What is the correct spelling for HAMOCK?

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Correct spellings for HAMOCK

  • amok As he ran on, crying out in his frenzy, Amok -amok-amok!
  • hack Tender compassion was in every line of her tense body, but as their gaze met she tried to smile, bravely and cheerfully, and until the hack swung round the corner, there was her hand waving him farewell.
  • haddock This is a cod and haddock ground from June to November.
  • ham I've got a ham on b'ilin', an'-my suz!
  • hammock He went below, and, climbing painfully into his hammock , gave himself over to misery and mal-de-mer.
  • hark There standeth our ancient enemy; Hark !
  • hassock She presented the appearance, as she sat on the wicker hassock , of a person who had had little experience with dragons.
  • havoc Mrs. Ralston nearly wept when she saw her, so shocked was she by the havoc that strange month had wrought.
  • hawk The officers and crew of the Hawk treated us with the greatest kindness; most of our poor fellows, indeed, required help, and were unable to move about the deck by themselves.
  • haycock The eldest took his turn first, but after having watched all night fell asleep towards morning, when he awoke to find another haycock missing.
  • heck And who the heck are you?
  • hemlock This is the way it all looks and seems to me, sitting over under the big hemlock , out of sight, and watching the birds through my field-glass.
  • hick
  • hmo
  • hock The friendship between Hock and Archie was the wonder of the town.
  • hook But the younger brother said he had had no luck and had lost the hook in the sea.
  • huck Can you imagine Huck Finn with a tickler, tellin' him when to tie up the raft to a tow-head and when to take a swim?
  • hummock When he clambered out on the hummock he shook his coat and turned round and gazed calmly at his master.
  • mack Thank you, Doctor Mack .
  • mock Mavering treated it as the best kind of joke, and he was confirmed in this view of it by her laughing with him, after a first glance of what he thought mock piteousness.
  • muck Then said Christiana, Burn some, and make muck of the rest.
  • smack A minute latter a splash was heard in the water, and in a very short time the line connecting the boat with the smack tightened, and those on board knew that she had been brought up by her anchor.
  • smock I don't much like living in a cellar and wearing a smock frock; but those concealments have something interesting in them, after all!
  • Haymow Creed had come out here to the barn to lock up-he always did that himself-when he noticed something unusual about the haymow-this haymow-which stood then about six feet above the barn floor.
  • Hummocky At the corner which consumed so much of his attention, the dry ditch ran along the cliff wall about fifty feet out; between it and the wall was good level ground, on the other side huge rocks and shale made it hummocky, practically impassable for a horse.
  • hammocks We were just turning into our hammocks , the other watch having been called, when we heard the canvas flap loudly against the masts, and were summoned on deck again to take in studding-sails.
  • hummocks Long after sunset, as we were about to camp, a bear was sighted advancing on us behind a line of hummocks .
  • hoick
  • rotters
  • rubberstamped
  • rubberstamping

51 words made from the letters HAMOCK