What is the correct spelling for HARMACY?

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Correct spellings for HARMACY

  • haman "Perhaps my Lord Rippingdale could answer for Haman , then," returned his Majesty.
  • hammock We pulled alongside the frigate, the boats were hoisted up, and my watch being over, I turned in to my hammock .
  • hammy
  • harass Neither will I harass thy precious life With too considerable oscillations.
  • harm You are a great deal more likely to come to harm yourself."
  • harmed But you 've harmed some one else; that is enough.
  • harmony Here everything suggested harmony .
  • hearsay The countess knew of that room only by hearsay .
  • herman Sure, I know how you feel, Herman ."
  • hermes Near her chamber, to the west, lay the race-course with its horrible scenes; so she turned to the eastern end that looked out upon the street of Hermes , where the sight could scarcely be so terrible as from the windows at the opposite end.
  • horace "I don't think I ever tried," answered Horace .
  • pharmacy That I may be as little burthensome as possible, I would willingly serve in your shop, by which means I may save you the expense of a journeyman, or porter at least, for I understand a little pharmacy , having employed some of my leisure hours in the practice of that art, while I lived with Mr. Potion; neither am I altogether ignorant of surgery, which I have studied with great pleasure and application.
  • Harming In so far as it can be done by one man without harming his neighbours, the time has always come for the realisation of an idea.
  • Macy But I could not bear to part company so quickly and so I turned left instead, out Macy Street.
  • Marcy Marcy was there, so I told her to take him with her.
  • Harmon One day Father came to me and told me I must marry Captain Harmon .
  • harms "Any taint upon a woman's fame harms not her alone but all connected with her.
  • hammers Day and night, throughout Greece, the smiths' hammers clinked, and the smithy fires roared.
  • hams A number of hams were fished out by means of a hook attached to a long pole, and some even crawled under it to get their rations.
  • re-counts
  • right-abouts

78 words made from the letters HARMACY