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Correct spellings for NOWNEED

  • boned
  • corned On the table were a large loaf of bread, a large piece of corned beef, and a dish of vegetables, left over from our boat supplies.
  • downed
  • gowned Pretty, by no means a fool, and gowned by the best coutourieres of Paris, Teresa made quite a hit, and blossomed as girls do in the social sunshine.
  • horned His horned forehead doth make faynt heartes feard.
  • joined A moment later Alix joined them.
  • need "Must I tell you what I need?
  • ninety You are expected by ninety per cent.
  • nonce And of these two I know that as long as they were companions of Socrates even they were temperate, not assuredly from fear of being fined or beaten by Socrates, but because they were persuaded for the nonce of the excellence of such conduct.
  • none There was none left over.
  • nosed Here the boy had displayed before him an array of photographs from which he had not the slightest trouble in picking that of the man with the scar; but his sharp-nosed companion he was unable to identify.
  • noted Nor had I more than noted the presence of these before the door of the chamber opened and added to their number Marshal Biron, who came out leaning on the arm of Crillon.
  • owned Yet his was not the ambition which some later statesmen, especially, for example, Mr. Bright, have owned-the ambition to keep England free of any foreign policy whatever.
  • renowned For as soon as he was of an age to begin to have lessons, he became so distinguished for his talent, and got such a name and reputation amongst the boys, that their fathers would often visit the school, that they might see young Cicero, and might be able to say that they themselves had witnessed the quickness and readiness in learning for which he was renowned.
  • toned I recalled, though, the low-toned comment of Cousin Egbert, who stood near me.
  • Dawned For the first time it dawned on her what he meant.
  • Donned Her nervousness conveyed itself to her mostly through her breathing; it was short and very fast, but she was as cool of the flesh as the fresh linen she donned.
  • Fawned Some of them had known what it was to be fawned over.
  • Honed
  • Kneed
  • Loaned
  • Moaned
  • Mooned
  • Nodded
  • Noised
  • Pawned "I went around to the pawnbroker's, and obtained a description of the boy who pawned the watch.
  • Yawned
  • Zoned
  • Coined And when Abuletes, instead of the necessary provisions which he ought to have furnished, brought him three thousand talents in coined money, he ordered it to be thrown to his horses, and when they would not touch it, "What good," he said, "will this provision do us?"
  • Conned The Property Man gave it as his Opinion that Mansfield conned the Critics.
  • ConEd
  • nuanced
  • actioned for cause exhibit
  • catching some z's
  • psychopathic hospital
  • bughouses