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Correct spellings for HARSSED
- harassed It was noon before the chief awoke from the death-like sleep into which kind nature had plunged his long-harassed senses.
- harmed The girl who had never harmed a single person in her white life was dead-killed by the hardships to which she had been subjected.
- harnessed It is true that I discovered a kind of impatience, especially between Andrey Vassilievitch and Nikitin, the kind of restlessness that you see sometimes between two horses which are harnessed together.
- haste "Don't ask me, my dear, but make haste down.
- hayseed These fellows out here in this country are all crazy because Bryan's come from this state; and a few hayseed Populists who've always been Republican heretofore are going to vote for him.
- massed When the train whistled for Benton a hoarse and sustained shout ran through the mob, not from all lips, nor from any massed group, but taken up from man to man-a strange sound, the first note of calling Benton.
- Harped Martha harped for hours at a stretch on how economically she could conduct their small establishment, once they got into the house he had bound himself to buy in his days of affluence.
- Hashed Therefore mutton cold or hashed is her frequent portion.
- Hasted Into the elements which hasted to their several places, His Spirit infused vital warmth and caused the formless mass of matter to assume the figure of a sphere, and thus the Earth poised on her axis unsupported, and in darkness shrouded hung suspended in space.
- Hazed At this Harley shook off some of the gathering dizziness that hazed his mind.
- Hissed The deputy's helper pulled his chief's sleeve and hissed some rapid words of explanation, more fruit gathered from local gossip.
- Horsed As I rode along, I met a dignified looking person driving in a two-horsed carriage.
- Housed After all, he has housed me and fed me for years.
- Gassed At dawn the two tanks under Jacobs crawled forward into the gas and smoke, and, passing through the enemy barrage, dumped their loads of machine-gun ammunition among the advanced posts and returned with the crews slightly gassed but otherwise unharmed.