Definition of Sownd

1. to faint [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: faint



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sownd

sowfing
sowfs
sowing
sowings
sowl
sowle
sowled
sowles
sowling
sowls
sowm
sowmed
sowming
sowms
sown
sownd (current term)
sownded
sownding
sownds
sowne
sownes
sowp
sowps
sowre
sows
sowse
sowsed
sowses
sowsing
sowsse

Literary usage of Sownd

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1. History of the College of St. John the Evangelist, Cambridge by Thomas Baker (1869)
"... during y" yeares of this lease a good sownd and well fedd brawne. 1564'. 250. Same date. ... sownd ..."

2. Merlin: A Middle-English Metrical Version of a French Romance by Henry Lovelich (1904)
"... J schal jow telle : win soon he is heyl and sownd jn flesch and feile. 5168 and }if he jow love as 30 suppose he do, he wyl non while now ben jow fro, ..."

3. A Collection of Documents on Spitzbergen & Greenland: Comprising a by Adam White, Friedrich Martens, Isaac de La Peyrère, Edward Pellham (1855)
"Having thus forsaken Green-harbour with a longing desire to recover Bell sownd (from thence distant some six- teene leagues to the Southward), ..."

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