from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Knotted; tied in a knot.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Knotted; tied in a knot, as a serpent.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In heraldry, tied in a knot: said of a serpent used as a bearing, the tail of a heraldic lion, or the like.
Nawt ignorinse, I libbed rownd hear awlmost awl my lyfe an nawt nowed bout it til several years ago.
‘Parentli, I haz relatibs in an otter country I nawt nowed bout, butt ! lukily dey now’d bout mii an I iz gitten an inheritance, az soon as I gib dem mine bank count nummer an send dem a chek fur elebenty hunnert munnies tu clear customs an fings lyk dat.
June 7, 2009 at 1:52 am axshually I fink I still has sleepy hed, my fully awaek brane wooda nowed bedder den to tell dat story.
Menee timez fru teh freadz ai nowed yu wud haz gr8t comment ifn yu wuz heer.
The kernels are lightly rolled between flat stones, then win nowed to remove the testa (skins).
I wish we wood of nowed a bout it wen we was to gether on a count of a lot of good men who dyareared them selvs to deth could of been saved.
Reptiles are “_gliding_”; or, if they are twined into knots, “_nowed_.”
uther bruther playd tag wif teh kitteh. kitteh nowed to tag teh padded end.
Ai wuz ownded bai a kitteh hoo wantid teh milks in mai glass sew bad seh almoast gotted her hed stuck (she wuzn’t a bebbeh aneemoar). she also nowed how to opn teh pownce treet cans (bunny-kick of treet doom!)
It’s nowed somany friggin’ days here this week, all I can wonder is how in the world I’d pull my gloves oiver it.
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