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  • art Why art thou, prince! The serpent of the field, by art And spells, is won from harming; But that which soils around the heart, Oh! who hath power of charming? – 'All Is Vanity,' Saith the Preacher by george gordon, lord byron
  • chart Chart of the Southern Hernifphere, showing Captain Cook's tracks, and those of some of the most distinguished navigators. Another kiss to say goodbye, Another cross upon a chart Another suitcase at the door Another crack in my heart. – Another Crack In My Heart by Fourteen 14
  • habit Even after the bells paused, the habit of effort kept the voices up. The birth of Black Magic, savin my people force of habit You can't find if you ain't never had it – The Prediction by Nas
  • haft
  • haida
  • hair Which lies not calm in eyes, or braided hair, But mocks the steady running of the hour, – Strange Meeting by Wilfred Owen
  • haircut Makes no difference if i look like a nut Every kid in the world is going to copy my haircut – I Want To Be A Popstar by jamie cullum
  • hairdo Huarachi sandals too A bushy bushy blonde hairdo – The Beach Boys Medley by the beach boys
  • hairnet
  • hairy You're lookin scarey, very hairy – Don't Be A Stranger by Graham Coxon
  • haiti
  • halt She came straight to the tree I sat in, and when close to it, but without a moment's halt, looked up, and I saw a sweet little face, white with terror-which somehow seemed, however, not for herself, but for me.
  • hard Then he is not a hard man, as some say?
  • hardy Accordingly, after grace had been said, and he saw that Hardy had not finished his dinner, but sat down again when the fellows had left the hall, he strolled out, meaning to wait for his victim outside, and seize upon him then and there; so he stopped on the steps outside the hall-door, and to pass the time, joined himself to one or two other men with whom he had a speaking acquaintance, who were also hanging about.
  • hart All right, Hart, what you say is true.
  • harte
  • hat
  • hate
  • hater
  • heard
  • heart
  • hearty
  • heat
  • heir
  • hilt
  • hint
  • hoard
  • hot
  • hurt
  • hut
  • shirt
  • Had I told him what I had told you.
  • Haired
  • Hast
  • Hid
  • Hist
  • Hadar
  • Hairs
  • HT
  • HIT
  • HARTS
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