What is the correct spelling for HEARGUARD?

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Correct spellings for HEARGUARD

  • guard I will keep guard without and watch for the train." Through Moscow's gates, with gold unbarred, Stepped One at dead of night, Whom such high beauty could not guard From meditated blight; – Russian Fugitive, The by William Wordsworth
  • haggard She was lying, white and haggard , in her bed, her back toward him.
  • harvard Do you recall the day you left your Harvard , and your Boston, my friend?
  • hazard So back again to Colvill's, and there did end our treaty, to my full content, about my Exchequer assignment of L2600 of Sir W. Warren's, for which I give him L170 to stand to the hazard of receiving it.
  • headgear We retreated together to the corridor, and there, with his help, I removed my jangling headgear , which I left him to restore to my chamber.
  • hedged But how was I to gain admission to the house-a house guarded by quick-witted women, and hedged in with all the precautions love could devise?
  • herbart The work of Herbart , Froebel, and other thinkers, was bearing its natural fruit, and many of the improvements introduced into the Canadian schools by Ryerson and practised by Canadian teachers, perhaps in an empirical way, were far-away echoes of principles laboriously worked out by German scholars.
  • laggard You will thus, probably, reach Jamaica sooner than you would have done had you waited for these laggard men-of-war.
  • rearguard Between vanguard and rearguard , the rest of the party walked: Varnis, carrying her baby on her back, and Dorita, carrying a baby and leading two other children.
  • regard You whom I regard as the last word, the last charming and delightful word, in modern womanhood?"
  • Argued The merits of the war with the former have been argued solely on political grounds.
  • Hayward So, too, did good Mrs. Hayward , who, when he was at the worst, twice came to sit up all night with him after her day's work; and though she was not as tender a nurse as Mrs. King, treated him like her own son, and moreover carried off to her own tub all the clothes she could find ready to be washed, and would not take so much as a mouthful of meat or drink in return, struggling, toil-worn body as she was.
  • Leagued It was clear to him that they had all been told; and so told as to be leagued in enmity against him.
  • harked I harked back to the broken conversation which had first made us friends, and to his chance sketch of Helen Blantock and her type.
  • heartier It was the same spirit made you yesterday declare you enjoyed our humble dinner with a heartier zest than those grand banquets that were daily served up at Castello.

307 words made from the letters HEARGUARD