What is the correct spelling for HATTI?
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Correct spellings for HATTI
- habit I told you it was becoming a habit with you! Bad habit Cause I live for the havoc – Mental Health by zebrahead
- haft Then slowly and cautiously the little line advanced, till all at once the black stopped, holding his spear point low and the haft pressed into the ground, for there was a savage roar, and a huge lion, which looked golden, made a tremendous bound right out into the light.
- haiti The participation of the Government of Haiti in the Louisiana Purchase Exposition was decided by the deliberation of the ministerial council, presided over by the President of the country.
- halt At a cross-road four and a half miles from Trenton the word was passed along the line to halt .
- hart But Miss Hart has come to stay.
- harte Bret Harte told him that even those who dissented most widely from his opinions admired his "grit."
- hat The man released his knees and pushed back his hat , as though for her to read for herself.
- hate Do not hate each other!
- hater "Hush, thou Jew-hater," cried his mother.
- hatted "He would have made a rare sensation in Lincoln's Inn if she had," said I; and we both laughed heartily at the imaginary picture of Tahuti Jellicoe, slender-beaked and top-hatted, going about his business in Lincoln's Inn and the Law Courts.
- hatter He had still the best dinners, the best cigars, the best brougham; was bien vu in the best society: had the best boot-varnish in London, and wore the most curly-brimmed hats, the envy of every hatter but his own.
- heart And down in my heart I know she is doing just that!
- heat W. said the heat was awful, but the evening interesting.
- hot He took the alan's baby and put it in the hot water and then went back.
- hut In the hope of reaching the hut where we had left our provisions, we wandered about till eleven o'clock, hungry and weary, and at last were obliged to wait for daylight.
- Had You had something to say to me?
- Hast "So thou hast returned?
- Hattie You ought to 've heard how Miss Hattie talked about him.
- hats Straw hats were worn in the summer.