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Correct spelling for SURRONDS
We think the word surronds 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 surronds
- Surround(Definition of surround)
- Surrender(Definition of surrender)
- Surrounded(Definition of surrounded)
For this purpose it is often necessary to fetch a circuit of many miles in order to surround a sufficient number, and the caution to be observed involves patience and delay; as it is essential to avoid alarming the elephants, which might otherwise escape.
Day went by in dry light, in a pleasant rustling and waving of palm fronds.
He told them it was all arranged; durgin was to give up the place to him in a week, and he was to surrender it again when jeff came back in the spring.
Again, in the sandy desert country which surrounds for many miles the town of perth, in western australia, the different species of haemadorum are very plentiful.
The sacred thread is made of three strands of cotton, which should be obtained from the cotton tree growing wild.
She found her still in bed, and surrounded with her favourites.
34. it is presented by unanimous verdict of the whole court that if anyone marries a woman who has right in any land according to the custom of the manor and is seised thereof by the will of the lord, and the said woman surrenders her right and her seisin into the hands of the lord and her husband receives that right and seisin from the hands of the lord, in such case the heirs of the woman are for ever barred from the said land and the said right remains to the husband and his heirs.