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  • ha The colouring too, is high-very high indeed, and the chiaroscuro is perfect-" "Ha!" Jag vet vad du vill ha Ja, ja, ja, ja – Izabelle - Ja Ja Ja by Absolute Kidz
  • hag He was on his way to the house of the Hag of the Wood who was then known as the Hag of the Ashes.
  • haj Amidst this bedlam din, Haj Ibrahim at length got a hearing, and mustered up courage enough to defend himself:-"You call your's a peaceful country,-How?
  • hake It is a good cod and hake ground in June and July.
  • hale The Judges Twisden, Chester, and no less a person than Sir Matthew Hale , appear to have concluded that his conviction was legal, that he could not be tried again, and that he must apply for pardon in the regular way.
  • ham In this manner they were conveyed to Ham -that is, they were made to perform more than a day's journey.
  • han An' woone sweet bud her han ' did pleaece Up where did droop the Seaevior's feaece; An' two she zet a-bloomen bright, Where reach'd His han ds o' left an' right; Two mwore feaeir blossoms, crimson dyed, Did mark the pleaeces ov his veet, An' woone did lie, a-smellen sweet, Up where the spear did wound the zide Ov Him that is the life ov all Greaeve sleepers, whether big or small.
  • hap He knew well the locality of Hap House, and he would be there early on the following morning.
  • hare Now take a look at your cousin, Jumper the Hare , and tell me how he differs from you.
  • hat He took off his hat and went swiftly away.
  • hate By Heauen Ile hate him euerlastingly, That bids me be of comfort any more.
  • have I have no talk.
  • haw You ah and you hem and you haw , but in the end you're a poor miserable social mugwump, conscious of your own magnificence and virtue, but nobody else ever can attain to your lofty plane.
  • hay At the mention of hay , Peter Rabbit sat bolt upright and his eyes were wide open with astonishment.
  • haze The low sun was shining redly through a golden haze , was sending long burning shafts across the glade where Charles was pacing.
  • he He turned to McAllen.
  • hie Believing they had found the object of their search they camped the night at Sah-ah-hie.
  • hue I know'd well enough, though, that if I didn't "hurra" for his name, the hue and cry was to be raised against me, and I was to be sacrificed, if possible.
  • Had They had forgotten him and left him-without a word.
  • Has It has come to that, has it?
  • Hal Hal laughed with seeming lightness.
  • Rae Rae noticed the contrast between his companion and the seamstress.
  • Mae Yes, Mae was feeling badly, heart-brokenly, all alone in her room.
  • NAE O' the contrar', the storm was like a freenly cloak til's grief, for upo' the ro'd he fell a greitin' an' compleenin' an' lamentin' lood, jeedgin' nae doobt, gien he thoucht at a', he micht du as he likit wi' naebody nigh.
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