Definition of Redounds

1. Verb. (third-person singular of redound) ¹



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Definition of Redounds

1. redound [v] - See also: redound

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Redounds

redouble
redoubled
redoubler
redoublers
redoubles
redoubling
redoubt
redoubtable
redoubtably
redoubted
redoubting
redoubts
redound
redounded
redounding
redounds (current term)
redout
redouts
redowa
redowas
redownload
redownloaded
redownloading
redownloads
redox
redox electrode
redox indicator
redox potential
redox reaction
redox reactions

Literary usage of Redounds

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1. Elements of Political Economy by Arthur Latham Perry (1866)
"I am now prepared to prove that all increase of capital, while it redounds to the benefit of capitalists, redounds in a still higher degree to the benefit ..."

2. The Jamaica Movement: For Promoting the Enforcement of the Slave-trade by David Turnbull (1850)
"... redounds much to the credit of our labouring population for the manner in which they conducted themselves. The next in succession was the parish of ..."

3. The Works of Thomas Goodwin, D.D. by Thomas Goodwin (1863)
"The glory which redounds to God from this person's condescending to assume human nature, and that too in such a low condition, and meanest circumstances. ..."

4. The Antiquary (1873)
"... and this redounds as much to the credit of his modesty asan author, as to his practical knowledge and correct taste ; and there is, indeed, ..."

5. Synonyms Discriminated: A Complete Catalogue of Synonymous Words in the by Charles John Smith (1871)
"... majesty, and honour which for the public good, and 110 otherwise, redounds from a whole nation into one person ?"—Milton. ENDOWMENT. GIFT. PRESENT. ..."

6. Arrian's History of the Expedition of Alexander the Great, and Conquest of by Arrian, John Rooke (1812)
"upon by A story, when he might so easily have found out the truth, and cannot think it redounds to his honour, unless he deemed the fables and fictions of ..."

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