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Correct spelling for RETURND
We think the word returnd is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for returnd
- Refund(Definition of refund)
- Redound(Definition of redound)
- Returner(Definition of Returner)
- Rotunda(Definition of rotunda)
- Rotund(Definition of rotund)
- Return(Definition of return)
But he could not take a gentleman's money under a false pretence; as it seemed to be no longer mr. bertram's intention to attend there, he must beg to refund it."
Now that this was off his hands and there was nothing to do between friday and monday, when he was to start for bar harbor to join the van ostends and a large party of invited guests for a three weeks' cruise on the labrador coast, he had plenty of time to convince himself that he possessed certain asinine qualities which did not redound to his credit as a man of sense.
As soon as she returns ask her to come immediately to me."
He played football collegiately at morris brown, where he was a safety and a kick returner and professionally in the american football league and national football league for the oakland raiders from 1968 to 1977.
Kneeling figure in front of fine arts rotunda.
He was whiter than ever, not altogether with cold, though ebenezer was like a damp cave by the sea, but with nervousness, with fear of his rotund uncle and dread of the mysterious pendoggat.
"i'm far from sure of it," returned hunter quietly.
"i will look in by-and-bye, and if i find you better, as i am sure i shall, she can return home.
He retained several of the men not absolutely required to attend the waggons.