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Correct spellings for NEABOUGH
- bough Where is my star in heaven's bough Where is my strength, I need it now – Guide Me Home by Florent Pagny
- burgh A few years after his death the Lady Elizabeth de Burgh made a bequest of a small but very costly library to her College of Clare Hall at Cambridge.
- labour The department of labour, the harder flavour – Check My Vernacular by Maestro Fresh Wes
- nabob The repulse was followed a little later by a vigorous attack of the French troops under Paradis, which smashed the armament of the Nabob to pieces at St. Thome on November 4, 1746. This victory gave the French a prestige of which Dupleix was the very man to appreciate the full importance.
- naught And fills some time with tune, howbeit shrill; The cricket tells straight on his simple thought -- Nay, 'tis the cricket's way of being still; The peddler bee drones in, and gossips naught; – The Waving Of The Corn by Sidney Lanier
- naughty Big chain and not talkin' 'bout the naughty look Mine Gotti unless I'm lookin' for the sporty look – Bossy Lady by Rick Ross
- near The awful tale from far and near Were much impressed, and inly swore – Rebecca by Hilaire Belloc
- nearby And a little house nearby Well, I'd park these boots, hang this hat And stay here 'til I die – My Kind of Town by aaron tippin
- neigh It was a loud, shrill whistle, penetrating even to the woods, and the instant the old familiar sound fell on Rocket's ear he went tearing around the house, answering that call with the neigh he had been wont to give when summoned by his master.
- neighbour Chegwidden turned his face to the wall, moaned, and demanded of a neighbour what he thought of it all.
- newborn He took hold of things just as a newborn child might have done; one had to smile at him and leave him to sit there, grubbing about like the child he really was.
- niebuhr But his style is undoubtedly of its own kind scholarly and excellent; the matter of his history suffers from the common fault of taking Niebuhr at too high a valuation.
- nub "I never saw a more perfect nub on any nose," he answered honestly.
- a wreck