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Correct spellings for HASHLY
- hail Once Ludlow and Trysail thought the cheers of seamen came on the thick air of the night; and once, again, either fancy or their senses told them they heard the menacing hail which commanded the outlaws to submit.
- hale Just what I said, Hale Oakham.
- haley Missis don't want dis yer Mas'r Haley to get Lizy's boy; dat's de go.
- hall And before the bewildered Mr. Stanhope could help himself, he was half dragged into the lighted hall, and the door shut between him and escape.
- halley It was a dispute concerning this question that Halley was sent over from London to Danzig to arbitrate.
- halo You have got to surround your expedition with a scientific halo.
- haply While thou art free Hope yet survives-a phantom, haply but Hope still.
- hardly I hardly know how to do without you.
- harsh "I shall be neither harsh, nor hard, nor unjust.
- harshly "How harshly thou always speakest about him!
- hash As the stranger groaned and moved Billy gave him another sharp tap with the tubing that seemed to settle his hash, as the boys later expressed it.
- rashly You owe it to me not to do this thing rashly.
- Hashed The first day, a leg of mutton boiled or roasted; second, cold; third, hashed; then, leg of mutton boiled; and so on.
- Ashley Most of them had gone with the plague, but a few had died from natural causes, and among these were the Earls of Craven and Ashley.
- Hal "There he is," cried Hal.
- Harley Lynette had brought these treasured possessions with her from Harley Street, leaving the ivory Crucifix hanging in its place above the vacant pillow.
- hashes Must Not Take-Rich soups or chowders, veal, pork, hashes, stews, turkey, potatoes, gravies, fried foods, liver, kidney; pickled, potted, corned or cured meats; salted, smoked or preserved fish; goose, duck, sausage, crabs, lobster, salmon, pies, pastry, candies, ice cream, cheese, nuts, ice water, malt or spirituous liquors.