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Correct spelling for SURONDED

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Possible correct spellings for suronded

  • Branded
  • O branded-cheeked cutter of dykes, art thou in very truth a christian?

  • Rounded
  • The lawyer rounded off the discussion thus: "well, when all's said and done we have switzerland to thank for being able to sit here at our ease in this comfortable mountain resort.

  • Sounded
  • The word "marriage" would never have sounded in her brain.

  • Stranded
  • It's not a good place to be stranded in."

  • Surmounted
  • It seemed terrible that a woman's figure should be surmounted by such hideous features, and most of the knights were silent for pity's sake; but the steward soon recovered from his amazement, and his rude nature began to show itself.

  • Surrender
  • Even then he did not quite understand that it was almost as important as had been the surrender of vera cruz.

  • Surrounded
  • It surrounded her with a wall of fire against all her enemies.

  • Fronted
  • Half-way through the village vasili andreevich turned the horse towards a large double-fronted brick house and stopped at the porch.

  • Grounded
  • 272. the amount of well-grounded confidence, which exists in the character of its merchants and manufacturers, is one of the many advantages that an old manufacturing country always possesses over its rivals.

  • Sanded
  • I sanded her up good-you know-finished it nice.

  • Seconded
  • The motion was seconded by sir robert walpole, and as the formal record puts it, "voted nemine contradicente."

  • Serenaded
  • Doppersdorp, however, managed to make merry, after its kind, and got up rifle matches, and athletics, and balls, of a mixed and republican sort, and the band made a nocturnal round from house to house, discoursing from its limited repertory much bad music, which grew worse in proportion to the cumulative hospitality of those serenaded.

  • Trended
  • It was essential that the roof of such a mill should be strong and well braced in order to sustain the excessive stress brought to bear upon it. the old factory roof was a curious structure, with eaves springing out of the edge of hollow cornices, the roof rising sharply until about six feet above the attic floor, with an upright course of about three feet, filled with sashes reaching to a second roof, which, at a more moderate pitch than the first slope, trended to the ridge.

  • Sprinted
  • For an instant the reporters stood undecided, then sprinted back to their posts, to change what they had written and alter the line-up.

  • Syringed
  • A few drops of this should be dropped into the ear, or, if the ear be sensitive and painful, five drops should be added to a teaspoonful of warm water and dropped or syringed into the ear.

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