I believe so. Example: The CHOIR sounded heavenly. It would be a noun then.
i think this question sounded better in your head
No one really knows where it originated or what it sounded like in the past.
yes he is going to go country because he liked the way he sounded when he recorded" that should be me ".
I believe so. I accidentally squeezed my hamster too hard, and it sounded like a burp.
In depends on context. If the sentence structure is like this:He sounded the alarm, then sounded is an action verb. If the sentence structure is like this:He sounded sad, then sounded is a linking verb.
another word for sounded could be you had heard something instead of sounded.
Yes, he did believe that - although his 'blockading' of the Southern ports sounded rather like operations against a foreign power.
Honestly I think all of them can't sing and it is autotune. If you don't believe me listen to how they sounded at the KCAs.
At the entrance of the zoo it sounded like a lion roared.
Sounded is a verb. It's the past tense of sound.
I believe you mean the Spanish letter "ñ" (sounded EHN-yea). The mark above the letter is called a "tilde". (TIHL-day).
The words sound and sounded have an OU/OW vowel sound, or "ow."In sounded, the -ed has a schwa or unstressed sound (uhd/ehd/ihd).
It might be, rarely, as in sounded vowels as opposed to silent ones.The word sounded is the past tense and past participle of the verb to sound, and these participles are often used as adjectives.
Groupings of several pitches sounded simultaneously is called what?
It was originally suggested that the phones be called "StrawBerries" because the numerous buttons reminded the marketing dept of the little seeds on a strawberry. It was decided that "StrawBerry" sounded too country, so they went with "BlackBerry" instead, which sounded much more business-like.
The past tense of sound is sounded. e.g. The car's battery sounded like it was dying.
at ten past one
The first Toyota Tundra was revealed in 1999 but was released to the public in 2000. It had an original name of T150, but that idea was recalled as it sounded too similar to the Ford's F150.
It is sounded out as: CATE-IN