What is the correct spelling for HEALIN?
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Correct spellings for HEALIN
- dealing In the great climaxes of his plays, we feel that he is dealing with the interpretation of the deepest moods and motives of life. feeling revealing or wheeling and dealing – Take A Look by Level 42
- heading Heading-in, with the cherry, must only be done with small twigs.
- headline Paul looked at the headline indicated by the man.
- heal Father will dress it and heal it.
- healer As a healer of bodies I had scant success, and several score of my patients preceded me.
- healing Then came sorrow like an April cloud, since my wound which was in the way of healing was all re-opened.
- hearing He left the table at last, giving and hearing a good night.
- heating Nevertheless, edge piling is greatly superior to flat piling where the heating system is below the lumber.
- heaving Heaving a sigh, the sailor rose to his feet, and gave his trousers a hitch.
- helen I asked the young ladies if Helen was their sister.
- helena He did not often read the Bible, it is true, and his acquaintances were frequently startled with opinions which had so pained the little girl on board the St. Helena, but this was merely on the surface, for far below the rough exterior there was a world of goodness, a mine of gems, kept bright by memories of the angel child which flitted for so brief a span across his pathway and then was lost forever.
- hellene Thereupon, one of the priests, who was of very great age; said, 'O Solon, Solon, you Hellenes are but children, and there is never an old man who is an Hellene.
- hailing I hailed them on board; but they did not hear me, although the first mate might have, for he was in the cabin, and the stern-window was up; but hailing to windward is hard work, such weather as this; the words are blown back again down your own throat.