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  • clop Winston, who knew at least as much about a horse as Lance Courthorne, however, bent them to his will, and the team were trotting quietly through the shadow of a big birch bluff a league from town, when he heard a faint clip-clop coming down the trail behind him.
  • elope I feel I must run away if I can get up a pleasant party to elope with me.
  • flop The smell of grease paint, like the flop of a cold, wet hand to her face, smote her with a familiarity out of all proportion to her limited experience in the theater.
  • halo Your body's a halo Their minds are on trial Sure as Adam is Eve Sure as Jonah turned whaler – The Love Thieves by depeche mode
  • hap It is now twenty years or more since The Sahara was explored, or before my present hap-hazard tour.
  • heal Thou canst make sorrow beautiful, and steal From joy its sweetest music, not as we Who by dead voiceless silence strive to heal Our too untented wounds, and do but keep – The Burden Of Itys by Oscar Wilde
  • heap Don't you wanna be, the top of the heap? This is where the jamboree never ends Why not be counting friends instead of counting sheep? – The Life Of The Party by idina menzel
  • heel Windy bus-stop. Click. Shop-window. Heel. Shady gentleman. Fly-button. Feel. – Baker Street Muse by jethro tull
  • held
  • hello King paused, saying: "Hello, Jim.
  • helm The world, and all its wisdom is against me; The dreams of priests; philosophy in chains; False learning swoln with self-sufficiency; Men seated at the helm of royalty Reasoning like school-boys;-what discouragements!
  • helot
  • help
  • helper
  • hemp The workmen are merely paid human machines; they do not labour for their own hands in their own little shops at home, or as the rope-maker slowly walked backwards here, twisting the hemp under the elms of the lane, afterwards, doubtless, to take the manufactured article himself to market and offer his wares for sale from a stand in the street.
  • hep
  • hip
  • hold
  • holdup Were they holdup men?
  • holey
  • holly
  • holy
  • hoop At Betsy Jane's suggestion she wore a hoop to-day on Theo's account, and that she was painfully conscious of the fact was proved by the many anxious glances she cast at her chocolate-colored muslin, through the thin folds of which it was plainly visible.
  • hoopla
  • hop
  • hope
  • hopi
  • howl
  • hoyle Next Hoyle led Carley down off the knoll to the wide cedar valley adjacent to the lake.
  • kelp
  • lop A narrow, well-beaten path led from the gate, which lazily lolled on one hinge, up to the decayed and sunken porch, in front of which was the well, with its lop-eared windlass and dilapidated curb and shed.
  • lp
  • plop He wondered, for a split second, if it might be one of the fowling pieces he had seen there, and then something whizzed past his head and exploded with a soft plop behind him.
  • slop
  • whelp
  • yelp
  • Heep David Copperfield disliked Uriah Heep even before he had any substantial reason for objecting to the evil genius of Agnes Wickfield's father.
  • Helped
  • Holt Her return was so immediate that Mrs. Holt had the letter in her fingers when Kate came back, and was reading the address so intently, that with extended hand, the girl said in cold tones: "My letter, please!"
  • Hal But in any case Hal must be there.
  • helps
  • heels
  • heals
  • GLOP
  • HOSP
  • HOLS
  • hellos
  • he'll
  • hole
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