Common misspellings for canon:

condion, canann, cango, canitoni, cannopy, cmaeorn, causon, canyan, canten, canoer, banan, caroyn, canno't, johsnon, canin, genuion, concen, cannoit, cannoot, caino, camon, cannoing, canoo, kanban, knnown, conlony, canot, conlon, konwn, ginen, gonbna, cannan, cuson, cannion, cannoy, cano, konini, camono, shannnon, cayon, cajan, nonone, gainin, carninoma, cananda, agnony, conren, contion, candain, cononel, canoing, cunnin, knonwn, anone, canoli, cnanot, cannol, backnone, gainan, caneoing, gonan, janina, cannoe, kwnon, wanan, canand, caanan, dknown, cannont, candynor, taknen, caqn, cabon, chanin, conforn, jknow, cmmon, caninie, johnon, canooing, lucnheon, cumann, caccon, canaian, conern, canva, aganin, uknown, scannin, cannoth, canyoun, canadin, condona, bucannon, canthen, ecconony, kanine, ignorne, catoon, carona, goinon, jknown, caeson, genioun, hanan, canpany, canion, cajion, janson, okanoan, canonly, cansio, canwe, goingon, shanon, cantoon, caton, canuoe, conton, caynon, ignion, cahin, cannos, canby, copanion, kinown, caneron, cacoon, januanry, candian, calone, cannnot, connon, canyou, cannine, conain, junin, cann, ghanain, venon, caorn, canpain, canos, canend, anony, cainine, caneons, baqnan, cunent, cananian, cocnern, canjun, candan, aganony, eknown, jadon, carron, ghanian, genona, genone, cankor, conwnue, thanone, consion, canyn, canwven, vannan, canone, jhingon, callon, cnayon, canow, cannor, carborn, janc'n, cananot, janpan, canidan, junion, canna, cannow, cason, sannon, shanonn, jacon, canpoy, canan, conon, bucanan, carmon, aknown, canions, cornona, cuingom, cayoun, canoue, econony, harnony, geniuon, canont, harnon, carcon, aynone, canbe, canun, canolia, caond, cleanin, canno, againon, anonio, cajon, camorn, camoain, cacn, can'f, cannaan, cann'ot, canyone, capanion, cunpain, condon, conin, cornonary, guanin, konown, sauignon, zenon, xanon, vanon, fanon, danon, cznon, csnon, cwnon, cqnon, cahon, cankn, canln, canpn, can0n, can9n, canob, canoj, canoh, xcanon, cxanon, vcanon, cvanon, fcanon, cfanon, dcanon, cdanon, czanon, caznon, csanon, casnon, cwanon, cawnon, cqanon, caqnon, canoin, cankon, canokn, canoln, canpon, canopn, can0on, cano0n, can9on, cano9n, canobn, canonb, canomn, canonm, canojn, canonj, canohn, canonh, cnon, acnon, cnaon, caonn, ccanon, caanon, sanon, kanon, ganon, aanon, banon, cinon, cenon, ccnon, ca.on, cafon, calon, caoon, cangn, canmn, canof, canol, caknown, c anon, cano n.

Definition of canon:

Usage examples for canon

  1. He spoke with consummate ability to the bench, and yet exactly as, according to every sound canon of taste and ethics, the bench ought to be addressed.  The Art of Public Speaking by Dale Carnagey (AKA Dale Carnegie) and J. Berg Esenwein
  2. The canon desired not to part with his friend's nephew so soon.  A Boy's Ride by Gulielma Zollinger
  3. But according to the canon of interpretation already stated- viz.  The Doctrines of Predestination, Reprobation, and Election by Robert Wallace
  4. I think we could get round the head of the canon without lengthening the distance much.  Carmen's Messenger by Harold Bindloss