Correct spelling for SORROUND
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Possible correct spellings for sorround
Will you come around with me, and make a call?"
It was upon them, over and gone, before the men on the ground could turn to fire after.
"no; it was pretty dark, and there wasn't no one round.
And i did know the sound; though never, as you may suppose, could i have heard it in all my life.
Francos: now, noble quezox, we must quick devise some method to surmount the vicious laws of civil service, which with shrewd design purpose to keep those vultures in their nests, while others long denied official posts, shall wander in the wilderness, and ne'er set wary foot within the promised land.
Let the fairest flowers surround me, sunlight laugh about my bed, let the sweetest of musicians to the door of death be led.
An air of mystery seemed to have suddenly surrounded him, and he hated mystery.
When king arthur heard thereof, and of all that battle, and the rescue of the queen, he sorrowed heavily for those good knights, and was passing wroth with lancelot and the queen.
You enter, by flights of stairs, the first door, and find yourself on a circular platform which surrounds the top of a well or shaft, of about two hundred feet in circumference and five hundred in depth.