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Correct spellings for HACED

  • acid
  • arced
  • chased Sisco got me laced Scorch a half a quart Then E&J get chased Bronx vigilantes, call us big willas – Sparkle (Mr. Midnight Mix) by Camp Lo
  • faced Run a mile wit a racist, they iced it, I aced it Placed it, right up in their face 'til they faced it – Fast Shadow by wu-tang clan
  • hades
  • hand Give me your hand , Mountjoy.
  • hard It will even bear hard things, but it must go.
  • harmed If he had hit on a girl commonly honest, she might not have harmed him-the contrary; cut his talons.
  • haste And why in such haste ?
  • hatched I had immediately a desire to save them, and bring them up tame; but I was afraid if I took them away before they were hatched , and a little strengthened under the hen, they would all die; so I let them remain till next day.
  • hate And yet you hate him?
  • hated I hated them from the moment I got there-I looked at them very little.
  • hater I'm sure, I-I think it's lovely to be a woman-hater.
  • hatted The mourners were following the six silk-hatted pall bearers into the street.
  • hayseed And then you'll get married and go and live in the rube house, and become a regular hayseed and-' She broke off suddenly, with a catch in her voice.
  • hazard I should think it was very possibly an early work by Tabachetti, but should be sorry to hazard a decided opinion.
  • haze Why, yes, I was afraid they wanted to haze you.
  • headed A man ran bare-headed out of the police station door as though he had been waiting for them.
  • healed Halsey soothed her as best he could, and the breach seemed healed .
  • heaped We fed them, we got them handkerchiefs, our good du Pont got them tubs, the cook heaped more coal on the fire, although it was very hot, and made soup in buckets, and then began a curious stage scene which I shall never forget.
  • heated Before they had gone much farther, his resentment was heated to the point of offense.
  • heed None of us think anything of what is said of us; we do not heed what we say of each other!
  • hexed
  • hued The monarch who ruled over this land was long-bearded, white-haired, and wore robes of bright-hued, rich stuffs, and slept in a garden where trees were hung with a thousand bells, which made exquisite music when shaken by the wind.
  • iced The Japanese cook had prepared a rich dinner, and the champagne was properly iced .
  • laced And they stayed there, she inside, he outside, their arms laced , their heads touching each other, the cheek of one resting on the cheek of the other.
  • Hacked A patch of the canvas covering was then hacked off, and I could now get my hand upon the unknown package that was resting on the top.
  • Had It is not to be had.
  • Haired Benedetto, greatly agitated, signed to a fair-haired young man, who had come to the house with him, and who now hastened to his side, his face radiant with emotion and joy.
  • Haled I could not help thinking of the distinguished A., the most fashionable B., the wealthy and respectable C., the sentimental D., and the man of the world E., who were present at the performance, whose distinguished patronage had called it into life, and who were then resting quietly in their beds, while these haggard servants of their pleasaunce were haled over the snow to punishment and ignominy.
  • Haloed And above, at an arched window, haloed by candle-light, the staring lady of the land, stiffened and relaxed, played out the last functions of her generous body, in return for the people's acclamation.
  • Harped When a thought of the match had first arisen in Sir Hugh's London house, Lady Clavering had been eager in praise of Lord Ongar, or eager in praise rather of the position which the future Lady Ongar might hold; but since the prize had been secured, since it had become plain that Julia was to be the greater woman of the two, she had harped sometimes on the other string.
  • Hashed My darling, that hashed mutton and those baked potatoes are too clear before my eyes.
  • Hast I must think over what thou hast told me.
  • Hasted Gunther's men hasted also for to serve them, and around him the host did gather all his knights.
  • Hauled I hauled on the rope myself to test it, and it held fast.
  • Hawed Mr. Castleford hummed and hawed, and perhaps wished he had seen my father before me; but I prevailed at last, and when the others came in from their drive, there was nothing to alloy the intelligence that Clarence had shown rare discernment, as well as great uprightness, steadfastness, and moral courage.
  • Hawked A number of ballads, serious and comic, Whig and Tory, dealing with the battles and other incidents of the long war, enjoyed a wide circulation in the newspapers, or were hawked about in printed broadsides.
  • Hazed A conceited boy at college is always thoroughly hazed until there's not a drop of conceit left, and it does him good.
  • Hied But in her struggles to get free, Sassy broke nearly all of the eggs under her, and finally hied herself out of the new coop and over the smoke-house to liberty.
  • Hissed "But-" Boyd hissed: "Malone!"
  • Hoaxed Firing under cover of that advantage, he did triple execution; for, in the first place, the distressing sympathy of the hearers with his distress of utterance won for him unavoidably the silence of deep attention; and then, whilst he had us all hoaxed into this attitude of mute suspense by an appearance of distress that he perhaps did not really feel, down came a plunging shot into the very thick of us, with ten times the effect it would else have had.
  • Hoed Two men, at work in the garden, hoed with long, easy strokes that lengthened in the slanting light.
  • Horsed Mr. Leeman there will have a chariot, fly, gig, anything, ready-horsed in three hours from now.
  • Housed During the days of their arrival, when they had to be met and housed and cared for, the visionary part of this great scheme had slowly faded before a somewhat grim reality.
  • Paced She could not remain quiet; she went to the window to look for him; then paced the room, trying to discover what she might believe.
  • Raced "There's trouble there," he said, and raced for the house.
  • Sauced
  • Hates
  • hailed Anyway, I'm thankful that one hailed crop won't clean me out."
  • heaved
  • MACED
  • ACED
  • HOSED
  • hammed
  • harked
  • hocked
  • hared
  • phased
  • hazer
  • he'd
  • dis-unified

19 words made from the letters HACED

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