redound[ ri-dound ]SEE DEFINITION OF redound
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REDOUND
How are our grand intelligences to redound to the advantage of the nation?'
Any comparison of him with Mark must redound with great advantage to the former.
May this, by God's never-failing mercy, redound to his great service.
The king and the court entered eagerly into plans, which promised to redound greatly to the glory of France.
The question never occurs to them—Will this redound to the glory of God?
If Mardonius succeeds in his attempt, the glory of it will redound to you.
Eventually, this policy must redound to our credit and profit.
All must redound to the greatness of France and of the Republic.
That it would be his own loss, if he destroyed it, and redound to his utter dishonour.
Or, will it redound to her honor or to your's that I tell the story?