What is the correct spelling for HEIGH?
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Correct spellings for HEIGH
- hair No maiden, with dishevelled hair, To feel, or feign, decorous woe. But silent let me sink to earth, With no officious mourners near: – Euthanasia by george gordon, lord byron
- he I showed him round last week, o'er all -- an' at the last says he: "Mister M'Andrew, don't you think steam spoils romance at sea?" – McAndrew's Hymn by Rudyard Kipling
- hear Pile of Stone-henge! so proud to hint yet keep Thy secrets, thou that lov'st to stand and hear The Plain resounding to the whirlwind's sweep, Inmate of lonesome Nature's endless year; – Guilt and Sorrow by William Wordsworth
- hedge However, when at length she asked where The Pavilion of the Quick Hedge might be, she was shown a near way to it.
- height They were now at a considerable height , but still a long way from the top of the hill.
- heir The writer might go down to his grave: she was the person in the world to whom-as if she had been his favoured heir -his continued existence was least of a need.
- hew Hew down the bridge, Sir Consul, with all the speed ye may; I, with two more to help me, will hold the foe in play.
- hi You're as bad as- Hi , look out, there!
- hie I first vpon the Mountaines hie , Built Altars to thy name; And grau'd it on the Rocks thereby, To propogate thy fame.
- high Yes, sir, from the Tannersville High School.
- leigh He told Leigh that both of them would be very wealthy some day, but Jim kept his counsel.
- neigh They had met for the sixth time by the tents containing their sleeping comrades, when from the opposite side of the mesa came a shrill neigh of terror, followed by sounds of wild galloping and snorting.
- nigh It was nigh midnight when they made Mr. Hartright's wharf at the foot of Wall Street, and so the streets were all dark and silent and deserted as they walked up to Barnaby's home.
- sigh "'I see,' said she, with a sigh , 'you don't mean what you've been saying to me all this time.
- thigh One grasping hand clutched at Stanton's right thigh and grasped hard.
- weigh However, these are matters for your assembly to weigh and decide upon.
- Her What would Michael think of her?
- Hey But I will wed you, and we will buy an estate and settle down, and you will be Madame de Mauginot-hey!
- Hugh Isn't Hugh a good fellow?
- Heidi For he was anxious for more than one reason that Heidi should go with him the next day.
- Heine Heine, at Paris, '46, was charmed with him.