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Correct spellings for HEALP

  • alp It seemed an Alp.
  • hale Mrs. Hale expects you to stay with us till you're good and ready to go somewhere else.
  • hall Then he went out into the hall.
  • halo Her face was to the west, the reflected glory lay on it as delicate as the light on a flower, and her blue eyes regarded him beneath a halo of golden hair.
  • hap "I was at Hap House the day before yesterday with Owen Fitzgerald, and to tell you the truth at once, we were talking about you the whole time we were there.
  • harp They had to accompany the sacrifice and acts of religious worship with sacred songs and the harp.
  • heal As I am at fault, so would I heal that fault.
  • healer Some few moments later the healer came and the mother began a long explanation.
  • heap See hyar, Miss Lenore, I reckon you care a heap fer young Dorn-beggin' your pardon?
  • heel He swung round on his heel and walked away.
  • help We've come over to help."
  • helper "I don't know what happened," replied the red-haired helper.
  • hep And lemme put you hep to this, Cap'n; if that's a phony tale you're peddlin', don't try it on him.
  • leap I could leap up in a moment, if you do not run away," said the gallant Cobbler.
  • whelp Just to wonder if I'd knit a man a tie, and change my mind, and knit socks for a little black heathen whelp instead."
  • Heep David detested him without knowing why, the more so when he came to see that Heep was gaining an influence over Agnes's father.
  • Hal How about it, Hal?
  • helps It helps me not to like him any more!
  • heals When she comes like the south wind into the cold haunts of sin and sorrow, her words are smiles and her smiles are the sunlight which heals the stricken soul.
  • he'll I've often thought of you and said to myself, 'Well, he'll come back one day.
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