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Correct spelling for SOURONDED
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Possible correct spellings for souronded
- Surmounted(Definition of surmounted)
- Surrounded(Definition of surrounded)
- Rounded(Definition of rounded)
- Surrender(Definition of surrender)
- Sanded(Definition of Sanded)
Kanag struck his shield until it sounded like a thousand people, and all the women who were dipping water at the spring of gawigawen were surprised, for they saw only a little boy, who struck his shield, approaching them, and it sounded like a thousand.
That he and she were stranded at a point far away from his own home he had little doubt.
But many of these we imagine will vanish when we come to close quarters, and the remainder will be surmounted by courage and patience.
We are surrounded by our enemies.
Curses upon napoleon, the author of all these evils, resounded from side to side of the empire.
William rounded on him fiercely.
Was the last motion seconded?
It was a right that did not depend on the bill of rights, on which it was usually grounded, but had existed long before.
Beaten in the field and besieged in his own castle, he is at length forced to surrender.
That night kossuth, balla, and szentkiraly were serenaded by the citizens of pesth; they descended together to the street, and walked arm-in-arm among the crowd.
A noise, indeed, so loud and long, and mix'd with expressions so very strong, that supposing, according to popular fame, "wise woman" and witch to be the same, no hag with a broom would unwisely stop, but up and away through the chimney-top; whereas, the moment they burst the door, planted fast on her sanded floor, with her trumpet up to her organ of hearing, lo and behold!