What is the correct spelling for HEAILY?

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Correct spellings for HEAILY

  • hail It was in the time of winter, and the hour of a fearful fall of rain and hail . Matador sweeps the veil From the last young day of my life Malibu tides and hail Santa Anna wins from behind – El Matador by semisonic
  • hale Hale was at first locked up in the Beekman greenhouse.
  • haley This here town podner what I got after you-all quit me," glancing negligently at Scalf, "has many a little frill to his plans, and he knows Dan Haley , the marshal, right well.
  • hall So Tom waited quietly till the young ladies came home, which they did just before hall -time.
  • halley The generous zeal with which Halley adopted and defended the doctrines of Newton with regard to the movements of the celestial bodies was presently rewarded by a brilliant discovery, which has more than any of his other researches rendered his name a familiar one to astronomers.
  • halo Oh, how I thought over the wild heroism of the battle-field, the reckless fury of the charge, the crash, the death-cry, and the sad picture of the morrow, when all was past, and a soldier's glory alone remained to shed its high halo over the faults and the follies of the dead.
  • haply Burton's object in going was the wish to compare, haply to trace some affinity between, this survival of the Christian 'Mystery' and the living scenes of El Islam at Mecca, while Mrs. Burton's object may be gauged by the following prayer which she wrote previous to their departure from Trieste: O Sweet Jesu...
  • haul It was absolutely necessary for him to do something, unless he was ready to haul down his flag, which Christy, for one, having been present at a battle with him, did not expect him to do yet.
  • hazily And, although the storm of three days ago had been swept into mere memory by that sudden chinook wind, and the days were once more invitingly warm and hazily tranquil, night came shiveringly upon the land and the unhoused thought longingly of hot suppers and the glow of a fire.
  • heal
  • healer
  • heartily
  • heavily
  • heel
  • hill
  • hilly The ground as soon became uneven and rocky, broken into little heights and hollows, and strewn all over with a bedding of stones, large and small; except where narrow foot-tracks or cowpaths wound along the mimic ravines or gently climbed the hilly ridges.
  • holy
  • Headily
  • Hal But that was what Hal Dozier was doing now.
  • Harley Probably Mildred's people would insist upon Harley Street.
  • hails If any eager freethinker now hails philosophic freedom as the dawn, he is only like the man in Mark Twain who came out wrapped in blankets to see the sun rise and was just in time to see it set.
  • heals
  • he'll "He'll get her," replied Wade, triumphantly.

66 words made from the letters HEAILY