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Correct spellings for HEAVEAN
- even Why, even you yourself know it!
- havana 31, 50, 51 Havana conquered by England, vii.
- have I don't think you have.
- haven Netta Ermsted also decided against it though Mrs. Ralston declared her intention of going thither, and she and Tessa departed for that universal haven The Grand Stand before any one else.
- heave "That was the mill where they kept me, and now they are going to take me aboard the lugger, and maybe heave me overboard when they get into deep water.
- heaven It is only twenty-one miles from this world up to the first heaven.
- heavenly Now get clearly in your mind how we measure the angular distance from the celestial equator of any heavenly body.
- heavens The sun was high in the heavens before I was able to resume my journey.
- heaver At the door stood a coal-heaver.
- heaves Yet in the bosom of this gentle time, The crisis of an age-long struggle heaves.
- heaving The men in the chains were heaving the lead.
- heavy His heart felt a little heavy; he scarcely knew why.
- helena In any case, till she was twenty, Helena had no plays, novels, or man-friends.
- leaven But we suppose as a concession to a section of the public he felt a leaven of mere jokes was demanded from him every year.
- shaven He smoothed his long, thin, closely-shaven face with one hand, gazing pensively at his sister.
- Having 12,790. But if you had credit at another shop where you could get your supplies cheaper, and if you got no credit from him, you could get all your money from him at settlement, instead of having part of it in supplies?
- Evan Evan went out of the Court of Justice free, but strangely shaken, like a sick man.
- havens There are vile dens, fever-haunted and stenchful crowded courts, where the return of summer is dreaded because it means the unloosing of myriads of vermin which render night unbearable, which, nevertheless, are regarded at this moment as havens of rest by their hard-working occupants.
- heaved At length she heaved a deep sigh; and, from some convulsive motions, appeared to be troubled in her sleep.
- heavers And the wiseacres say there are no real heavers left in the bushes!
- heavier The native was a fearful weight, heavier even than one of his size ought to be, and he was not a small man.
- haven't "I haven't been quite sure," said Beaton.