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Correct spelling for ARPOUND
We think the word arpound 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 arpound
- Amount(Definition of amount)
- Append(Definition of append)
- Appoint(Definition of appoint)
- Impound(Definition of impound)
- Pound(Definition of pound)
- Abound(Definition of abound)
- Harpooned(Definition of Harpooned)
- Pond(Definition of pond)
- Around(Definition of around)
The same amount of trouble would have been enough to dress them properly, reflected scrap.
That our readers may have them in distinct form we append them:
The jealousy among the generals, and the disinclination of the central junta to appoint any one person to a post that might enable him to interfere with their intrigues, had combined to prevent the appointment of a commander-in-chief, and there was no one therefore with whom sir john could open negotiations and learn what plans, if any, had been decided upon for general operations against the advancing enemy.
A small boy called jim nancarrow was sitting one day eating a pasty on top of the crow pound, a large enclosure built on a common by the far-famed st. neot to impound the pilfering crows of the parish that bears his name.
There is less wealth in the bazaar, and yet the desire to purchase has increased tenfold, so that a bit of rhodes tapestry, which at that earlier time would not have fetched forty piastres, is now sold for a pound turkish, and is hard to get at that.
The palaces of all princes abound with such courtly philosophers.
While this was taking place on board the red eric, a precisely similar scene occurred on board the other whale-ship, and a race now ensued between the boats of the two ships, for each knew well that the first boat that harpooned either of the whales claimed it.
The rain fell in no small drops, but in sheets of water, and soon converted our camp into a pond, the spot on which my mother's tent stood happily forming an island.
Sztolarik gazed placidly at the crowd assembled around him.
Wait in the hall, armand; i will be with you in ten minutes.