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Correct spelling: strung

Definition of strung:

  1. of String

Common misspellings for strung:

trunc, startong, settng, strneght, sititng, steong, streantgh, strigoi, strun, strinth, tryng, stroug, studynig, stayng, strng, studieng, startiung, sttronger, trieng, startung, struttung, softdrink, strign, strenthg, strag, strenghen, cetnrelink, srtong, stronglu, wtrong, strog, sterangth, struned, srung, sterong, stoung, studyng, strenght, stringd, strking, strentgh, strongg, streng, strounger, destroyng, strangth, strongy, styrong, stranhe, storag, strtegy, trayng, staitng, stradagy, strouge, striga, strengh, dtrong, strenghth, featurung, storng, stirng, strikng, stronog, strongf, stronget, nurturung, stren, skrink, stunnung, srunk, stranth, strenight, stringth, stong, starnge, sthrenth, strink, strogn, surroung, sterlng, stroungly, straong, streing, ystrong, strony, startinmg, staritng, strongh, strugge, drung, struk, stronged, stramge, atrong, stang, triyng, strongarm, highstrung, stron.


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Quotes for strung:

  1. But the lover's power is the poet's power. He can make love from all the common strings with which this world is strung.
  2. What I absolutely can't do is just sit around, that drives me crazy. I go nuts! I'm far too nervous, too high strung to sit around. It's not my thing; I can't deal with it!
  3. I remember a hundred lovely lakes, and recall the fragrant breath of pine and fir and cedar and poplar trees. The trail has strung upon it, as upon a thread of silk, opalescent dawns and saffron sunsets.
  4. Not on one strand are all life's jewels strung.
  5. The bow kept taut will quickly break, kept loosely strung, it will serve you when you need it.

Rhymes for strung:

  1. tung, flung, myung, tongue, hung, stung, sung, yung, clung, phung, rung, bung, slung, wrung, ung, lung, kyung, sprung, pung, dung, chung, young, swung;
  2. among, unsung, mcclung;