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Correct spelling for SOURANDING
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Possible correct spellings for souranding
- Ranting(Definition of ranting)
- Sounding(Definition of sounding)
- Surrounding(Definition of surrounding)
- Rending(Definition of rending)
- Rounding(Definition of rounding)
- Sending(Definition of sending)
- Branding(Definition of branding)
- Standing(Definition of standing)
I discussed quite openly with them the method i considered best, trying to make them see that simplicity of delivery was not only the most beautiful but the most effective means to use and, by the end of a few months, when they had been allowed to experiment and express themselves, they began to see that mere ranting was not force and that a sense of reserve power is infinitely more impressive and inspiring than mere external presentation.
Their companion walked in thought, as though a voice were sounding to her ears in this concert of nature.
The indians and stiger held a short talk, and then all three disappeared in the belt of timber surrounding the burn.
The rending snap of the wood came beneath her feet.
He had been off on a distant pasture, rounding up some sheep, which had kept him away till that time.
In sending him to her uncle, whose known favourite she was, she did not let him out of her hand.
He spoke at length, and in his voice was something she had never heard before-something from which she shrank uncontrollably, as the victim shrinks from the branding-iron.
Peggy did the same, and fell on her nose with a resounding crash.
I liked many of them, but there was no one whom i liked so much as standing alone.