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  • hail Should he frankly hail her and ask whether she objected to company?
  • hale Miss Hale and my father taught me.
  • haler He was now seventy years old; and a haler, heartier, more serene old man was never seen.
  • haley Be hivins, if Ireland cud be freed be a picnic, it 'd not on'y be free to-day, but an impire, begorra, with Tim Haley, th' Banthry man, evictin' Lord Salisbury fr'm his houldin'.
  • hall And Melvale held his breath as the beauty of the girl burst upon him, even in the half-light of the hall.
  • halley Did we look into other Sciences, we should find our selves more than a Match for them; What Names have they to set against our Newton and Halley in the Mathematicks, and our Sydenham and Willis in Physick.
  • halo A thick green shade cut the light from the room, but centred it like a halo around her shapely head.
  • halve She suggested that I should drive back to Sassnitz with her and her party, and halve the expense of the fly.
  • harlem If he could squeeze Antoinette's hand slyly at Ford's or the Academy when a "dark scene" was on, and get a sweet answering pressure; if he engineered his arm about her undisturbed when he took her driving on Druid Hill's unlighted roads of a summer night; if he hazarded an occasional kiss on her warm, cherry-red lips as they lingered in the parting on the front steps of her Harlem-avenue home-he was as pleased as any admiring lover could well be.
  • haul Shall I have Polycarp take the team and haul up some wood from the river?
  • hauler For four weeks he had laboured clumsily and sourly in the shoe factory of the great prison, a hauler and carrier.
  • haulier While he owned her, Gunner Sobey-who in extra-military hours traded as a carrier and haulier between Troy and the market-towns to the westward-had worked her late and fed her lean; but the most of us behold our receding youth through a mist of romance, and it may be that old worn-out Pleasant conceived herself to be cantering back to fields where the grass grew perennially sweet and old age was unknown.
  • healer But the great healer was, of course, Asclepius.
  • holey This place they count so holey as that but the priests and Kings dare come into them; nor the savages dare not go up the river in boates by it, but that they solemnly cast some piece of copper, white beads or pocones into the river for feare their Okee should be offended and revenged of them.
  • hoyle They met and fought at Laurencekirk: Major C. Robertson, Kindface, Invergordon, was Cruickshank's second, and Dr Hoyle, Montrose, was in attendance as surgeon.
  • Haled And Maurice Mangan, in his aimless, desultory fashion, was inveighing against the vanity of the life led by certain classes in the great Babylon out of which he had just haled his rather unwilling friend; and describing their mad and frantic efforts to wrest themselves free of the demon ennui; and their ceaseless, eager clamor for hurry and excitement, lest, in some unguarded moment of silence, their souls should speak.
  • Hauled They hauled in the catch.
  • Hal Hal, out with the light when I give the word."
  • Harley When Harley fell from power, Defoe sought service under the Whigs.
  • Gayle Father Gayle returned from the wicket, thinking.
  • Hallie "I'm agoin' to give Hallie a good funeral," Mrs. Hudgers confided to Amarilly.
  • hailed All three hailed with relief the interruption caused by the announcement of dinner.
  • hales If the curious reader chooses to see a picture of Birmingham, in the time of the Britons, he will find one in the turnpike road, between Hales-owen and Stourbridge, called the Lie Waste, alias Mud City.
  • hole Hole on, I says, ef you please, suh.

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