- She was surounded by the surprize and glad, couldn't say any words.
- I was surpriz'd with a noise of a gun as I thought fir'd at sea.
- Even after I had got the first handful of seed-corn, which, as I have said, came up unexpectedly, and indeed to a surprize.
- But I was surpriz'd, when coming to my heap of grapes, which were so rich and fine when I gather'd them, I found them all spread about, trod to pieces, and dragg'd about, some here, some there, and abundance eaten and devour'd.
- There are some big or small surprize,
- I took him by surprize with my arm under his twist, and tost him clear over-board into the sea;