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Correct spellings for HE4R

  • e'er Dwellers above, beneath the ground, Shall live contented in that time; No subtle growths shall e'er confound Their natural joy and instinct prime.
  • er "Why," answered Garrison vaguely, "er-let me see.
  • he "Mr. Grainge," he said.
  • hear 3371. Did you ever hear of any case?
  • heir But a few seconds later it appeared as if the son and heir of the Stebbins family had decided to take his mother's advice.
  • hem He knelt, adoring, to the hem of the new white dress.
  • hen The boys' hen -house, however, which was in the yard, had never been troubled.
  • hep Why, even if it had been my first day on the job, I'd have been hep that it wa'n't any common weekday Jones he was expectin' to stray in accidental.
  • hera Djamboula led the forces of Hera against Clovis, just as Captain O'Neill so recently directed the final battle that saved Meloa from the hordes of Throm.
  • herb The next morning, as soon as there was light, there was Guleesh searching for any herb that was strange to him around the door.
  • herd They'll figure he tried to ride herd on a job too big for him."
  • here Who have we here ?
  • hero You are a poor hero indeed.
  • herr As a rule Herr Gottfried took them, but on this afternoon he had left the shop in Peter's hands for half an hour whilst he went out to see a friend.
  • hew One person after another rose, and, as with an ill-balanced axe, attempted to hew out his conception of art a little more clearly, and sat down with the feeling that, for some reason which he could not grasp, his strokes had gone awry.
  • hex Sixty miles to the north of Cape Town, the trunk-line, which has threaded its way through the valleys of an outlying range of mountains, reaches the foot of the great inner table-land at a place called Hex River, and in an hour climbs by zigzags up an incline which is in some places as steep as one in thirty-five, mounting 1600 feet into a desert land.
  • hr The first pair of times is 3 hr .
  • o'er Beloved, the water o'er pure sand, Oh, that I might not part from the East, But that I go with my Beloved.
  • Fer He is either a fer de lance or a first cousin to it, and either is a sort of creature to keep away from.
  • Her 9767. Do you keep an account with her?
  • Hers His stone-cold eyes met hers steadily.
  • Hey Billy, maybe you could give it, hey?"
  • Yer What are yer drivin' at?
  • GER Grossmith I guess to be an accommodated form of the Ger .
  • HES "'He's a Bible preacher, at any rate,' says Burnbrae tae me laist Fast, for, honest man, he hes aye some gude word for a body.
  • HEB 1, 16; 10, 17; Luke 8, 18; Heb .
  • he'd I thought he'd have been home by this."
  • accroached
  • afterparts

2 words made from the letters HE4R

  • 3 letter words made from HE4R:

    4he, 4hr.