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Possible correct spellings for osund
- abound The walks and rides in its vicinity, are very numerous, and abound with interesting prospects.
- around She looked all around, but did not speak.
- ascend All hands understood the reason for this caution, and as the crowd turned to ascend Skip Miller slipped from his hiding place and joined them.
- astound My dear Mrs. Stevens, you astound me.
- asunder Henley and she are now never asunder.
- aunt Go to Aunt Audrey, my precious!
- end The end is not yet come.
- island It held four fellows, and it didn't head straight for the island; evidently they weren't quite certain what had become of their boats.
- oust Now these fine natives came along, singing, for their very lives, a song the like of which set down here would oust my book from modest people, and make everybody say, 'this man never can have loved Lorna.
- owned The mystery of the abandoned car, owned by Jack Gardner, was not explained.
- resound La Roche accompanied her to the castle in silence; she thought I was already far from Montmorency; on perceiving me, she made the place resound with her cries, and threw herself into my arms.
- sand "Durned if prison life don't take all the sand out o' a feller," he said cheerfully.
- sandy According to Blanco it is cultivated best in somewhat sandy soil.
- send He shall go for me, and I will send him.
- sent Gerard, my father has sent me off.
- sound Then she heard the sound of footsteps, as Habrunt turned back to her.
- sounder "Jim named him Sounder, because he sure has a voice.
- sundae We also had a grand sundae at a wonderful place and came home not a bit hungry for dinner.
- sunday Sunday, April 5 8:29 A.M. "Didn't think I could keep up, did you?"
- sunder "The greatest miracles were of his working, and still greater miracles doth he even now work; he burst in sunder the oppressor's stronghold, and he burst in sunder the bondsman's yoke.
- synod Except that the nomination and election of the preacher is made by the whole contributing membership, and that controversies concerning questions of doctrine are to be determined, when they threaten the peace or unity of the congregation, by the decision of one or three German Universities of the Lutheran faith, instead of by the Synod, as in Holland, this article is taken bodily from the Amsterdam book.
- undo Leaving the ladder swinging where it was-for I could not undo the knot-I drew on my boots, and went to the turret to reconnoitre before venturing out into the street.
- unsound In practice, it may be said that, in the first instance, the Court endeavours to satisfy itself that in the event of an inquiry, it is for the benefit of the alleged lunatic, and that there is a fair probability that the verdict will find him of unsound mind and incapable of managing himself or his affairs, by ordering him to be examined by a medical man, or by making a personal examination.
- used Marthorne used his advantage with judgment.
- And 14,379. You are a merchant and shipping agent in Lerwick?
- Ensued A sharp skirmish ensued, and the Illanuns were at length driven off, but had they not been warned in time the English must have perished to a man, as these ruffians made it a rule to spare none but Hajis, or Mahometans who have made a pilgrimage to Mecca.
- Ind D. A. McHolland, 51 Ind.
- Issued On 10 July, 1493, these are found in a Horae issued by Laurens Philippe.
- Ousted If ever thinking begins to be ousted by slumber, the rhythmic pound begins to dominate consciousness.
- USN First held in 1975, the Red Flag exercises bring together air crews from the United States Air Force (USAF), United States Navy (USN), United States Marine Corps (USMC), United States Army (USA) and numerous NATO and other allied nations air forces.
- Sunned Then I aired the bedding and mattress, and unpacked my brand-new linen sheets and the ridiculous hemstitched pillow-slips that I'd scurried so frenziedly about the city to get, and stowed my things away on the box-shelves, and had Olie pound the life out of the well-sunned pillows, and carefully remade the bed.
- Rosendo The most venomous of the linguistic attacks were those directed against Don Rosendo, whom it was considered expedient to crush in respect of his being the head and soul of his party.
- ONT Spelterini, Signorina, tight-rope artist, 130 Spencer, J. W., estimates Niagara's age, 66 Spouting Rock, 41 Steadman Bluff, 30 Steadman, John, first owner of Goat Island, 18 Steel arch bridge, built by Roebling, 46 Story of Canada, The, by Bourinot, quoted, 288-291 Sullivan's campaign of 1779, 223 T Table Rock, 38, 45 Taft, Sec'y William H., on the "destruction of Niagara," 117-120 Talbot, E. A., description of early Toronto, 308 Taylor, Mrs. A. E., barrel-fiend, 141-143 Tempest Point, 104 Terrapin Rocks, 33, 37-38 Terrapin Tower, 33, 37 Tesla, Nikola, on Niagara electrical power, 120 Thayer, Eugene, on the music of Niagara, 25-26 Thompson, Sir William, prophesies era of electricity, 77 Three Sister Island, 40 Tonawanda, N. Y., mentioned, 10 Toronto, Ont.
- ASSN Paper before Section D, Am. Assn.
- rosined On the long red sands of old Dundee, Out at the hem of the ebbing sea, They have fixed a long pole deep in the sand, And around it have piled with deftly hand The rosined staves of the Noraway wood, Four feet high and four feet broad, To burn, amidst flames of burning pitch, So rare a chimera yclept a witch- Born of a fancy wild and camstary, Like ghost or ghoul, brownie or fairy.
- isn't It isn't sold, is it?
29 words made from the letters osund
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