How to spell POUNS correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell pouns correctly

  • bonus I must reach twice sixty miles an hour, anyway, to meet his demand and gain that hundred thousand bonus.
  • nous Entre nous, I am very uneasy about the Parisian fever.
  • onus
  • pains I feel intense pains all over my body.
  • pansy I have a pansy smell.
  • pious She was pious about her diet and exercised regularly.
  • ponce Charlie Ponce, the Pawtucket Red Sox's shortstop, is a pure hitter with a sweet swing.
  • pone After dinner, Pone and I sat on the porch together.
  • pony
  • pounce Bob pounced on the spider, crushing it.
  • pound I always pound my flour before I make bread.
  • pun That was a pretty punny remark you made.
  • punks The punk kids were walking around protesting.
  • puny The puny lion looked up at the towering elephant with hope in his eyes.
  • pus The pus coming out of the wound was gross.
  • puss
  • Pens
  • Ponies
  • Poss Your car is parked in the lot.
  • Pius The Pope is a man who has devoted his life to the church.
  • prunes I don't think I can have any more prunes.
  • pines
  • pawns The king's pawns are vulnerable to attack.
  • pins
  • peons Peons are people who are employed to do manual labor.
  • points The coach emphasized the importance of points in basketball.
  • pounds I weigh 176 pounds.
  • pans
  • opens
  • ponds In the park there are several ponds where people can enjoy a peaceful afternoon.
  • spoons My mom gave us spoons for our tea party.
  • pounces
  • pours The rain pours down from the sky.
  • pouts Phoebe pouted when her food arrived cold.
  • PUNS I'm not going to help you with your puns.
  • POOS
  • peens
  • panes
  • nouns A noun is a word that names a person, place, thing, or quality.
  • pones The student placed the pie on the desk.

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