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Correct spellings for HASMADE

  • hamster
  • harmed I do not remember that you ever said anything that harmed me."
  • hasidim Hasidim and Mitnaggedim discovered that while they were fighting each other, a common enemy was undermining the ground on which they stood.
  • haste Today only this business in great haste.
  • hasty The two friends whispered a hasty "good-night," and each ran in the direction of home.
  • hayseed "Do you know," said Dora, as they went up the broad steps, sprinkled with straw and hayseed, "that what are called common cows are often really better than Alderneys, or Ayrshires, and those sorts?
  • hazard I had set my own and all my companions' lives upon a cast, and will stand the hazard of the die, and I may add that each one displayed at starting into the new unknown, the greatest desire and eagerness for our attempt.
  • homemade The gentlemen dressed in shoe-packs, moccasins, leather breeches, leggins, linsey hunting shirts, and all homemade.
  • housemaid And Ned, who was cook and housemaid, came in with his apron on.
  • humid Tupac Inca and his captains penetrated into this region of the Antis, which consists of the most terrible and fearful forests, with many rivers, where they endured immense toil, and the people who came from Peru suffered from the change of climate, for Peru is cold and dry, while the forests of Anti-suyu are warm and humid.
  • smart All of them were, or looked as if they were, young men, smart and alert, men who meant something.
  • smite Would not any decent soldier smite him across the face instead of grasping him by the hand?
  • Hast The minister began to pray aloud: "Lord, Thou hast been pleased to call me, and I come.
  • Hasted A deal too strong they hasted after the valiant strangers; they would avenge their wrath.
  • Hazarded "We've got to get him playing our game," he hazarded.
  • Hazed During the next week or so of his college course he was hazed perhaps more than anyone in his class, although from that first time he no longer resisted or tried to maintain his superiority.
  • Hemmed They were hemmed in.
  • Hissed "I'm going down after some grenades and a submachine gun," he hissed.
  • Housemate The good woman grew more and more anxious to fulfil her duty to this troublesome young housemate; the child was strangely dear and companionable in spite of her frequent naughtiness.
  • Hummed I hummed a moment.
  • Husked Gram and rice, husked or unhusked, are the grains usually parched.
  • Smote Yet there did be no space to have breath; for there leaped three more of the Men upon the rock; and one smote me with a great piece of rock that he carried, so that mine armour did seem as that it crackt, and I to be driven backward upon the Maid; yet had slain one of the Humpt Men, even in that moment.
  • hassled
  • hosted
  • HOSED
  • hammed
  • homed
  • hastier
  • screamin'
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