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Correct spellings for HEARTAHCE

  • headache The headache, from which he had long been suffering, had disappeared in the fresh mountain air. You're intoxicating movement ate away At my sad eyes and my headache – Snake Oil by Kristin Hersh
  • hearsay Being entirely dependent on hearsay, he obtained but a sadly distorted account of truth.
  • heart But his heart was not in his work.
  • heartache I went to my room to have the heartache.
  • hearts We parted with hearts full of happiness, saying to each other, "Till to-morrow."
  • heartsick The fiery Lampton was now a sorrowing, heartsick girl, hungering for her lover's caresses.
  • hearty "It's exactly it," he called out to his father, in a hearty, grateful voice.
  • hertz Dass solt jr von mir haben, Wenn es euch schmecken thut, Eur Hertz damit zu laben, 175 Vnd haben ein guten muth.
  • horace To Mr. Horace Bleackley's brilliant study of the case we have already in the Preface referred.
  • Hearties Thinks I, it won't be for nothin' you're goin' to meet at sich an hour in sich a place, my hearties, so I'll go an' keep ye company in a private way!
  • Headaches Still, the headaches persisted.
  • heats Writing to Mr. Foley, his banker in Paris, on the 14th of that month, he speaks of its having taken him three weeks to reach Toulouse; and adds that in our journey we suffered so much from the heats, it gives me pain to remember it.
  • hearths So when Epimetheus came amongst them, tall as a man walking with stilts, they welcomed him and brought him and the Golden Maid to their hearths.
  • heaths In 1877 eleven Mitchells played eleven Heaths on Shalford Common.
  • heartaches We soldiers of either fortune had tasted our cup of triumph, and though it was only a taste, it had flown to our brains like heavy wine, and the headaches and the heartaches followed fast.
  • HARTS Mauger the worst, I will have many harts That shall affect my secret whisperings; And chinck of golde is such a pleasing crie, That all men wish to heare such harmony, And I will place stern Murther by my side, That we may do more harmes then haughty pride.
  • heartier "Ted! You have seen him?" For a minute Larry forgot who Geoffrey Annersley was, forgot Ruth, forgot himself, remembered only Ted and gave his guest a heartier handshake than he had willed for his "Kid" brother's sake.

217 words made from the letters HEARTAHCE