Correct spelling for SOURROND

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Possible correct spellings for sourrond

  • Suborned(Definition of Suborned)
  • But here, if it be the case as mr. furnival suspects, that witnesses will be suborned to give false evidence- but surely the rounds would have nothing to do with such a matter as that?

  • Surrender(Definition of surrender)
  • They did not come to fight, but to escape from the shell-fire, which tossed up the earth about them, and to surrender.

  • Round(Definition of round)
  • He went round to where mr. johns was sitting.

  • Surround(Definition of surround)
  • Hard by our hotel, in a piazza that seemed to have nothing to do but surround it, was the colossal bust of an italian admiral, or the like, which had not the impressiveness of a colossal full-length figure, but which rendered the original with the faithful realism of the genoese campo santo sculpture.

    On a television screen like a Technicolor dream I watch the crowd surround you And you act so nonchalant as you pass the debutants Who know you as they found you

    – Darker Side of Blue by tal bachman
  • Souring(Definition of souring)
  • Knowledge of the world is regarded as an useful, if not an elegant, accomplishment, but this advantage, like every other good, is mixed with some alloy: the acute observer of men and manners cannot but be disgusted with the scenes that take place around him, and his knowledge may at last have the effect of souring his own disposition.

  • Sorrowed(Definition of Sorrowed)
  • "many moons ago the great spirit sorrowed to see his chosen tribe, the palefaces, living in ignorance and sin.

  • Sound(Definition of sound)
  • I've never heard goldie's words sound as beautiful as from your lips.

  • Surrounds
  • This is very neatly done with the fine silk which surrounds the eggs of a small brown spider.

    Now the fog surrounds you Swirling all around you

    – An Island in The Darkness by Tony Banks
  • Soured(Definition of soured)
  • Skimming should be attended to when the milk has soured just enough to have a little of it curdle on the bottom of the pan.

  • Surrounded(Definition of surrounded)
  • The house be surrounded wi' horsemen.

    They've got us all surrounded The call has been sounded

    – Heaters by illScarlett