What is the correct spelling for HAVVOCK?
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Correct spellings for HAVVOCK
- hack A word from the chief, a cry, a signal, and that armed mass would fall upon him in a moment and hack him into a thousand pieces.
- haddock 16,763. What is the size of a haddock boat?
- hammock For five months, at the least, I must sleep in a hammock instead of a bed; the sky must be my ceiling, and the sea my floor.
- hancock Her guess was right and James Hancock instantly proved himself an agreeable and useful friend.
- hassock She came to Cherry's hassock , and dropped on it, and rested her untidy head against his knee.
- haversack I slipped the strap of my haversack over my shoulder-we both of us already had on our Burberrys-pushed down the window, put my leg over, and jumped into the night.
- havoc You would not have supposed her that; but hard work, bad air, and perhaps the lack of the natural joys of childhood, had played havoc with her growth and the graces of youth.
- haycock It was not till Mrs. Mowbray perceived another party seated round the base of a haycock which an empty waggon had nearly reached, that she remembered all the circumstances which made every casual meeting a matter of importance and agitation to her.
- hayrick But Lieutenant "Mascot," one day jumped on the top of a hayrick to direct the marksmanship of his battery, and a moment later a German shell burst above him and scattered part of the rick in all directions.
- headlock Instead, he leapt on Davey's back, arm around his neck, hand gripping his choking fist, pulling the headlock tighter and tighter.
- hillock Often he was forced to leap from rock to rock or from one mossy hillock to another, that he might not sink waist-deep in the morass.
- hock See, she's wet from head to hock .
- hummock The pack was lined with long lines beyond each hummock ; the snow was covered with a strong crust.