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  • cachet 205, 33. Le cachet ...
  • hatched Nevertheless these normal-looking flies will give rise in a suitable environment to the same kind of flies as the very abnormal flies first hatched.
  • hatchet It is the mark you cut on the tree with your hatchet by which when you are on the trail you may tell your way back home again.
  • hushed Then the low voices were hushed.
  • machete Before getting below the cornice I thrust the machete through the earth, and found no opening, but a solid stone wall.
  • ratchet Yet the ratchet of time will work along its daily cogs, and doubtless bring it safe within our grasp.
  • sachet There is no necessary difference in artistic value between a good poem about a flower in the hedge and a good poem about the scent in a sachet.
  • yacht Nearer to the shore, indeed at no great distance from the pier-head, lay a white yacht, under steam.
  • Ached She set her teeth, she pressed her arms against her sides, and her knees together till they ached and trembled.
  • Hacked Its gray clap-boarding was hacked and scarred with knife and stone, and covered with mud and foul marks.
  • Hashed Why, if I was to let you go into the cotton mills as you are always begging to do you'd have every machine there out of order in less than a week and yourself hashed up into little pieces into the bargain.
  • Hitched We managed to get as far up as the cave, in which we placed Robinson, where he hitched himself to a jammed boulder at the back.
  • cached The men who ran whiskey across the line, cached it.
  • hashes Often have I enjoyed such a repast, after a sharp forenoon's ride; ay, and enjoyed it more than I have relished entertainments at which have figured turkies, oysters, hams, hashes, and other dishes, that have higher reputations.
  • hatches The same brooders can be used over and over as fast as the new hatches come out.
  • hatchets The larger of the two men had a knife, a heavy blade of a type that was common out here; many of the men used them as hatchets when necessary.
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