Did you perchance mean found?
- From Middle English gound, gownde, from Old English gund ("matter, pus, poison"), from Proto-Germanic *gundaz (“sore, boil”), from Proto-Indo-European *gʰendʰ- (“ulcer, sore, abscess, boil”). Cognate with Old High German gunt ("purulent matter"), Norwegian dialectal gund ("the scab of an ulcer"). (Wiktionary)
“I suppose it could just be restricted from public gound though.”
“Not a bad concept, yes, probably fertile gound for good sf.”
“I have no way to guess what that would look like or when it will happen. but it is well to keep an ear to the gound vb Says:”
“When faced with difficult times they resort to what they do best act! when he totally drives CAL-LYE-FORN-NYE-A into the gound ... oops ocean I'm sure his press release will say .....”
“I need one information and I will be very glad if you could tell the name of this Maharastrian dish I've been cooking and having since quite some time its made from methi leaves, grinded green chillies & garlic and roasted & granded gound nut.”
“There can be no "reform" without a public option so olets hope he stands his gound.”
“Yes | No | Report from bear hunter wrote 51 weeks 4 days ago one with a full choke Perfect for gound swating grouse”
“Once on the gound, the antelope headed out of Dodge and the young man emptied his rifle as he cruised out to about 300 yards ... all misses.”
“Yahoo remains one of the biggest destinations on the internet but has lost gound with advertisers and audience to Google, Facebook and services like Twitter.”
“Here we go again .... the news media has found another subject to pound into the gound, calling it newsworthy and inflating the subject WAY out of proportion.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘gound’.
Substances that accumulate on the human body, whether we want them to or not.
Yes. Yes it does.
Items of little or no value that are left behind by physical or biological processes other than passing through an alimentary canal. See also Valse's Leftovers and reesetee's Hogwash! for other tak...
These are words that I enjoy because they are unique, rare, long, or just cool.
"Fornication" is not equal to "formication".
Words with funny meaning, spelling or both.
Vocabulary from Peter Novobatzky's and Ammon Shea's highly entertaining book of words I wish I could use in conversation.
descriptive eye words
Human body sheddings, secretions, and offscum. Sometimes we gotta exuviate!
off the gound is a list of eye booger words made by trivet.
wordie words / in progress...
Names for things that should have them and names for things I didn't know needed one.
Words whose definitions I need to memorize. And use in regular conversation. Oh, yeah.
Looking for tweets for gound.