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Google Ngram Viewer results for surprise:

This graph shows how "surprise" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for surprise:

  1. I asked, with a certain surprise – The Ghost Pirates by William Hope Hodgson
  2. Ned, however, had a small surprise waiting for him. – Ahead of the Army by W. O. Stoddard
  3. " Well," said I, taken by surprise is he?" – They Call Me Carpenter by Upton Sinclair

Quotes for surprise:

  1. A sudden bold and unexpected question doth many times surprise a man and lay him open.
  2. Death never takes the wise man by surprise, he is always ready to go.
  3. My host at Richmond, yesterday morning, could not sufficiently express his surprise that I intended to venture to walk as far as Oxford, and still farther. He however was so kind as to send his son, a clever little boy, to show me the road leading to Windsor.
  4. It's all about creation and surprise. It just needs to be appreciated and watered like flowers. You have to water flowers. These peaks will come again.
  5. Al Qaeda operates by launching surprise attacks on civilian targets with the goal of massive casualties. Our only means for preventing future attacks, which could use WMDs, is by acquiring information that allows for pre -emptive action.

Rhymes for surprise:

  1. bise, chastise, comprise, demise, despise, disguise, eyes, flies, fries, guise, incise, marseilles, pint-size, prize, revise, rise, size, supplies, surmise, unwise, wise, ais, dies, emprise, grise, julies, ries, replies, ties, skies, y's, cries, spies, thais, denies, lise, mies, dyes, decries, complies, buys, tries, defies, guys, sighs, implies, vies, relies, dries, plies, pries, unties, lies, ise, eis, dise, wies, wyse, ayes, nies, bies, crise, geis, hise, kise, pies, thighs, upsize, highs, goodbyes, shies;
  2. advise, allies, apprise, arise, baptize, devise, reprise, applies, belies;
  3. improvise, oversize, underlies;
  4. decriminalize, sensationalize;