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  • behave From the moment we kissed tonight That's the way I've just gotta behave Boy, if I were a lamp I'd light And If I were a banner I'd wave! – If I Were a Bell by Unknown Author
  • behead France, even in its darkest hour, was rather ashamed to behead a woman, upon whom the eyes of all Europe were fixed, simply for being the wife of her husband and the friend of his friends.
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  • hare Well, he knows you're a wild hare Knows you're kinda "out there" – Does Your Daddy Know About Me by lonestar
  • he i{He is} a i{gentle roebuck; for how else,} I i{pray, could He} i{Conceive a thing so sad and soft, a gentle thing like me?} – The Indian Upon God by William Butler Yeats
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  • healer The doctors looked wise and recommended heavy doses of spiced wine, and if those did not suffice, said that the patient might spend a night in the temple of the Healer, who would no doubt explain the true remedy in a dream.
  • hear So, let us hear.
  • hearer She is from the people," continued Felicia, using the words "from the people" so gravely and unconsciously that her hearer smiled, "and I am keeping house for her and at the same time beginning an experiment in pure food for the masses.
  • hearse The handle of the door was turn'd, and a light flash'd into the hearse.
  • hearth In a few moments she perceived through her half-closed eyes, that he, had brought in a light; he had lighted a lamp at the hearth, and now searched both the rooms.
  • heater I hope you lighted the heater, Mary.
  • heath Moll spying me coming, from her window in the front of the house, met me at the door, in her cloak and hood, and begged I would take her a little turn over the heath.
  • heathen But why does this happy son of the heathen require a priest?
  • heather And: "The wee hoose 'mang the heather, Harry," I'll hear frae another part o' the hoose.
  • heave With a frightful heave he was on his stomach ...
  • heaver
  • hebe
  • hecate
  • heckle I am more in demand by the new-rich, like Heckle here, who, with his precious son, does not know how to treat a guest, even when that guest is hired."
  • hedge
  • heed
  • heel
  • hegel
  • heifer
  • height
  • heir
  • helen
  • helena
  • hellene Surprise, curiosity, and a pleasant sense of satisfaction in seeing what seemed to her a shameless display withdrawn from her lover's eyes, rendered it easier for Ledscha to maintain her composure; yet she felt the blood throbbing in her temples as Hermon remained kneeling before the Hellene, gazing intently into her expressive face.
  • heller His very death was at first received with incredulity, for, as Stephen Heller said, he had been reported dead so often that the real news was doubted.
  • helve From their appearance they must have been held in the hand using the arm for a helve.
  • heme
  • hence
  • hera
  • herb
  • herd
  • herder
  • here
  • hereby
  • herein
  • hereof
  • heresy
  • hereto
  • hero
  • herr
  • hershey
  • hesse
  • hew
  • hewer
  • higher
  • hire
  • hither
  • howe
  • huge
  • rehear
  • reheat
  • Heeded
  • Heeled
  • Heep
  • Hemmer
  • Hepper
  • Her
  • Hereon
  • Hers
  • Rehire
  • HHS
  • Hohhot
  • Hershel
  • Heine
  • Helene
  • Hettie
  • Hebert
  • heeds
  • heels
  • heaths
  • HRH
  • HEWS
  • REHI
  • hewers
  • hewed
  • heehaw
  • uncomplicate
  • aftertastes
  • exprobated
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