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How Do You Spell HAGGARD?

Correct spelling for the English word "haggard" is [h_ˈa_ɡ_ə_d], [hˈaɡəd], [hˈaɡəd]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of HAGGARD

  1. hag'ard, n. a stackyard. [Hay-yard.]

Common Misspellings for HAGGARD

Below is the list of 205 misspellings for the word "haggard".

Usage Examples for HAGGARD

  1. He could only remember very faintly, but there was something in it about a gray woman who had visited his mother in all her sad hours, a woman with a pale and haggard face, and dark, tear- stained eyes. - "Dame Care" by Hermann Sudermann
  2. There was a sort of a smith, who looking at me with a wild haggard look, struck the horse a blow on the back, just as I had got upon him, which made him give a leap. - "The Autobiography of Madame Guyon" by Jeanne Marie Bouvier de La Motte Guyon
  3. It was a lean haggard animal, not much larger than a pony; it had good points, however, and was very clean in its hinder legs, and Martin insisted that it was the best animal of its kind in all Spain. - "The Bible in Spain" by George Borrow
  4. There are some women to whom a haggard look is becoming; she is one of them. - "The Deluge" by David Graham Phillips
  5. " No, no," he said rising, and his face was haggard somewhat; " but- but it is not pleasant to come to say good- by-" " You must not take it so seriously as that," she said, with a friendly smile. - "Macleod of Dare" by William Black
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