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Correct spelling for SIRROUND
We think the word sirround 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 sirround
- Ground(Definition of ground)
- Surmount(Definition of surmount)
- Sorrowed(Definition of Sorrowed)
- Surrounding(Definition of surrounding)
- Surrounded(Definition of surrounded)
- Round(Definition of round)
- Sound(Definition of sound)
- Around(Definition of around)
- Resound(Definition of resound)
- Surround(Definition of surround)
Here at any rate we are on safe ground.
If, after making some steps along it, he should discover a barrier other than he had a mind to surmount, he could always return to the old road.
So thus he sorrowed till it was day, and he heard the birds sing; then was he somewhat comforted, and departing from the cross on foot, he came into a wild forest, and to a high mountain, and there he found a hermitage; and, kneeling before the hermit down upon both his knees, he cried for mercy for his wicked works, and prayed him to hear his confession.
Just beside the cross is the interesting little opening that leads into the close, and in which is the entrance to st. lawrence church, of which nothing is visible from this point but the doorway, and the tower rising above the surrounding houses.
They emerged into a narrow alley, surrounded by tall houses.
The silk should not be wrung, and should be ironed damp.
Indeed, this is an advantage for one whose office it is to amass learning, to weigh opinions in fine scales, to follow the spiritual laws, and to peer into the mystery that surrounds human life.
Were they not round everything which, next day, she should see, or touch, or use?
It didn't sound like allison's.
Who is that strange girl ponk's running around with last night?"
He could have made the sovereign heights resound with questions of the wherefore of her state: he on far other but an hour before intent.
In the home, in the school, amid whatever conditions surround her, she will shine with the glow of a rose in bloom.