verb (used with or without object)
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Example sentences from the Web for stound
"Your father is nothing but an ache and a stound to you, lass," Sim would say in a whimper.
I'd be nothing but an ache and a stound to the lass, as I've olas been—nothing but an ache and a stound to them all.
I felt a stound of anguish at the words that might in other circumstances have been true but now were so remote from it.The Shoes of Fortune|Neil Munro
Stound; a stroke that suddenly over-powers and produces faintness.Letters of Samuel Rutherford|Samuel Rutherford
Suddenly there was a shock and stound all over the vessel, her progress was stopped, and a rocking vibration was felt everywhere.A Dark Night's Work|Elizabeth Gaskell