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Correct spelling for SOUROUND
We think the word souround 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 souround
- Ground(Definition of ground)
- Souring(Definition of souring)
- Sorrowed(Definition of Sorrowed)
- Surrounded(Definition of surrounded)
- Surround(Definition of surround)
- Round(Definition of round)
- Sound(Definition of sound)
- Soured(Definition of soured)
- Around(Definition of around)
- Surmount(Definition of surmount)
"this miserable war has cast me down to the very ground," he would say, with tears in his eyes.
This prince reigned twenty-seven, years, and died at last of a disorder in his bowels, which had afflicted him, without interrupting his designs or souring his temper, during the greatest part of his life.
It was for the wife of his bosom that he sorrowed.
The fortress was entirely surrounded by water, and my windows were not overlooked by any of the sentinels.
Miss hunter, what i do in the loneliness of that great house is not worth the gossip of those who surround you."
We have pickets all round.
Where there is no school and no clear trend of executive ambition, the solitary artist, whose talent forces itself up into the light and air, suffers unusual difficulties, and runs a constant danger of being choked in the aimless mediocrity that surrounds him.
Won't that sound nice?
He couldn't even make a sound I proceeded to tell him his future, then As long as he was hanging around I said "The price of meat has just gone up– Cosmik Debris by Frank Zappa
Mr. gladstone, once speaking at birmingham, quoted a definition of the early radicals which described them as men "whose temper had been soured against the laws and institutions of their country;" and he admitted that there was much justification for their having been so.
And if you like, i'll call around and take you."
Sauropods seem to be likely candidates as both live prey and as objects of scavenging, based on the presence of scrapings on sauropod bones fitting allosaur teeth well and the presence of shed allosaur teeth with sauropod bones.
However, as his passion was of so recent a date, it could not at once surmount the scruples he had conceived.