth reeled off four yards before he was downed .
  • fond We are both very fond of you.
  • found I hope my mother will never be found .
  • gowned Behind him stood his night-gowned wife, her pretty face pale with alarm.
  • hound The poor hound is shut up in my rooms.
  • kind But I'm not in the way of that kind of thing any more."
  • knead When light, knead , shape, and put to rise for a third time.
  • knot The head should be raised to the level of the back before the final knot is tied, so as to render it too serious and painful a matter for her to repeat the first attempt she makes to lower it.
  • knotted Glenning's knotted fists were writhing under his folded arms.
  • knotty Jack had not rode past a mile before he came in sight of the cave's mouth, at the entrance of which he beheld the other giant sitting upon a huge block of timber, with a knotty iron club by his side, waiting for his brother's return with his cruel prey.
  • known She might have known it.
  • mound His captors had taken him from his saddle and propped him against a mound of rocks, along with the other prisoners.
  • neon For a moment he watched neon signs blink.
  • nod With a proud little nod of her head, Marjorie climbed the steps of the car which had now stopped at their corner, without giving her friend an opportunity for reply.
  • node It has already been shown that in the case of such an earthed aerial, when electrical oscillations are set up in it, there is a potential node at the earth and a potential anti-node or loop at the summit, if it is vibrating in its fundamental manner; also, there is a node of current at the summit of the aerial and an anti-node at the base.
  • nomad You still find these camped by our roadsides now and then, with nomad families in them; and evidently one of these families had been so ill advised as to come to town for the convention.
  • nona Nona walked on quickly and with a speed and careless grace that covered the ground without apparent effort.
  • none Oh, well, no doubt I do a great many things which none of the other girls do, so I might as well do this.
  • noon They were both very tired, and it was almost noon when they woke.
  • noonday "I am afraid we shall be too late for a noonday meal if we go back," said Mrs. Conway.
  • nosed Of the three girls, she was the plain one, a little red-haired, snub-nosed thing, with some resemblance to Pansy, and a heart of gold.
  • not No-he could not tell now, at once, what he had come to tell her.
  • noted If so, neither he nor his Eskimos have noted it.
  • noun Is a singular or plural noun demanded by every?
  • owned Why, it was a great big old Rabbit with a very short temper, who, because he had lived there for a long time, felt that he owned the Old Pasture and that Peter had no right there.
  • pond When I found the place they had a pond a mile wide to play in.
  • pound What can the army expect at fippence a pound ?
  • renowned I maintained that it was not in any way surprising if the Italians, in spite of all their pathos and passion, could not equal the dramatic literature of Greece, England, and Germany; nor does it stand higher in France and Spain, formerly so renowned for dramatic glory.
  • round "Yes," he said, looking round .
  • snood Another maiden, the wind tossing her long chestnut-locks, uncovered, but tied with the Scottish snood , sat on the battlement, gazing far out over the waters, with eyes of the same tint as the hair.
  • sound It was a wonderful sound .
  • wand So she stroked them softly with her wand , saying to each, "Human heart, and human form, come out of the grey heron!"
  • wend Is it to the fashionable Bellevue that the nobility and the elect wend their way when they come to town?
  • wind But the wind heard them and laughed.
  • wont After dinner it was his wont to lean forward with both elbows on the table and his mouth slightly open.
  • wound Then there was a whip-like sound and Jack felt himself struck by something which quickly wound itself about one arm and a part of his body and swiftly pulled him out of the boat.
  • Donned As soon as the children had donned their caps, three of the tallest children were appointed to "help teacher."
  • Gnawed And he was gnawed all the more by these thoughts because deliverance had been already so near.
  • Kenned Ye wadna, gien ye kenned what I was aboot."
  • Kneed Mrs. Calvert's good nature was not the good nature of the faint-hearted or weak-kneed.
  • Knifed The white walls, which had been covered with knifed photos of Kristen only yesterday, were now blank.
  • Knocked Marjorie knocked lightly, but no one responded.
  • Knotting Lanyard finished his drink and made as if to rise, but relapsed, a spasm of pain knotting his face.
  • Noddy But it was Noddy who said that he would prove you had a true heart of gold.
  • Non The respectable widow woman near the Elephant and Castle who has let me a bedroom will be worn by anxiety as to my non-return.
  • Noting With narrowed eyes, he watched her closely, noting the catches of pain that shot through her breathing.
  • Nowt But there's nowt to see."
  • Won't And I won't tell you what I think.
  • Conned It was a little speech, conned beforehand, which she spoke-a quaint mixture of her own girlish wording and the formal phrases which she felt the occasion demanded.
  • Ned "No, I'm not," said Ned .
  • Normand "And I certainly could not allow a gentlemen-for he was that-I'll lay any wager on it, with any one-to be made superlatively uncomfortable on the broken beds of 'Le Gros Normand ,'" asserted the young soldier hotly.
  • NWT
  • NORAD NORAD had a series of warning and assessment systems that were not fully automated in the Cheyenne Mountain complex into the 1970s.
  • nouns The adjectives are chiefly formed from nouns , and often by a simple O added, thus Ziba stone, Zibao stony, Zibayo mount.
  • tenoned

18 words made from the letters KNOWND

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