Pounds

Common misspellings for pounds:

shounds, gournds, pojnts, copounds, opends, repounds, souneds, pioints, pounnds, 5points, ponda, souinds, gounds, piund, pownd, ppounds, opendays, pionts, punds, copunts, pinuts, pouns, roundys, pands, poounds, tounds, prouds, pouints, poinds, ponuds, piunds, soounds, souunds, gunds, ponits, poundon, poiints, pounders, pouds, 2pounds, punits, ounds, povides, cuponds, reponds, 2pound, couponds, soiunds, 5pound, 3points, thouands, sounids, opunds, spoends, poionts, poundfs, woundes, weaponds, peenuts, polands, depoends, 4points, pooints, saounds, weponds, suonds, poond, poundsof, 1pound, puonds, pinds, piouness, powns, 10points, poiunds, poinmts, pouned, pounts, poceeds, pointis, wepponds, pounder, 10pound, pouunds, thounds, pointsw, pounses, ponts, pouinds, penuts, puond, poound, spounts, paunds, dounds, poundes, counds, pandos, sounnds, poundin, soundss, xpands, jondus, nounds, pends, pochontas, pointss, poiunts, posada's, 5pounds, epounds, sopunds, spounds, spunds, oounds, 0ounds, pkunds, plunds, ppunds, p0unds, p9unds, pohnds, pojnds, po8nds, po7nds, poubds, poumds, poujds, pouhds, pounss, pounxs, pounfs, pounrs, pounes, poundz, poundw, opounds, lpounds, plounds, p-ounds, 0pounds, p0ounds, piounds, pkounds, pokunds, polunds, popunds, po0unds, p9ounds, po9unds, poyunds, pouynds, pohunds, pouhnds, pojunds, poujnds, po8unds, pou8nds, po7unds, pou7nds, poubnds, pounbds, poumnds, pounmds, pounjds, pounhds, pounsds, poundss, pounxds, poundxs, pouncds, poundcs, pounfds, pounrds, poundrs, pouneds, poundas, poundsa, poundzs, poundsz, poundsx, poundds, poundse, poundws, poundsw, poudns, pgunds, pmunds, pnunds, po5nds, poends, poqnds, pownds, potnds, pou.ds, poufds, poulds, pouods, pounls, pound3, poundq, po unds, pou nds, poun ds, pound s.

Usage examples for pounds

  1. As sure as you and me stand here, you shall have- you shall have a hundred pounds!  The Nether World by George Gissing
  2. Nothing but drink Sir, three hundred pounds in drink.  The Scornful Lady by Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher
  3. He weighed over three hundred pounds.  The Falls of Niagara and Other Famous Cataracts by George W. Holley
  4. I am a poor man, but I would cheerfully give fifty pounds to know where Nicol Brinn is at this moment.  Fire-Tongue by Sax Rohmer
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