Correct spelling for SURMONTED

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Possible correct spellings for surmonted

  • Fermented
  • Heine had all the culture of germany; in his head fermented all the ideas of modern europe.

  • Segmented
  • Even before this conversion, however, the people had been segmented by the schism between the roman and eastern orthodox churches.

  • Surmount
  • He looked at the plump face, the full, amiable eyes, now misty with fright, at the characterless hand nervously feeling the golden mustache, at the well-fed, inert body; and he knew that, whatever the trouble or the peril, dan welldon could not surmount it alone.

  • Surmounted
  • These walls were surmounted by 1500 towers, each of the height of 200 feet.

  • Surrounded
  • There's four of us cowpunchers with him all day, an' at night he's surrounded by guards.

  • Tormented
  • Many have, in fun, or wanting to know something, imbibed an evil spirit and were tormented by it day and night.

  • Cemented
  • If the hereditary principle were sound, the empire cemented together by akbar's statecraft might have defied aggression.

  • Sermonized
  • He was washed, sermonized, shut up, and did not leave the house for four days.

  • Summoned
  • Wentworth has been summoned from ireland to assist in doing so.

  • Surmounts
  • You can see that the house it surmounts is a large, solid, rectangular pile, and that it stands directly on the street at what residents call the "upper, river corner," though the river is several squares away on the right.

  • Summonsed
  • "having been summonsed by writ of subpoena," said i severely, "i am aware that your wilfulness in placing an untried importation in charge of our school, regardless of her unfitness, or of my political well-being, is this morning bearing its legitimate fruit in the hearing which comes on-not off! and i hope your lack of consideration for the welfare of the school system, so largely wrapped up in my career, will-"