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Correct spellings for HEARBY

  • derby It is more than probable that if either of these young gentlemen had asked for leave of absence from his official duties for the purpose of going to the Derby , he would have met with stern denial.
  • harbor But I do understand that America will never harbor such men for long.
  • hardy "Ay, ay, Adam," answered several of his hardy crew, who stood around him; "where you think fit to go we are ready to go too."
  • harpy Of innocence and inward peace; Untainted by the guilty bribe; Uncursed amid the harpy tribe; No orphan's cry to wound my ear; My honour and my conscience clear; Thus may I calmly meet my end, Thus to the grave in peace descend.
  • harry Harry suggested that it was time to start on their return ride to Maritzburg.
  • heady Then went the jury out, whose names were, Mr. Blind-man, Mr. No-good, Mr. Malice, Mr. Love-lust, Mr. Live-loose, Mr. Heady , Mr. High-mind, Mr. Enmity, Mr. Liar, Mr. Cruelty, Mr. Hate-light, and Mr. Implacable; who every one gave in his private verdict against him among themselves, and afterwards unanimously concluded to bring him in guilty before the Judge.
  • hear But I don't hear them."
  • heard Had he heard nothing?
  • hearer One of the numerous advantages attached to an hereditary title is the certainty that a hearer of some sort or another will always be forthcoming.
  • hearsay It is all hearsay about a past.
  • hearse You may return for me When the sun seeks its grave among the billows 15 Which, among dim gray clouds on the horizon, Dance like white plumes upon a hearse ;- and here I shall expect you.
  • heart Arrkroo's heart was glad.
  • hearth A fire burned on the hearth .
  • hearty Treadwell stopped and gave a big, hearty laugh.
  • heavy To him she was a grey figure with a heavy black shadow about her.
  • hebe My charming Hebe will not refuse to pardon me."
  • herb All he has to take care of him, day and night, is that old servant-woman What's-her-name, who, he told me himself, doctors him with herb -tea.
  • hereby There was mention, too, of a note, as yet unpaid, for twenty thousand dollars "loaned and hereby released, to my friend Lawrence Masters, Esq."
  • hoary What impressions it had made upon him as it awaited him there, gray with stateliness, hoary with its honors, pervaded with the very breath and spirit of his country.
  • hobby Dear old boy, the latter murmured, he's off on his hobby .
  • nearby The woman soon recovered after some friends of the neighborhood had taken her and her child to a nearby dwelling.
  • Darby Mick Darby had introduced his young friends to the manager the night before, and to their earnest request that he would "take them on at the station" he had replied: "We'll talk about that to-morrow night.
  • herbs Season with grated onion, lemon-peel, nutmeg, minced parsley, salt, pepper, melted butter, and a pinch of powdered sweet herbs .
  • hears "'Scuse me, ma'am; I hears yer good enough, thank yer, ma'am; an' I has to finish settin' de table," pleaded the woman.
  • HEB But as he shelled there welled a boro bavol, and the bitti ranis an' sar prastered avree i' the heb like chillicos adree a starmus, and all he shunned was a savvaben and "Rom-ma- ny jo-ter!"
  • hubby As for Hubby , he blinks them mild eyes of his a couple of times, and then stands there placid with both hands in the pockets of his velvet coat, showin' no deep emotion at all.

88 words made from the letters HEARBY