Correct spelling for SPUND
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Possible correct spellings for spund
"let us go down to the pond, at any rate.
And that moment would have been as good for all three, even without the fifty-pound note.
At the moment when belturbet arrived on the spot several park-keepers were engaged in lifting the corpse into a punt.
Besides, what harm would dry sand do?
I'll send her camarin.
But she had made no sound, and regina did not even look at her.
Hours that rejoice and regret for a span, born with a man's breath, mortal as he; loves that are lost ere they come to birth, weeds of the wave, without fruit upon earth.
For this purpose it was decided that one of us must spend a night out.
"down to bender, on a bender, oh, i'm a spender, you bet yer life!
I spent all yesterday with that irish scoundrel.
You must live to spin this yarn!"
Going into a pend close in one of the vennels beside the quay, i clipped off the hair upon the mole and felt a little safer.
Where it spawned, it spawned monsters.
Norah and her father had "cleaned up house," as norah put it, and again they were sitting on the old log that spanned the creek.
"and so the boat sped downstream past the woods, and was brought to shore at last under a cliff, with dim houses above it, and here and there a light shining.
I'd like to know why a government of the people makes a law nobody wants, and spends the public's money in enforcing it.