What is the correct spelling for HEARBOARD?

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Correct spellings for HEARBOARD

  • aboard And you won't if things go right, be aboard much longer.
  • harbor As we ran into the harbor , the people Who were watching cheered themselves hoarse.
  • harbour "You'll not put to sea to-day," said my friend; "nor for many a day to come, if I mistake not; but we'll make our way to the harbour , and see how things are going on there."
  • hardboard
  • harvard If Boston is no longer a great centre of literary production, it remains, with its noble public library in its midst, and with Harvard University on its outskirts, a great centre of culture.
  • headboard In the dead ashes of the Judge's pipe, scattered on his shelf, still lived his old fire; in the whittled and carved edges of the Left Bower's bunk still were the memories of bygone days of delicious indolence; in the bullet-holes clustered round a knot of one of the beams there was still the record of the Right Bower's old-time skill and practice; in the few engravings of female loveliness stuck upon each headboard there were the proofs of their old extravagant devotion-all a mute protest to the change.
  • herbart It may be through psychology and molly-coddle stuff, We often talk in institutes, we've lost the power to bluff; Perhaps 'twas Pestalozzi, Froebel and John Herbart Who robbed the wand of Skinny of its pedagogic art; We'll not discuss philosophy, but we know about the chalk, That no theoretic dream of man can make a boy walk.
  • herbert We remember the story of a young friend of Herbert Spencer who joined the great philosopher in a game of billiards.
  • larboard I lighted the lanthorn, but upon entering the passage that led to the cabin I observed by my own posture that the schooner had not only heeled more to larboard , but was further "down by the stern" to the extent of several feet.
  • seaboard They ploughed the grey land of the seaboard with wooden hand-ploughs.
  • Harbored Her heart harbored no revenge.
  • Hubbard I knew Hubbard , both at college and later, and admire and like him.
  • harbors Then he goes to the creeks and harbors .
  • harboured The Westoes, a powerful and numerous tribe, who harboured an irreconcileable aversion to the white faces of strangers, would have proved a dangerous enemy to them, had not their attention been occupied by the Serannas, another Indian nation.

350 words made from the letters HEARBOARD