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  • hairy The native evidently wished to impress that crippled hand on the boy's memory, for he put it on his hairy chest and then in front of Sax's face again and again.
  • hare Cranley half turned and threw a quick look at him, as rapid and timid as the glance of a hare in its form.
  • harrow Now he tries to realize Scenes that harrow up his soul.
  • harry When they reached the beach, Harry paused.
  • hearer In the lines of that majestic and benign image are shadowed forth the mild king and father, the hearer of prayer, the guardian of civic order and family love, the protector of the stranger, and the power who gives fertile increase to flock and field.
  • hearing And hearing that my old friend was dying, I could not resist the temptation, sir-" Mr. Brinsmade finished for him.
  • hera "By no means," Hera said.
  • here "Here it is," cried Miette.
  • hereof "Lady," said Robin, "ye have said well; I will say it right well; since forsooth he troweth me of many things, and so will he hereof meseemeth."
  • hereto Appended hereto will be found "The Laws of Auction Bridge" as published by the Whist Club of New York, November, 1912. These laws should be carefully read, if not studied, by every devotee of the game.
  • hero He knew that she looked upon him as her hero, and if she should find out the truth about his past life what a terrible grief it would bring to her.
  • herod I think King Herod himself might have been sorry for them.
  • heroic Some far-off instinct of future drove him, set his spiritual need, and made him register with his senses all that was so beautiful and good and heroic in the scene about him.
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  • heron Heron stood still, pushing his fingers through his thick gray hair, and with a sharp laugh exclaimed: "I came away from her grave full of fresh hopes for better days, and this is how they are fulfilled!
  • herr No one can hear us, not Herr Knupf himself."
  • hoary I always think when you stop in an old place like this you sort of keep company with your ancestors too much; I sometimes feel like a bit of the old building walking about; the old feelings of the old folks stick to you like the lichens on the walls; you sort of get hoary."
  • horror She felt that it must be a horror to her always.
  • huron The Pottawatomies of Huron number about fifty.
  • hurry He said he was in a hurry, and hadn't time to stop.
  • Hereon
  • Heroes
  • Pryor
  • harrows They scarcely do more than scratch the surface of the ground with their bent-stick plows, wooden-tooth drills, and wicker-work harrows; and instead of straight lines, so dear to the eye of a Western farmer, the ridges and furrows are as crooked as serpents.
  • hares Darling, did Monsieur Le Menil ever talk to you about hares?"
  • hared
  • hearers
  • uncomplicate
  • droughtiest
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