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  • bayou On either hand the bayou , but a plank's thickness below the level of the float-bridge, filmed with green weeds and the bright scum of water, not too stagnant, offered surprises to the watchful eye.
  • foyer
  • knob "Stay a moment," I said, as he had his hand on the door knob .
  • knobby In the middle of the room, under the chandelier, a moderate-sized table, with a pedestal made like a knobby silver tree-stump and a top made of eight triangles of opaque mother-of-pearl, stood useless, as there were no chairs round it, and it could only serve, and be meant to serve, at the very best, as a support for your Highness, when the lackeys opened the doors and ushered in the solemn figures in Court dress who came to present their respects to you....
  • knock There had been a knock at the door, then another.
  • knocker There's a knocker , if none of 'em haven't twisted it off.
  • knoll Having seen our camp prepared on a picturesque knoll , I thought I would endeavour to procure some meat, which this interesting region seemed to promise.
  • knot "You are so clever," said the Reindeer; "you can, I know, twist all the winds of the world together in a knot .
  • knotty Their beautiful proportions render them the more striking; there are no gnarled and knotty stems, such as we are accustomed to admire in the ancient oaks and beeches of England, but every trunk rises like a mast from the earth, perfectly free from branches for ninety or a hundred feet, straight as an arrow, each tree forming a dark pillar to support its share of the rich canopy above, which constitutes a roof perfectly impervious to the sun.
  • know "No, no; you know what I mean.
  • known I wish I'd known !
  • mayor 134. Elected Lord Mayor , iii.
  • noose They quickly cut the noose ; but the noose had so hurt his throat that for some time he could not speak; the veins of his neck and throat are almost broken.
  • nosy
  • now
  • noyes Copyright, 1922, by Prances Noyes Hart.
  • voyeur
  • Boyer Among the detectives, however was one from New York, Robert Boyer , by name, an old and favorite officer of Mr. Matsell when he was chief of the New York police.
  • Knew
  • Noway
  • Nowt And ye know what Hathelsborough folk is when their pockets is touched-they'll stick at nowt!
  • Your
  • knows
  • NEWER
  • knobbier Getaway, shivery and knobbier than ever, pushing great palms of water at her and she back at him, only less skillfully her five fingers spread and inefficient.
  • coyer
  • knottier
  • un-numberable
  • un-numbered

131 words made from the letters KNOWYOUR

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