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How to use zounds in a sentence
Zounds, cousin, he talks to me, as if I were a scurvy tragedian.
Zounds, signor, I hope you are not in a passion, but I think you look six feet high again.
Look at the impudent son of a gipsy—Sat himself down—Zounds!
Zounds, madam, if you are resolved to be a drooping little figure till you die, you might at least do it in another street.The Little White Bird|J. M. Barrie
You are right—it was less than nothing—but in order to put aside useless discussion and to be frank, Zounds!A Romance of the West Indies|Eugne Sue