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  • daily Saw her and the family almost daily.
  • early The hour was still early.
  • fairly Gordon was abroad fairly early.
  • gaily Again she laughed, gaily.
  • hail A novel of adventure warmed by a beautiful love episode that every reader will hail with delight.
  • hair Stas felt that his hair stood on end.
  • hairy Perfect love, she said to herself, watching with careful attention the approach of a hairy and rather awful caterpillar across the path towards her shoes, perfect love cast out a lot of things besides fear.
  • hale "I can't do that, though I'm very grateful indeed to Mrs. Hale," I said.
  • haley She listened to their tale of woe, and advised them; she admired the picture of the girl, and gave some wholesome counsel on the subject of traveling men's lonely wives; but she never went to dinner at the Haley House.
  • hall He went into the hall-stood for a moment under the stairs-and then called "Clare-Clare."
  • halley However, fortunately, Halley was able to prevail upon him to publish the third book also.
  • halo No halo of romance gathered about his name.
  • haply As he was thus, the Shaykh came to him, and seeing him distraught as to how he should do, said to him, "Tell me what is in thy mind; haply I may bring thee relief."
  • hardly We hardly knew where we were as it was.
  • hardy Master Hardy crossed the road.
  • harlow "We have met him," agreed Dr. Harlow cautiously.
  • harpy During the siege of Florence, Borgherini was absent, and the picture dealer, Giovanni Battista della Palla, who prowled like a harpy to carry off treasures for the King of France, made an effort to obtain these paintings by inducing the government to confiscate them and sell them to him.
  • harry "Of course we did," said Harry.
  • haul Adam, probably suspecting that something was wrong by having seen the boat haul up to get off the shore, was on the look-out for signals.
  • hazily Thus it came that Ralph saw ahead, hazily it is true, but he saw that the time had come when they must part.
  • highly But it was clear that both Sir Hugh and Captain Waveney were highly pleased with the way things were going.
  • hill He saw the door in the hill open and he walked in.
  • hilly The hilly and mountainous nature of the northern section naturally led to small holdings of land.
  • holly I should not be surprised to meet a cart filled with holly, or to hear the bells ringing for morning service.
  • holy Here lived the "Good Sir James"-Bruce's right-hand man, who strove to carry his heart to the Holy Land.
  • hourly Finally, in time, one becomes horribly cold, and one is daily, nay, hourly, prepared for the worst.
  • hurl The five front ranks marched with levelled spears, those behind prepared to hurl their darts over their heads.
  • Hal Hal, what was that for?
  • Harley Harley, Lord Oxford, was one of the first to appreciate its importance.
  • Hurley "Well, Mr. Hurley, after all your running after Miss Susan Foley, don't you think it's rather unfair to say horrid things about a respectable man like Aguilar?
  • Carly No, Carly, that won't do."
  • Hairs Long hairs denote age.
  • hails If, as I believe, she has been attacked, and has beaten the Frenchman off, she has of course proceeded on up channel; but if she has been taken, her captors have evidently headed at once for some French port, possibly having been near enough to have heard the hails that passed between us.
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