Homophones for know, no

know / no [noʊ]

know – n. & v. – n. – used in the phrase “in the know” – to be in possession of exclusive knowledge or information; v. tr. & intr. – 1. intr. to be or feel certain of the truth or accuracy of (a fact, etc.); 2. to be acquainted or familiar with; 3. to have a familiarity or grasp of; 4. to understand, be aware of, or perceive; 5. to be sure or aware of; 6. to experience, especially deeply; 7. to be intelligent, informed, or sensible enough (to do something); 8. Archaic to have sexual intercourse with

no – sentence substitute; determiner; – sentence substitute – 1. used to express denial, disagreement, refusal, etc.; 2. an answer or vote of no; determiner – not any, not a, or not one; 2. not at all; 3. not