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  • earmuff Chester Greenwood (1858-1937), is locally famous as the inventor of the earmuff , which were manufactured at a local factory and shipped across the colder parts of North America.
  • haifa Education Graduated a few semesters in the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa .
  • half 9758. Did she give you a half of it in cash?
  • ham I attempted next to cut a cheese, but this was frozen as hard as the ham .
  • haman I will hang him now higher than Haman , just to show Queen Esther that it can be done.
  • hammer Turning with a start, he dropped his hammer .
  • hammy Even Hammy and Berta can tell you the whole story about Noah, and the raven-and the dove."
  • harm I told her I saw no harm in it, but I should just like to hear from yourself.
  • harmed Get Chandra Dass, whatever you do, but see that his prisoners are not harmed .
  • harmful Miss Abbott ridicules the idea that the small-waisted dress is harmful to the wearer.
  • harmfully We may, however, note some ways in which school practices tend to interrupt consecutiveness of language and thereby interfere harmfully with systematic reflection.
  • harmony It would, at least, be very much out of harmony with his usual conduct.
  • harvey 11, 12 Harvey , William, v.
  • Harming "Is it treason for a small community to live quietly here in the Alsatian hills, harming nobody, asking nothing save freedom of thought?
  • Haymow You might as well look for a needle in a haymow.
  • Humph The trader's answer was short, and when the other showed no intention of pressing the subject further he sauntered away; but no sooner was he out of hearing than Stark said: Humph !
  • Harmon And then it turned out that John Rokesmith was not only Julius Handford, but John Harmon himself, much to Mr. Inspector's astonishment.
  • harms The sea had saved a poor little fool From life and all its harms , Her body lay in a lonely pool- Not in a lover's arms.
  • hams Old hams appeared, cured by private recipes that had become traditions.
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59 words made from the letters HARMFU

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