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Correct spelling for SURROND
We think the word surrond 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 surrond
- Strand(Definition of strand)
- Surrender(Definition of surrender)
- Frond(Definition of frond)
- Surrounded(Definition of surrounded)
- Suborned(Definition of Suborned)
- Surround(Definition of surround)
"but i was born in afric's tawny strand, and you in fair britannia's fairer land.
In that case, her complete surrender to despair seemed strange, seemed even inexplicable, in one who a few minutes before had shown a spirit above a woman's.
-plant of p. vulgare; piece of the frond; a magnified sporangium with its stalk, and another bursting and discharging spores.
I was, therefore, exceedingly anxious to place the high wall which surrounded the greyfriars' churchyard betwixt my companion and myself.
I never advocated stolen pistoles and suborned witnesses and angered nephews and deceived sons and the rest of your cumbrous machinery.
It makes me giddy to think of the awful precipices which surround france-to think, too, that the great danger is on the question of property, which is perhaps divided there more justly than in any other country of europe.
And inasmuch as heaven is not far away from us, but surrounds us on every side, and we are only shut out from it by our incapacity to feel its vibrations, not by their absence; inasmuch as those vibrations are playing upon us at every moment of our lives; all that is needed to be in heaven is to become conscious of those vibrations.