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  • dover Charles, on his arrival at Dover, did, indeed, greet his beautiful bride with delight, and when she would have knelt at his feet he prevented her by clasping her in his arms instead.
  • handover Of his relatives at the top, Buncombe never spoke; he either did not know, or viewed with indifference, the fact that Mrs. Handover served his lodger in a menial capacity.
  • hanover He is indirectly connected with our own through a somewhat pale and artificial passion for Sophia Dorothea, the young Princess of Hanover, whose husband became ultimately George I. Mr. Browning indicates the later as well as earlier stages of de Lassay's career; he only follows that of the Duke of Lorraine into an imaginary though not impossible development.
  • hardcover Solo girls with hardcover sketch books and vintage clothes home-tailored to a nice fit.
  • header "What a jolly header one could have from here!
  • heater "Mind that the heater is very hot.
  • heave Ned saw her eyes flash and her bosom heave when she spoke of him, and after that he somehow felt safer than ever under her roof.
  • heaver I was a coal heaver, and going along easy and natural over the plank from one barge to another, and there come the swell from some steamers and throwed up the plank and chucked me off, and I broke my knee against the barge.
  • herder "You both have guns," the herder said.
  • holdover The Republican majority in the State Senate was so large that the holdover Senators made it well nigh impossible for the Democrats to secure a majority of that body, but the principal fight was to be made for control of the House.
  • hoover Just at present the hero of the American business man is Herbert Hoover; and Mr. Hoover recently appointed a committee, not of Socialists and "Utopians," but of engineering experts, to make a study of American productive methods.
  • hover The sun had almost finished his daily course, and sunk lower and lower till he seemed to hover on the verge of the sky!
  • heaved Stephen's chest heaved, and as he walked back to the office with the Judge, he could not trust himself to speak.
  • heavier The company's railroad charges are still heavier.
  • headers The wheat is all harvested by headers, leaving the straw on the ground for its enrichment.
  • headier
  • selfdetermining
  • selfdirecting
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