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  • bell He led the way to the door and, followed by the eager Mr. Bell, passed out into the street. Let us all ring fancy's knell I'll begin it,--Ding, dong, bell. – The Merchant of Venice: Act III, scene II by Unknown Author
  • cell From cell to cell they hurried, the ghastly gleams of lightning falling on their terror-stricken faces. Big Daddy from the back of the cell Said "You wanna last You gotta run like hell" But Big Daddy must been runnin slow – Eyes of the seeker by harry connick jr.
  • dell Captain Dell and Sir Henry seemed to have left her.
  • ell "There he goes," shouted one captain, as he ran to the window; and, surely enough, a slender man in nautical garb was seen striking out from under the sheltering walls of the ell-kitchens and sheds, and running desperately across the snowy fields.
  • fell But Siward fell silent again.
  • hail Then they sang "The Star-spangled Banner" and "Hail!
  • hale Remarks of Mr. Davis, of Mississippi, in the Senate of the United States, on the question of the reception of a memorial from inhabitants of Pennsylvania and Delaware, presented by Mr. Hale, of New Hampshire, praying that Congress would adopt measures for an immediate and peaceful dissolution of the Union.
  • hall The fellow opened a door on one side of the hall, and I went through.
  • halo She could almost see him now, with his parted lips and far-away blue eyes, and the sunlight from the window behind making a halo of his hair.
  • haul Have they always had to haul water in Fisher County?
  • heal I think she treated my attempts to heal the wound in a manner that they did not deserve; but all that shall be forgiven, as shall also her original bad behaviour to poor Mr. Grey.
  • heel I've drawn you out; I only wish it was far enough for me to get my heel on you.
  • held "It has held me to my word more than once.
  • heller Two German priests, Heller informed him, had landed on one of the islands of the archipelago, and were preaching the pure doctrines of the Christian faith, denouncing cannibalism and polygamy, and otherwise sapping the established religion.
  • hello "Hello, Hugh," she said indifferently, looking back over her shoulder; "have you turned up again?"
  • helm I myself felt the necessity of repose: it was with difficulty that I could keep my eyelids raised; every minute Nature imperiously demanded her rights, and I nodded at the helm.
  • help "Then you can help me, perhaps.
  • hill "Anybody that comes along through that hollow at the foot of Brer Porky's hill at sun-up is likely never to forget it.
  • hilly If my motor had been too full for hilly country, you wouldn't have been the Jonah to cast into the sea.
  • holly It was Christmas Eve, with its loads a holly and mistletoe, and the town was very full of strangers who had come in from all parts of the country on account of the day.
  • holy Sir Bors and Sir Percivale, when at length they were recovered from the brightness of that glory, looked up to find that the holy Joseph and the wondrous vessel had passed from their sight.
  • howl It was a low, deep howl.
  • hula
  • hull
  • hurl
  • jell
  • sell
  • shell
  • tell
  • well
  • yell
  • We'll
  • Hal "He knows, all right," Hal broke in.
  • Nell
  • she'll
  • he'll Let you keep at him long enough, and he'll give in.
  • hole "'And now,' said the griffin, 'I will tell you what you are to do-look here;' and, moving his great fan-like tail, he showed the dog an enormous heap of gold and silver, in a hole in the ground, that he had covered with the folds of his tail; and, also, what the dog thought far more valuable, a great heap of bones, of very delicious smell and appearance.
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