Common misspellings for pound:

eound, thouand, jouned, ound, rpund, spond, apound, piunt, poind, pmand, poqd, wepond, poung, pounnds, souond, fpund, ponda, hapand, piund, pownd, souind, ppounds, powned, aound, rround, pouint, punit, pround, pouns, poalnd, ypoung, payind, poounds, depond, repound, ruond, apond, rouund, thouend, opend, wround, yound, tound, pongdue, ponuds, pojnt, dound, piunds, youneed, suond, woundd, opoened, prooud, gound, uoand, copunty, poundon, shound, spoend, ponty, copound, wpould, soundd, theound, spound, 2pounds, coupound, arpound, apund, porchand, roiund, pointd, poun, 2pound, riound, 5pound, knownd, hopind, spund, woound, pinut, ownwd, youand, pourd, soiund, ponde, roound, parnoid, pund, cound, prind, poond, 1pound, topend, siound, poened, puonds, poutdoor, thound, poud, poiunds, mponday, lound, pouned, poued, pohne, prond, yount, ponybot, paind, hapond, soound, pfind, youn't, rouond, polnad, thunda, pounder, 10pound, aournd, souund, pouunds, ouned, hopand, pouinds, puniti, poiunt, poynt, aeound, puond, poound, ronud, paunds, poined, pooland, upond, nound, poundes, poont, poned, pount, fopund, poundin, vound, mopnday, ponamt, porcd, poteni, 5pounds, proundy, roundd, roundy, upound, 0ound, pkund, ppund, p0und, p9und, poynd, po8nd, po7nd, poubd, poumd, poujd, pouhd, pounx, pounf, pounr, opound, lpound, plound, -pound, p-ound, 0pound, p0ound, piound, poiund, pkound, pokund, polund, ppound, popund, po0und, p9ound, po9und, poyund, pouynd, pohund, pouhnd, pojund, poujnd, pouind, po8und, pou8nd, po7und, pou7nd, poubnd, pounbd, poumnd, pounmd, pounjd, pounhd, pounsd, pounds, pounxd, poundx, poundc, pounfd, poundf, pounrd, poundr, opund, ponud, poudn, pouund, pounnd, poundd, qound, pgund, pmund, pnund, po5nd, poend, poqnd, potnd, pou.d, pould, pouod, pounl, po und, pou nd, poun d.

Definition of pound:

Usage examples for pound

  1. A pound note looks big to the average Englishman.  The War After the War by Isaac Frederick Marcosson
  2. I handed Jack the $ 100 and the twelve- pound Tommy.  Forty Years a Gambler on the Mississippi by George H. Devol
  3. " Let's pound on the gate, and show them we mean to get in," said Stephen, angry- eyed.  The Golden Silence by C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
  4. " Look what water is in the pound," he said.  Ovington's Bank by Stanley J. Weyman