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Correct spelling for UNDERSTOND
We think the word understond 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 understond
- Understood(Definition of understood)
- Understudy(Definition of understudy)
- Undertone(Definition of undertone)
- Undersold(Definition of Undersold)
- Understand(Definition of understand)
And again the girl understood.
How should that race which above all others understands and revels in life care for an art of abstractions?
"and now, mr. lover in check and mr. understudy," said the sand lady, "i present you with the freedom of this island, as i have already presented you with the freedom of the other.
"it's all solid common sense," she said in an undertone to joan, referring, it would appear, to his bulk.
It is urged on their behalf that they bring capital into the country; they may do so, but only to take it out again for their own profit, and italian labour sweats and groans only that some millionaire of eaton square or fifth avenue may increase his wealth, whilst at the same time italian tradespeople, trading in their own right, on their own soil, are undersold by the shop-keeping and store-keeping briton and yankee.
Do you understand what i mean?"