What is the correct spelling for HDDEN?
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Correct spellings for HDDEN
- aden He had written to them, and they would write to meet the boat at Aden .
- den At the mouth of the den she stepped aside, and the young filed in out of sight one after another.
- eden Eden was robbed of its glories....
- harden We have none of the hunting with which you harden your muscles and pass your time in Britain.
- haydn Like the hero in "Locksley Hall," Haydn may have asked himself, "What is that which I should do?"
- hen This evening luck had deserted his fishing, so the trapper took a rifle and went into the woods after a fool-hen.
- hidden There we shall find the company we need to recover for us what we shall have hidden .
- hide Before the party begins, you will hide close to where it is to be.
- hiding Or was he hiding something?
- hoyden The princess persevered, however; she was as firmly resolved to get married as Miss Hoyden in Vanbrugh's "Relapse."
- madden Madden laughed his stock-in-trade laugh; it was intended to make the other man feel vaguely that he was talking nonsense to a seer.
- midden They happened to fall soft, on a midden , and got away unhurt.
- redden As she said this in a careless manner, which made the young fellow redden to the ears with delight, she was secretly smothering a desire to laugh, and wondering how on earth she was to divide the monstrous display without discouraging future exhibitions of lavishness.
- ridden Boone alone might have helped her, and he had ridden away to save his own skin.
- sadden My heart swelled as I remembered that there I had received my father's embrace, but I would not sadden her by recalling it; I shaded my eyes with my hand to hide my tears, and whilst they flowed I looked long and silently on that eternal ocean on which, for nearly five years, I had not gazed.
- sodden Then they left him lying alone, half sodden , and returned to the shore.
- sudden "It's kind of sudden , and he doesn't worry about saying why he went.
- Bidden The next day he was bidden accompany them, and they marched swiftly and steadily for many hours through the forest to Orapeeko.
- Holden From the record of a parliament holden in the Inner Temple on the 15th of November, 3 and 4 Ph.
- Hayden Bland, how much do you make working for this nice kind gentleman, Mr. Hayden ?
- Hardin Among his fellow members were Abraham Lincoln, E. D. Baker, William A. Richardson, John J. Hardin , John.
- Hyde You are enthusiastic, Miss Hyde .