Correct spelling for GROUN

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Possible correct spellings for groun

  • Crown(Definition of crown)
  • There was a crown lying on a little table beside her, and so kathleen guessed that she was the queen.

  • Groan(Definition of groan)
  • He pushed his plate away with a groan.

  • Gran
  • But perhaps the most effective of these war periodicals is la gran guerra en cuadros, which presents, in a series of pictures, the war as meant to be seen by neutral eyes.

  • Grout(Definition of grout)
  • The grout escaped at every point, and it occupied the attention of the masons both inside and outside to stop it promptly by plastering clay on to the openings from which it was running.

  • Croon(Definition of croon)
  • Out of the common noises of the day, it weaves for you the song of the deep tides, the murmur of ocean caves and the croon of the breakers on the outer reef, and dull indeed is your inner ear if you cannot hear these things, and at the sound see the perfect curl of green waves and smell that cool fragrance which comes only from their breaking.

  • Green(Definition of green)
  • Unc' billy wished with all his might that he had never thought of eggs, and that he was safe back home in the dear old hollow tree in the green forest.

  • Goren
  • Mrs. wishaw, in whom the countess at once discovered a frivolous pretentious woman of the moneyed trading class, she treated as one who was alive to society, and surveyed matters from a station in the world, leading her to think that she tolerated mr. goren, as a lady-christian of the highest rank should tolerate the insects that toil for us.

  • Grin(Definition of grin)
  • The man's fat-surrounded eyes ceased to grin.

  • Groyne
  • He took a few steps, to and fro, beside the groyne; then planting himself directly in front of morgan, he told him his mind, rather in sorrow, perhaps, than in anger; indeed his bearing altogether was very different from what it had been.

  • Group(Definition of group)
  • On and on we went, till we saw a group of large trees ahead.

  • Ground(Definition of ground)
  • By what right have you built it on this ground?

  • Grown(Definition of grown)
  • So in fleet street i met with mr. salisbury, who is now grown in less than two years' time so great a limner-that he is become excellent, and gets a great deal of money at it.

    Whilst my physicians by their love are grown Cosmographers, and I their map, who lie Flat on this bed, that by them may be shown That this is my south-west discovery,

    – Hym To God, My God In My Sickness by John Donne
  • Grain(Definition of grain)
  • Do you imagine it didn't go against the grain?

  • Groin(Definition of groin)
  • He drove the blade into girty's groin, through flesh and bone, hard and fast into the tree.