What is the correct spelling for GHIGH?
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Correct spellings for GHIGH
- ghee Yellow chrysanthemums in her glossy hair, a special diet of milk and curds and sweet cakes fried in ghee , and the outspoken congratulations of relatives, male and female, mark her entrance into the estate of womanhood.
- ghq Although Aiken had a continuously skeptical relationship with Mulcahy and the GHQ Staff when the first ever circular reached his command from the Minister of Defence on the Republic's 'New Army reorganization of 15 September 1921.
- gi 1–1% incidence) adverse effects include: Torsades de pointes Heart failure Liver failure GI perforation (may be fatal) Fistula formation
- gig Be it as it might, a lumbering barouche, with a pair of over-fed horses, was ordered next morning, instead of the high, old-fashioned gig which the soldier had proposed driving; and the safety of the two young people was confided to a sober old coachman, rather sulky at the prospect of a drive to Swampington so soon after the rainy weather. Thinking evil, is that just your normal gig Fueled by hatred, happy as a stuffed pig – Room For One More by anthrax
- nigh The distant noisy crowd could feel that the expected moment was drawing nigh .
- sigh The girl stopped a moment and a sigh caught her breath.
- thigh The women, in addition to the mantle of skins, wear a petticoat made of the cedar bark, which they attach round the girdle, and which reaches to the middle of the thigh .
- weigh You two together do not weigh much more than I do.
- whig But the circumstances of his trial and execution ought to have given an useful warning to the Whig leaders.
- Hugh Oh, Hugh , I ought to keep a friend-I who have so few friends-when I have got one!
- Keogh In 1882 an immense herd appeared on the high, level plateau on the north side of the Yellowstone which overlooks Miles City and Fort Keogh in the valley below.