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Correct spelling for SOROUDED

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Possible correct spellings for sorouded

  • Strode(Definition of Strode)
  • Sided(Definition of Sided)
  • Eroded(Definition of eroded)
  • It would consist both of freshwater and marine strata, as the salt water is carried by the tide far up above sheerness; but in order that such deposits should resemble, in geological position, the menchecourt beds, they must be raised 10 or 15 feet above their present level, and be partially eroded.

  • Brooded(Definition of Brooded)
  • When he traveled about, darkness so brooded over him that the sight of him was a wrong done to other people because it was as if he poisoned the air about him with gloom.

  • Sorrowed(Definition of Sorrowed)
  • Marauded
  • Crowded(Definition of crowded)
  • "close every door and window in the house," she cried to the other servants, who crowded in to learn what was the matter.

  • Sprouted(Definition of sprouted)
  • Educational cults by the dozen have sprouted and grown fat around these unfortunates.

  • Corroded
  • But search beneath the crust of this intellectual spoil-bank, and there will be seen those slight, if somewhat corroded indications which disclose the humour and the temper of a forgotten age.

  • Shrouded(Definition of Shrouded)
  • Rooted(Definition of rooted)
  • The great man of the pictures stood rooted to the spot.

  • Surrounded(Definition of surrounded)
  • The queen had not died, but was well, and surrounded by friends; and the country was rather for her than against her.

  • Prodded
  • Roosted(Definition of Roosted)
  • Storied(Definition of storied)
  • And he had quite given up looking for the golden coach which was to run over him, so that the two terrified ladies, who would be dressed in mourning, would take him into their carriage and carry him off to their six- storied castle!

  • Stored(Definition of stored)
  • I stored all my valuables in my trunk again, and went to the opera, where i saw baletti, who recognized me, and pointed me out to all his friends, to whom he was relating the adventure.

  • Soured(Definition of soured)
  • I should say that the very first thing for this man to do is to see that he does not get soured.

  • Sorted(Definition of sorted)
  • As in a trance, she could see him sitting at his bench, bent over his work, now and again lifting up his head to look across to the post-office, where another hand than hers sorted letters now.

  • Stride(Definition of stride)
  • Mr. britt, left with the father, began to stride back and forth across the room.

  • Sired(Definition of Sired)
  • Sodded
  • Grouted
  • Soared
  • De-Basing
  • Spouted
  • Rousted
  • Scouted
  • Routed
  • Amulius's men, enraged at this, fought and routed the others, and recovered a great part of the booty.

  • Sordid(Definition of sordid)
  • As a man, a citizen, a legislator and a patriot, he exhibited a conduct untarnished and undebased by sordid and selfish interests and strongly marked with the genuine characteristics of true religion, sound benevolence and liberal policy.

  • Serrated(Definition of serrated)
  • The level edge of the german trench suddenly became serrated with bobbing heads, flickered with moving figures, and the next moment was hidden by the swarm of men that leaped from it and came charging across the open.

  • Shredded
  • The bed was not of shredded straw or of coarse spreads.

  • Sounded
  • The drawing-room door was open, and as her footsteps sounded in the passage mrs. blake came quietly out.

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