Took

Common misspellings for Took:

toyour, topik, toko, sodoku, lookk, outook, nnok, toask, tiick, toook, sook, tokk, tokyio, topoc, looki, tgake, tookin, tood, woodk, itook, tjhey, tooken, tgood, took, tookn, toyou, shetook, sooke, tookover, touhc, toour, llook, turgor, tok, toyko, takke, boook, booky, topor, touke, tookthe, wook, look, looka, totake, iook, pooka, turky, tokyp, toulck, bbook, tikka, tooc, toykyo, boock, tokoyo, tolook, trok, 90tjh, nwteork, toomy, ttook, yrok, kotow, towake, toshow, taiki, ttok, ook, book, torqe, llok, wooke, ttake, tocu, tolke, leook, vokoa, tlook, tooj, tocov, toock, vodk, dook, tocuh, turke, tokeo, tolk, tooll, tonka, dlook, toalk, tihkn, stoock, koow, fook, toolk, tooka, toknow, topok, tookl, tork, terky, tookme, tsak, noteoko, too, toop, taake, tookd, looik, ttom, topkea, tjhough, toom, tomake, tookt, tohow, soduko, toon, thouk, tokoya, wodka, twork, coook, toak, tooo, toohigh, netork, toou, looku, tooke, tokio, tocome, toger, tooh, bookk, tooked, tocos, looky, toos, touz, book1, tooki, touck, loook, tocke, toguh, looko, atook, trook, toix, booik, toof, toodii, topick, pook, totak, tookk, toucj, toomb, tyou, qtuoe, tiook, toekn, tknow, taike, boookk, tyook, topoic, towork, tocken, toykio, toake, toor, tooic, woork, tjhi, tekk, ittook, stook, troke, twoor, yook, tvor, taook, toool, tooks, touogh, wlook, votka, bbok, taqke, thook, vook, toyoko, toown, tookj, ccok, liook, netowk, rtock, tooooo, toooo, tooooooooooo, tooko, tookit, toois, torkey, t ease, ta ease, t issue, ta issue, t odds, ta odds, t sea, ta sea, taxia, taaxia, taxic, taaxic, taaxy, thetosis, tahetosis, tahos, toxic, taoxic, tsugewi, tasugewi, tatach, ttache, tatache, ttache case, tatache case, ttack, tatack, ttic, ttica, tatica, 6ook, tlok, tpok, t0ok, t9ok, to0k, to9k, ftook, tfook, gtook, tgook, ytook, 6took, t6ook, 5took, t5ook, toiok, tkook, tokok, tolok, tpook, t0ook, to0ok, t9ook, to9ok, tooik, toopk, too0k, too9k, toojk, toomk, tookm, Tgok, Tmok, Tnok, twook, t ook, to ok, too k.

Usage examples for Took

  1. They took it, all right, and- here, what do you think of that?"  The Lure of the Dim Trails by by (AKA B. M. Sinclair) B. M. Bower
  2. " Then you're not the man I took you to be," said the father.  Ayala's Angel by Anthony Trollope
  3. Then I took my leave.  Wanderers by Knut Hamsun
  4. It took me in.  Wilfrid Cumbermede by George MacDonald
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