What is the correct spelling for HARRED?

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Correct spellings for HARRED

  • barred Was she then barred out forever from those people, and all for Freke, while even the happiness of being with him was denied her?
  • charred Mute and annihilated, his charred body dropped beside that of his mate.
  • harmed I promise you won't be harmed .
  • harried This last named tribe had recently harried the remote settlers, and committed depredations on the outskirts of the white settlements eastward.
  • hatred Sometimes Russell thought of other things besides his growing hatred of the old man.
  • hired It is probably one hired for the occasion."
  • horrid 8. His manners are horrid .
  • hurried He hurried back when he learned that ye were to visit him.
  • marred His fortune was yet to be made, and who could say but that its making might yet be marred ?
  • Haired Is it the auburn haired young lady?"
  • Harped Now they form a convivial currency, and are brought forward on all occasions; they link our whole community together in good-humor and good-fellowship; they are the rallying points of home feeling; the seasoning of our civic festivities; the staple of local tales and local pleasantries; and are so harped upon by our writers of popular fiction that I find myself almost crowded off the legendary ground which I was the first to explore by the host who have followed in my footsteps.
  • Jarred His exact words, however, were: "You know how I have always hated slang, how it has jarred upon me, often to your amusement, when you have used it.
  • Tarred I then wrote the substance of our misfortune in the log-book, and also a letter to my mother; rolled them up in a piece of tarred canvas; and, assisted by the carpenter, put the package into a tight keg, thinking that this might probably be thrown on shore, and thus our friends might perhaps know of our end."
  • Warred To the victor be that crown for which we have warred for ages.
  • Harriet Even Lady Harriet realized that, though she had never seen so much colour in the girl's face before.
  • harked Bryce's thoughts harked back to that first season of logging in the San Hedrin, when the cloud-burst had caught the river filled with Cardigan logs and whirled them down to the bay, to crash through the log-boom at tidewater and continue out to the open sea.
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56 words made from the letters HARRED