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How Do You Spell FLOUNDER?

Correct spelling for the English word "flounder" is [flˈa͡ʊndə], [flˈa‍ʊndə], [f_l_ˈaʊ_n_d_ə]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of FLOUNDER

  1. A flatfish of the family Pleuronectidae, of many species.

Common Misspellings for FLOUNDER

Below is the list of 193 misspellings for the word "flounder".

  • founde
  • flouder
  • volounteer
  • flunent
  • followingorder
  • floornot
  • flund
  • floder
  • cvolunteer
  • flound
  • forunder
  • forlorned
  • fiunder
  • lounder
  • foudned
  • londer
  • flonder
  • flount
  • frounteer
  • volounter
  • foulder
  • feellindg
  • folund
  • dlounder
  • clounder
  • vlounder
  • glounder
  • tlounder
  • rlounder
  • fkounder
  • fpounder
  • foounder
  • fliunder
  • flkunder
  • fllunder
  • flpunder
  • fl0under
  • fl9under
  • floynder
  • flohnder
  • flojnder
  • floinder
  • flo8nder
  • flo7nder
  • floubder
  • floumder
  • floujder
  • flouhder
  • flounser
  • flounxer
  • flounfer
  • flounrer
  • flouneer
  • floundwr
  • floundsr
  • flounddr
  • floundrr
  • flound4r
  • flound3r
  • floundee
  • flounded
  • floundef
  • floundet
  • flounde5
  • flounde4
  • dflounder
  • fdlounder
  • cflounder
  • fclounder
  • vflounder
  • fvlounder
  • gflounder
  • fglounder
  • tflounder
  • ftlounder
  • rflounder
  • frlounder
  • fklounder
  • flkounder
  • fplounder
  • flpounder
  • folounder
  • floounder
  • fliounder
  • floiunder
  • flokunder
  • fllounder
  • flolunder
  • flopunder
  • fl0ounder
  • flo0under
  • fl9ounder
  • flo9under
  • floyunder
  • flouynder
  • flohunder
  • flouhnder
  • flojunder
  • floujnder
  • flouinder
  • flo8under
  • flou8nder
  • flo7under
  • flou7nder
  • floubnder
  • flounbder
  • floumnder
  • flounmder
  • flounjder
  • flounhder
  • flounsder
  • floundser
  • flounxder
  • floundxer
  • flouncder
  • floundcer
  • flounfder
  • floundfer
  • flounrder
  • floundrer
  • flouneder
  • floundeer
  • floundwer
  • floundewr
  • floundesr
  • floundder
  • floundedr
  • flounderr
  • flound4er
  • flounde4r
  • flound3er
  • flounde3r
  • floundere
  • flounderd
  • floundefr
  • flounderf
  • floundetr
  • floundert
  • flounde5r
  • flounder5
  • flounder4
  • flouner
  • floundr
  • lfounder
  • folunder
  • fluonder
  • flonuder
  • floudner
  • flounedr
  • floundre
  • fflounder
  • flouunder
  • flounnder
  • flounder
  • nlounder
  • fdounder
  • fhounder
  • fnounder
  • fmounder
  • flgunder
  • flmunder
  • flnunder
  • flo5nder
  • floender
  • floqnder
  • flownder
  • flotnder
  • flou.der
  • floufder
  • floulder
  • flouoder
  • flounter
  • flounler
  • floundur
  • floundmr
  • floundar
  • floundgr
  • flounde2
  • floundeb
  • floundez
  • floundev
  • floundep
  • floundes
  • flowunder
  • f lounder
  • fl ounder
  • flo under
  • flou nder
  • floun der
  • flound er
  • flounde r
  • volounteer
  • forlorned

Usage Examples for FLOUNDER

  1. We'll find him down at the bottom of the quarry, dead as a flounder. - "Frank Merriwell's Chums" by Burt L. Standish
  2. His motives are so simple and direct that he finds a straight and easy course where another man, whose eye is less single, would flounder and hesitate. - "Camping & Tramping with Roosevelt" by John Burroughs
  3. We see one another once or twice under exceptionally deceptive circumstances; we are struck at first sight with something that attracts us on either side; we find the attraction is mutual; we flounder at once into a declaration of undying attachment; we get married, and on the whole we generally find we were right after all, in spite of our precipitancy, and we live happily ever afterwards. - "The Beckoning Hand and Other Stories The Beckoning Hand--Lucretia--The Third Time--The Gold Wulfric--My Uncle's Will--The Two Carnegies--Olga Davidoff's Husband--John Cann's Treasure--Isaline and I--Professor Milliter's Dilemma--In Strict Confidence--The " by Grant Allen
  4. Here, in his eagerness to gratify his palate with the pungent condiment, he would press farther and farther into the treacherous quagmire, till he began to sink, and then, in his terror, he would plunge and flounder, getting more and more deeply bemired, till at length he could struggle no more, and the bog would close over him, and he would be no more seen till some spectacled geologist of this nineteenth century, note- book in hand, would go and dig up his remains, marvelling at the freshness with which they had been preserved in the antiseptic peat. - "The Romance of Natural History, Second Series" by Philip Henry Gosse
  5. So deftly that, for the life of him, the spectator could not see how it was done, Terry went over again as " flat as a flounder." - "The Hunters of the Ozark" by Edward S. Ellis
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