Pronoun

Common misspellings for pronoun:

pronouce, prnounce, renoun, prenup, prooven, pronunce, pronoucing, pronound, pronounse, pronouned, prounounce, pronouning, pregnan, paronoia, pionion, pronnounce, prono, paronoid, paronoai, prounouns, pryun, pionoin, prononce, prounouce, pronoment, printon, prenoun, pronouse, pronuns, buprenophine, prinsoner, paranornal, paranoind, parionoid, proson, proun, renioun, protoin, pregnacny, probono, pronaunce, prominen, pronoaunce, prenten, pronom, prodound, pronpouned, pyreneean, oronoun, lronoun, -ronoun, 0ronoun, peonoun, pdonoun, pfonoun, ptonoun, p5onoun, p4onoun, prinoun, prknoun, prlnoun, prpnoun, pr0noun, pr9noun, proboun, promoun, projoun, prohoun, proniun, pronkun, pronlun, pronpun, pron0un, pron9un, pronoyn, pronohn, pronojn, pronoin, prono8n, prono7n, pronoub, pronoum, pronouj, pronouh, opronoun, poronoun, lpronoun, plronoun, -pronoun, p-ronoun, 0pronoun, p0ronoun, peronoun, preonoun, pdronoun, prdonoun, pfronoun, prfonoun, ptronoun, prtonoun, p5ronoun, pr5onoun, p4ronoun, pr4onoun, prionoun, proinoun, prkonoun, proknoun, prlonoun, prolnoun, prponoun, propnoun, pr0onoun, pro0noun, pr9onoun, pro9noun, probnoun, pronboun, promnoun, pronmoun, projnoun, pronjoun, prohnoun, pronhoun, pronioun, pronoiun, pronkoun, pronokun, pronloun, pronolun, pronpoun, pronopun, pron0oun, prono0un, pron9oun, prono9un, pronoyun, pronouyn, pronohun, pronouhn, pronojun, pronoujn, pronouin, prono8un, pronou8n, prono7un, pronou7n, pronoubn, pronounb, pronoumn, pronounm, pronounj, pronounh, ponoun, prnoun, prooun, pronun, pronon, pronou, rponoun, pornoun, prnooun, proonun, pronuon, prononu, ppronoun, prronoun, proonoun, pronnoun, pronooun, pronouun, pronounn, xronoun, tronoun, rronoun, qronoun, p2onoun, pbonoun, pzonoun, pvonoun, pponoun, psonoun, prgnoun, prmnoun, prnnoun, pro.oun, proloun, proooun, prongun, pronmun, pronnun, prono5n, pronoen, pronoqn, pronown, pronotn, pronouf, pronoul, pronouo, proknowun, pr onoun, pro noun, pron oun, prono un, pronou n.

Usage examples for pronoun

  1. It then, like own, expresses emphasis and opposition, as I did this myself, that is, not another; or it forms a reciprocal pronoun, as We hurt ourselves by vain rage.  A Grammar of the English Tongue by Samuel Johnson
  2. Again, in Saxon there is no reflective pronoun corresponding with the Latin se.  The English Language by Robert Gordon Latham
  3. " I certainly shouldn't be afraid of you," she added, emphasising the final pronoun pointedly.  The Vision of Desire by Margaret Pedler
  4. Its root is nonhwe, or nanwe, which is found in kenonhws, I love, like, am pleased with- the initial syllable ke being the first personal pronoun.  The Iroquois Book of Rites by Horatio Hale
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