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  • harte The 19th a Dutch ship arrived bound for Bantam, the master being Cornelius van Harte .
  • headache Presently she heard Mrs Vallance's step on the stairs; Mary felt that she could not answer any questions about her headache , so she shut her eyes and pretended to be asleep. Well you need space darling, you're such a headache. Im not sure how much I can take. – We Would've Broken Up by Ally Cupcake
  • hearsay No book has been written upon it except from hearsay , and no European has penetrated across its length and breadth.
  • hearse The hearse is starting.
  • heart Take out my heart and try it!
  • heartache She's not worth all this heartache ."
  • hearten But to encourage and hearten you to this, I would have you look back to that former victory that Christ hath gained in our name, and look about to the assistance you have for the present, the Spirit to help you.
  • hearts And I, sweet Pearl, will honor your memory in my heart of hearts .
  • heartsick Helen detected the lack of elation in his tone, and understood in some degree the sense of loss which made him heartsick , and yet she could not bring herself to utter words of comfort.
  • hearty "Indeed I haven't a poor opinion of you, Mr. Carter," replied Paul, with hearty sincerity.
  • hertz Henry Hertz , Rabbi Richard C. Hesburgh, Rev.
  • horace He turned away, and was about to leave the room when Horace caught his hand.
  • Hearties Irene was rather lovelorn for Peachy, but that bright little American, besides being in an upper dormitory, was before-appropriated by other "heart-to-hearties," and, though she held out the palm of good fellowship, was too staunch a character to desert old friends for new.
  • heats The beauty of the place and its delicious coolness commended it as a residence for the Peruvian nobles, and the sides of the hills were dotted with their villas, which afforded them a grateful retreat in the heats of summer.
  • heartaches She had been loved by too many men and had regarded their heartaches and balked desires with too profound an indifference to worry over the possible harm she might be inflicting upon the brilliant and ambitious young man who had precipitated himself into her life.
  • HARTS It was a splendid giant deer, distinguished from our royal harts by its size, blackish-brown coat, and proportionately higher forelegs.
  • heartier Something at once in the familiarity and the incongruity of this being moved Michael to even heartier outbursts of a healthy and humane flippancy.

189 words made from the letters HEARTACE

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