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Possible correct spellings for surouned

  • Swooned
  • I swooned away, and it was sometime before consciousness returned to me.

  • Frowned
  • He frowned a little.

  • Surrounded
  • "the house is surrounded by my men.

  • Surrounds
  • Leaves change from green to red Without notes in tune with the time that surrounds I think that's something that you said Back a while when you first started coming around

    – Blame It On Me by Alana Davis
  • Soured
  • Afterwards his star had declined, but having an excellent heart, he had not been in the least soured by the downfall of his reputation.

  • Crowned
  • He was crowned by the academy of moral sciences for two works on the philosophy of plato and socrates.

  • Drowned
  • Hogboom was drowned to-day in the weeping water river.

  • Sprained
  • I thought your sister had just sprained her ankle, or something."

  • Surround
  • Whilst the foot was thus sharply engaged in the main battle, on the flank pompey's horse rode up confidently, and opened their ranks very wide, that they might surround the fight wing of caesar.

  • Pruned
  • A short-pruned cordon vine is shown in fig.

  • Spurned
  • He spurned me yesterday, to- day he will implore me to forgive him.

  • Surrender
  • Why don't they surrender?

  • Ironed
  • She washed and ironed, mended and packed for mell as kindly as possible, and did not say one cross word, not even when her husband brought the coral necklace from the big chest and gave it to mell for her very own.

  • Droned
  • They circled, and droned a monotonous tune, abandoned to love delirious.

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  • Strained
  • It was not yet light and tim strained his eyes to pierce the darkness.

  • Sojourned
  • It may tend in this direction to state that i travelled and sojourned at my own charges, and that i went out on an independent inquiry.

  • Round
  • I looked round for trenchard.

  • Screened
  • Only the blind grandfather is anxious and heavy-laden because he alone knows that death is entering the house, he alone can feel his daughter's life withering away under the breath of the king of terror: the sightless have a keener sensitiveness than the seeing for what is screened from the physical eye.

  • Sound
  • For half an hour the sound continued, then died down and was not heard again.

  • Ground
  • "by no means impossible," i said calmly, now sure of my ground.

  • Spooned
  • Suborned
  • The colonel looked at his son, and there was something frightful in his glance; then he said, slowly and distinctly, in his icy tone: "better be careful that the world does not learn that the 'laurel crowned poet' was suborned in paris for over two years-as a spy."

  • Sunned
  • The soft blue pigeons all the afternoon sunned themselves on the roof or rose at play, then with the shrinking light fluttered away; and once more came the icy hearted moon, staring down at the frightened children there that could but shiver and stare.

  • Scorned
  • Faith darling at first scorned this hard law.

  • Marooned
  • "when i heard where you were marooned, i guessed it was about time for a rescue.

  • Around
  • "i'll be most pleased, but mother don't go around much," replied miss schley.

  • Stoned
  • "the pages," alexander goes on to say, "were stoned to death by the macedonians, but i will myself punish the sophist, and those who sent him hither, and those who receive into their cities men that plot against me."

  • Groaned
  • "i'm sure we must have shaken hands with at least a hundred thousand chautauquans," groaned dr. hancock; "don't you think we might go over to the hall of philosophy and get the united service club to minister to our inner men?"

  • Summoned
  • Should one of my people dare to come here ere i summoned him, he would die!"

  • Crooned
  • The night was very calm; the quiet waters crooned sleepily about the boat.

  • Syringed
  • Surmount
  • I have often, in common with others, tried to gain information from them on this head; but we were always repulsed by obstacles which we could neither pass by or surmount.

  • Browned
  • And his hind legs, rolled in meal and nicely browned, are preferable to trout or venison.

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