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Correct spellings for HAEAVY

  • chevy 'When this reign of terror is at its height, the local eye is rolled appealin'ly towards us Chevy Chasers.
  • haifa He has been suffering of late from ill-health which has interfered with the unique and most valuable work he has been doing in Haifa.
  • haley Then you don't think it would be any harm for me to tell Mr. Haley I think I could live on eighteen hundred dollars a year, until he gets sent to a larger church?
  • harvey Respectfully yours, Harvey H. Wilkins.
  • have But I have it now.
  • hay Hay, but with others it is not.
  • heady After all, something like that is pretty heady stuff.
  • hear I could hear him wantin' to do it.
  • heave With a lift and a heave he threw a bag into a wagon.
  • heaven When the boy came-Billy-she thought Heaven had smiled upon her at last.
  • heaver "It's the fourth house from here to the right," said my friend, and the coal-heaver thanked him and went away.
  • heaves Would you think that the spirit which heaves in that light frame, and glances in those soft eyes, held such cruel power?
  • heavily Tom began to drink heavily.
  • heavy They are too heavy for a hand like yours.
  • Hey "Oh, he ain't, hey?
  • Huey Homer, did not write for children, 68; Hazlitt on, 141; his works, 64, 66, 67; Keats's sonnet on, 108, 109; not out of date, 77; why his works are divided into books, 83. Horace, hated by Byron, 68; his works, 69; in Bodoni's 1791 edition, 129, 130; more modern than the Puritans, 69, than Dante, 70. Houghton, Mifflin and Company, publish books resembling Chinese, 87, 88. Hours, books of, dainty volumes, 20. House of Representatives Library, size in 1875, 104. Hudson, Henry Norman, his edition of Shakespeare, 71, 72. Huey, Edmund Burke, his "Psychology and pedagogy of reading," commended, 124. Hull, Mass.
  • heaved "You've 'ad yer way wi' me;" and he heaved a sigh that was as loud as a groan.
  • Haney "That spoils my shooting now," Mose said to Haney.
  • heavier Then our men dug in, and the rain, which had begun on the afternoon of the battle, grew heavier.
  • am offensive
  • in-advisability
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