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Suprise vs. Surprise

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  • Suprise (noun)

    misspelling of surprise

  • Suprise (verb)

    misspelling of surprise

  • Surprise (noun)

    Something not expected.

    "It was a surprise to find out I owed twice as much as I thought I did."

  • Surprise (noun)

    Unexpected.

    "The surprise attack was devastating."

  • Surprise (noun)

    The feeling that something unexpected has happened.

    "Imagine my surprise on learning I owed twice as much as I thought I did."

  • Surprise (noun)

    A dish covered with a crust of raised pastry, but with no other contents.

  • Surprise (verb)

    To cause (someone) to feel unusually alarmed or delighted.

    "It surprises me that I owe twice as much as I thought I did."

  • Surprise (verb)

    To do something to (a person) that they are not expecting, as a surprise.

    "He doesn’t know that I’m in the country – I thought I’d turn up at his house and surprise him."

  • Surprise (verb)

    To undergo or witness something unexpected.

    "He doesn’t surprise easily."

  • Surprise (verb)

    To cause surprise.

  • Surprise (verb)

    To attack unexpectedly.

  • Surprise (verb)

    To take unawares.

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