Common misspellings for wound:

eound, wowned, wounce, thouand, jouned, ound, wond, womand, woude, owend, wo0uld, withount, woudn't, woutd, woulent, swund, wouid, workaound, wepond, wuold, wiend, souond, 2011would, woudent, wayaround, worid, souind, aound, workind, wourd, rround, woould, youwon't, whould, wonem, wondr, iwont, woiud, withoud, wenough, ownned, ruond, rouund, wouud, thouend, won''t, woued, wondow, wonjt, woudned, wayand, wround, wouned, woung, yound, wo9uld, tound, woun't, dound, wonmb, nowand, youneed, suond, whoud, womend, woundd, woint, gound, uoand, whend, wonna, shound, woond, vonda, wo'nt, woundeed, wournos, woukd, woumd, wouldd, wiondow, soundd, theound, woulld, whount, woul'd, roiund, wrond, woud, woon't, whosn't, wolud, woned, 2pound, riound, owened, 5pound, woulnt, wouujd, wornout, w3ould, knownd, wouled, wornder, woound, wouold, woun, woudnt, wouldi, wywud, ownwd, youand, whind, wopn't, soiund, vondo, wonde, fwund, woudunt, woundes, woulud, woute, roound, ownde, wouyld, cound, won'y, worne, waunder, wounld, wornd, 1pound, wontid, siound, wounder, thound, wonnder, woudnnit, whohad, lound, woant, wwould, yount, wauna, worn't, workand, wouod, waont, woudn, wonuld, wornt, awayand, soound, wonot, wedndy, wonlt, youwant, youn't, whont, woulod, wanut, wonte, rouond, thunda, wouren't, wudnt, 10pound, aournd, wondor, souund, ouned, warnd, wount, wonet, wouidn't, woudd, wontt, woulda, awound, wolnt, wonam, woulnd, aeound, puond, wouldw, worriend, poound, wonn't, ronud, wuould, fowend, ywould, woonds, wunna, wouuld, wonm't, nound, woinds, woundt, woodnt, wound't, woulddo, wundt, wonda, wounted, worned, woulid, womened, showand, wund, vound, roundd, roundy, wanda, weend, whuent, wihouit, whon't, woin't, woln't, won'r, wonh't, wonl't, wont't, wondur, wiont, woodn, 1would, wonld, woud'nt, wouden't, wouln't, wounf, wouneded, wkund, wlund, wpund, w0und, w9und, woynd, wohnd, wojnd, wo8nd, wo7nd, woubd, woujd, wouns, wounx, wounc, wounr, woune, qwound, wqound, waound, ewound, weound, 3wound, w3ound, 2wound, w2ound, wiound, woiund, wkound, wokund, wlound, wpound, wopund, w0ound, wo0und, w9ound, wo9und, woyund, wouynd, wohund, wouhnd, wojund, woujnd, wouind, wo8und, wou8nd, wo7und, wou7nd, woubnd, wounbd, woumnd, wounmd, wounjd, wounhd, wounsd, wounds, wounxd, woundx, wouncd, woundc, wounfd, woundf, wounrd, woundr, wounde, owund, wuond, wonud, wwound, wouund, wounnd, 7ound, wgund, wmund, wnund, wo5nd, woend, woqnd, wownd, wotnd, wou.d, woufd, wounl, w ound, wo und, wou nd, woun d.

Definition of wound:

Usage examples for wound

  1. At the last Sir Palamides gave Sir Lambegus such a wound that he fell down like a dead knight to the earth.  Le Morte D'Arthur, Volume I (of II) King Arthur and of his Noble Knights of the Round Table by Thomas Malory
  2. As she is going to take Father Bernardus with her, it is possible that the wound is serious.  The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith
  3. The trail wound up and up.  I Married a Ranger by Dama Margaret Smith
  4. He had a bad wound.  The Romantic by May Sinclair