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- badly "I am afraid I have explained myself badly. I try my best to get away from you so badly Knowing that I'd give my heart to you so gladly – Broken Record by katy b
- hail And still she shouted in ringing tones, "Hail, hail, Caesar!"
- hale This chief was in confinement at Lubuagan, but, to save his face, Governor Hale had enlarged him during our stay.
- haley "We'll hope for the best," and Nelson Haley laughed as usual.
- hall One morning the postman brought a letter to the Hall addressed to my mistress.
- halley Overhauling ancient observations, however, Halley found signs of the opposite state of things, for when he got far enough back Jupiter was accelerated and Saturn was being retarded.
- halo In such an atmosphere Julie had almost the halo of saintliness.
- halt Halt stare at pease!"
- handily He was about eighteen inches high, with long arms, covered with short hair, which he used as handily as a boy, flexible fingers, with flat nails, and a long tail, covered with hair, which seemed to answer the purpose of a third hand.
- handle We all get a handle, whether we like it or not.
- haply They fell upon the agonized face of her innocent slayer, but haply without intelligence or reproach.
- hardly I hardly should have know her anywhere else.
- hardy But, Hardy, now, really, did you ever know a bribe offered before?
- haul "Some of them ran to the water's edge and threw themselves in and others less frantic had to battle with them to haul them out.
- Had With that I had him goin'.
- Hardily 156. hardily is here used for sikerly, certainly; so also in E. 25.
- Hal "I didn't think anything about it," confessed Hal.
- Harley When I spoke to Dr. Harley, I had nothing like so much to tell.