Correct spelling for SURRUONDED
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Possible correct spellings for surruonded
The increase of the hatred into madness followed the growth of the impulse towards the first surrender.
Cold and hard the words sounded-his hand went like lightning to his heart.
Whatever difficulties they had encountered they had surmounted, and whatever difficulties lay ahead they would meet and overcome, they felt sure.
They only are justifiable in seclusion who, like the greek philosophers, make that very seclusion the means of serving and enlightening their race; who from their retreats send forth their oracles of wisdom, and render the desert which surrounds them eloquent with the voice of truth.
Go into the spirit of night Air surrounds me make believe in all the way lights around me– 808 Heaven by tila tequila
However no such dreadful thing happened, for mr. burnett steered his boat up to them until it grounded in the sand of the island that was now under water.
We, ourselves, must look back upon a hundred versts of fair smiling country that we had conquered with the sacrifice of many thousands of lives and surrendered without the giving of a blow.
On the 11th of december, after seven hours' pulling, we arrived at picturesque zassi again; on the 12th, at the pretty cove of niasanga; and at 11 a.m. we had rounded past bangwe, and ujiji was before us.
He was met at the railway-station by groups of friends, personal and political, and escorted to his residence, where he was serenaded by the band of a regiment of foot artillery.
We'd better have the place surrounded.
He followed them on and on through the wood and he heard their whispering becoming louder and louder, and then he thought that as he went on the shadows, instead of slipping before him, began to turn back and go past and surround him.
The iron band surrounding a wheel rim.
Its object is to effect communication between a stranded ship and the shore by means of a rope attached to a shot, which is fired over the former.