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  • hades And great is Rory Og O'More at sending the loons to hades White is sick and Grey has fled Now for Black Fitzwilliam's head We'll send it over dripping red to Liza and her ladies – Follow Me Up To Carlow / Holt's Way by Blood or Whiskey
  • hands So, I leave you in the best of hands In this most Chinese of wonderlands – At Your Feet by Unknown Author
  • humus
  • Mads
  • Hates the lovely loving and the hateful hates, the conversations with the flying plates – I Wish I Were In Love Again by Unknown Author
  • MAIDS Time was, blest Power! when youth and maids At peep of dawn would rise, And wander forth, in forest glades Thy birth to solemnize. – Ode, Composed On A May Morning by William Wordsworth
  • heads From green to green, in green -- live oaks' round heads, Busy with jays for thoughts -- grays, whites and reds – A Florida Sunday. by Sidney Lanier
  • homes get outcha homes n shake them bones – The Dome by LFO
  • hoods I was travelin to different cities, differeent hoods Sometimes in Arenas, Sometimes in the woods – Vogues by South Park Mexican
  • holds Listen as your day unfolds Challenge what the future holds – Got To Be Strong by Des'ree
  • halts
  • hoards
  • harms
  • hats Seeing a woman in their midst all conversation ceased, and the officers rose and hurriedly pulled on coats and removed hats.
  • humps The land of Kirzan or Guzan we can only attempt to fix by the tribute paid-camels with double humps.
  • heeds Let us not forget that the "bitter cry of the children" still goes up to heaven, and that civilization must hear, until at last it heeds, the imprecations of forever wasted years of millions of lives.
  • hinds Those hinds that were transformed to frogs Railed at Latona's twin-born progeny, Which after held the sun and moon in fee."
  • hums Several were clad in plain hum-hums and torn fustians.
  • herds We were soon satisfied, too, that there was no risk of running short of food, for several times we came upon herds of deer; although, as we approached them without care, they scampered off before we were near enough to get a shot.
  • hams Delicious hare loins and hams, cooked in pea soup, served as dessert.
  • HMS
  • HEMS
  • HIMS
  • HARTS
  • HODS
  • HOMOS
  • HUD'S
  • HYMNS
  • hafts
  • exprobated
  • see-through
  • in-taking
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