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  • ally "I believe she wants Clare to hate me," he suddenly revealed to himself, and, with that, all hope of her as an ally vanished.
  • hail I intended every now and then to give him a hail , when it occurred to me that our voices might attract any blacks passing at a distance, and that we should thus increase the risk of being killed by them.
  • hale When the trial was about to commence, Hale remembered the name of the gentleman and inquired if he was the person from whom the venison had been received.
  • haley "I hope so," returned Nelson Haley , with some sarcasm.
  • hall He saw Julia only for a moment in the hall .
  • halley No Halley then lived to make so curious a calculation.
  • halloo Remember that a word might raise suspicion, and that in a case like this-Halloo, what's that?
  • hallow Others that have come into general use are "Earth has nothing sweet or fair," "Thy soul, O Jesus, hallow me," "Come, follow me, the Saviour spake," "Jesus, Saviour, come to me," "Thou holiest Love, whom most I love," and "Loving Shepherd, kind and true."
  • halo Surrounded by the halo of memory, they afterwards seemed to him primitive gentlemen worthy of King Arthur's Round Table.
  • haply "And haply thou hast never thought To vex, or make me feel forsaken; But, since to thee the thing was nought, Supposed 'twould be as gaily taken, As lightly brought.
  • hardly When they had been children, one had hardly ever cried without the other.
  • harlow Robert Harlow was deputed by Parliament to carry out the work.
  • harshly At last she said, I am sorry I spoke harshly to him, since, driven as he was by circumstances, I cannot see how he could have acted otherwise than he did.
  • haul 10,797. But you believe you could learn to haul them in while sailing also?
  • hill "Now, Reddy, you run across the bridge and watch from the top of the little hill over there.
  • hilly Road's getting a bit hilly ."
  • holly The Maiden Matanuska, robed in shimmering gossamer white, her golden hair, that fell about her like a cloak, crowned with a wreath of leaves, and in her hand a holly branch, looked like some angel newly come from paradise.
  • holy If he is holy , then he will be willing to help.
  • hourly Why, with the whole Heath before them, the children on their way to or from school should make our doorstep their playground I didn't know; but they did, and it needed no gift of prophecy to see that when the schools closed later in the summer they would be an almost hourly nuisance.
  • hull "As I can't see her hull clearly, were I perfectly acquainted with her I should be unable to answer your questions, monsieur," I replied.
  • hurl His wife rose, trembling with agitation, to make a last appeal, and laying her hand upon his arm, she exclaimed, "Let me solemnly implore you to desist from this purpose; it cannot thrive-even should the King fall, you cannot succeed to his throne; the nobles and people would rise up in one body against you, and hurl you, with your few friends, to destruction.
  • rally And there was a rally of real hope, or a bold bid for it, when his old self spoke in his words: "Why does that solemn old fool of a Scotch doctor want to put such a bad face on the matter?
  • Hardily Straying aimlessly along the desolate shore, the boy pondered, nervous now of many risks he had braved hardily.
  • Hal As he held her thus, she said softly, "Promise me, Harry-dear old Hal -promise me this!"
  • Harley The successor of Nottingham was Robert Harley , afterwards created Earl of Oxford and Mortimer.
  • Hurley I've been in the same room when Hurley worked his gun once.
  • Hallie I only wish Hallie could hev some of 'em."
  • Holley Christ, says Mr. Holley , is a perfect revelation for the individual, but not for the social organism.
  • halls And spent his time in playing in the beer halls for the drinks.
  • he'll He'll make it or he won't.

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