What is the correct spelling for RENOW?
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Correct spellings for RENOW
- know I'll tell you what I know . Must see revealed. Then since I may know, As liberally, as to a midwife, show – To His Mistress Going to Bed by John Donne
- now "You tell me now . No harvest for the husbandman, but now Shall bear a nobler foison than the plough; – Heroic Poem in Praise of Wine by Hilaire Belloc
- rein The left rein broke.
- rend He will trample it under his feet and turn again and rend you.
- renew It seemed as if Milly's little world had been waiting for this occasion to renew its enthusiasm.
- reno If they are not interested in the book for the information it gives, they will always find the short stories and tales of Reno interesting and amusing.
- renoir The Sleeping Woman, the First Step, the Terrace, and the decorative Dance panels reveal Renoir as an intimiste and as an admirable painter of children.
- renown And at the same time win bright renown for ourselves, instead of what will be called harsh cruelty?
- rent Dr. Morton hoped to rent it for a year or two until he could sell it.
- rhino He's hasn't got too much rhino .
- rhone One old man there, who cannot read or write and is all but blind, will talk to you of the Rhone .
- Ran "You got yourself where you are," Saunders ran on, fiercely.
- Rene June 22, 1899, Rene Waldeck-Rousseau.
- Rena Peter's son Frank had grown up with little Rena .
- Renee Beauchamp discerned a shape at that window, and the fear seized him that it might be Madame d'Auffray with evil news of Renee : but it was Renee 's name he called.
- renews It will be otherwise with me by and by, I suppose, seeing how my venerable fellow-citizens are affected, but for the present nothing renews my physical youth more surely than a low temperature; a fact which I welcome as evidence that I am not yet going down-hill, however closely I may be nearing the summit.