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Correct spelling for SURENDED
We think the word surended 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 surended
- Serenade(Definition of serenade)
- Sanded(Definition of Sanded)
- Scented(Definition of scented)
- Surrounded(Definition of surrounded)
- Surrender(Definition of surrender)
"hush, hide behind the curtains and listen; it's a serenade," whispered helen, as amy stole to her side.
The pupils were in their classes in the large, sanded hall-the girls on the left and the boys on the right-occupied in following the demonstration which their teacher, mr. malarius, was making on the black-board.
I say happy is he of them who was born to wear the sweet-scented bud of the rose upon his bosom.
I sounded her and i cannot trust her.
They surrounded the house and put him to death.
His boat stranded several yards from the shore.
Every morning the birds serenaded me at the window of my lodgings, which were in a garden-house, near a street called the parterre, not far from the river.
And how utterly those proud women surrendered when they did surrender!
You, you wish me to surrender, mademoiselle?
It stood in the middle of a small farm of about a hundred and fifty acres, besides moor and waste; and, as luck would have it, a brother-in-law of tummels, by name william sleep, rented the farm and kept the keys of the house, being supposed to look after it in the family's absence.