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- grazed A few years ago, many of the sheep in the northern part of Wales had become quite wild, and they usually grazed in parties of twelve to twenty, always having a sentinel so stationed as to command a prominent view of the surrounding territory.
- harassed I don't think they fetched much, but Hugo looked a little less harassed after he'd got them.
- harried They were all alike, they took everything they could carry; they burned, harried, violated, tortured, and killed, until everything English was brought to the verge of ruin.
- harris "'"Anarchism and Socialism," Harris.
- hazard If the plan had succeeded, here was an expense of 500 pounds incurred, at the time when money was most particularly wanted, and great hazard run; and all because the queen could not be satisfied with such a dressing-case as other ladies use.
- herald This ridiculous but somewhat amusing incident was therefore brought to an end by the following letter: "To the Editor of the New York Herald, Paris.
- herod The Temple and the more northern portions are hid by the slope of Olivet on the right; what is seen is only Mount Zion, covered with houses to its base, surmounted by the castle of Herod on the supposed site of the palace of David, from which that portion of Jerusalem, emphatically 'The City of David,' derived its name.
- hired They learned, too, that he had hired Rs.
- horace "That little girl," said Horace-"does she belong to the house?"
- horrid I saw the whole horrid, empty game of the stage.
- razed The towns-people were either put to death or dispersed for their hasty judgment upon the supposed assassins, the palace was razed to the ground, the flourishing town turned into a desert, and the Dowager Czarina forced into a convent.