Ounded

Ound´ed


a.1.Wavy; waving; curly.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The group was f ounded in 1993 by guitarist and vocalist Isaac Brock, bassist Eric Judy and drummer Jeremiah Green in Issaquah, Wash.
F ounded in 1971 by a guy with $3,000 and a good idea, I'm now a leading provider of payroll, human resources, insurance and benefits outsourcing solutions for small- to medium-sized businesses.
Five hundred quid a year to spend my night surr ounded by faded Hollyoaks stars and the cast of Desperate Scousewives sounds like a great deal.
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POP superstar Michael Jackson pledged last night to fight ``scurrilous and unf ounded'' allegations that he molested a 12-year-oldboy.
Jackson, 45, is believed to be working in Las Vegas but his spokesman, Stuart Backerman, said the sing er ``has already made arrang ements with the District Attorney to return to Santa Barbara to immediately confront and prove these charges unf ounded.'' He added: ``Michael would ne ver harm a child in any way.
Iain Duncan Smith who, to my own personal kno wledge, has been privately and variously denounced by some of his colleagues as a ``plonker'', ``useless'' and a ``no hoper'', has conf ounded his critics with local election victories way beyond even the part y's secret polls' predictions.
FEARS over high levels of a cancer chemical in chips, crisps and bread appear to be unf ounded, scientists said yesterday.