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  • dead Maybe she isn't dead at all.
  • hard Her mouth's hard, but her temper's even.
  • hat He keeps his hat on.
  • hate "I'd hate to think I was held up for less," he said.
  • hated He hated everything German and he knew he was wrong in doing so.
  • hatted Then he raced forward, peered around the corner cautiously, located her by the bobbing of her yellow head among other heads all hatted, and fell in behind her at a discreet distance.
  • head It did not take her long to find out that he did not want her to see him go, of course, and so one day, when she turned her head away she turned it back again quickly, and saw him standing close to the pool with his face toward the rocks.
  • headed "A bald-headed man is here to see His Highness, and will give no name," he told me.
  • heady I must honestly and soberly confess that I myself was so readily intoxicated with the heady wine of the excitement about me that I found myself cheering and shouting as lustily as the rest, for the which I do not blame myself, and that I found myself for the moment regarding Messer Simone dei Bardi as a kind of hero, for the which I severely blame myself even now, after all this lapse of years.
  • heard "Oh, I have heard of it," she answered.
  • heart He sought her hand, and won her heart, and the date for the marriage was fixed.
  • hearty Here every good movement has received a hearty welcome.
  • heat I don't mind the heat at all.
  • heated They were both of them heated by music and ready for mental intimacy.
  • heater She was boiling water on the oil-heater and every now and again would spill a little of the steaming liquid on the baby who was playing on the floor.
  • heed But not a word of this would Ellen ever heed.
  • herd "But even if he has been wicked," pursued Rose, "think how young he is; think that he may never have known a mother's love, or the comfort of a home; that ill usage and blows, or the want of bread, may have driven him to herd with men who have forced him to guilt.
  • teat Later on the hairs and the sebaceous glands entirely disappear, and the milk gland alone is left with its tubules and ducts opening into the cavity of the teat.
  • Cheated He won't take money for it and he's easily cheated.
  • Had I smiled, and then told him what I had done.
  • Hefted So he grudgingly hefted the burden of the senseless figure and plodded under its weight to the nearest cabin.
  • ETD
  • heads Tom and Charley took it into their heads to attempt walking across some of the steps.
  • heats I woke her, telling her that another time she must sleep more comfortably, as such heats were injurious to health.
  • he'd You see, I'd forgotten he'd lived thirty-three more years than I had.
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