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Correct spellings for HDN'T

  • be at the head of
  • dent The establishment was kept by Dr. Dent-de-lion, a dried up little fellow, with red hair, a sandy complexion, and the physiognomy and gestures of a monkey.
  • didn't I didn't know it.
  • dint Arrived at this point, Madame de Maintenon made, in her turn, complaints to the King of all she had to suffer, from a mistress who spared even him so little; and by dint of these mutual complaints about Madame de Montespan, Madame de Maintenon at last took her place, and knew well how to keep it.
  • don't "I don't know, really.
  • hadn't If I hadn't said anything to-night, you wanted to say something."
  • hand Take your hand off my hand."
  • hasn't Why hasn't he ever been caught?
  • haunt The kitchen had been her world, and she was already beginning to haunt it.
  • hind After a season with planchette, their host pushed himself back with his knees from the table till his chair reared upon its hind legs, and shoved his hat up from his forehead in token of philosophical mood.
  • hint None the less, the hint had the desired effect.
  • hunt "We hunt for them, work for them.
  • tent To his right is the church tent; next to his own the queen's or that of the favourite of the day.
  • tint A book-case full of ponderous volumes in French and German, paper-covered for the most part, and varying in tint from the shell to the yoke of a duck's egg, caught his wandering eyes, and he was deeply absorbed in their titles when the door opened suddenly behind him.
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