What is the correct spelling for HERLAD?

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Correct spellings for HERLAD

  • harlot From her, if we may give credence to the old chroniclers, is derived our English word, harlot .
  • head Then he put his head in once more.
  • healed Just make the wound thoroughly clean and keep it so until it is healed .
  • held They held him up.
  • helot The poor helot came forward with a piteous look, cut herself a piece of bread, and took a pear.
  • herald The event that had seen him go down, down to oblivion one year ago might herald the reascendency of his star.
  • herd Then they went home, and there they found Donald before them, and a herd of the finest cattle they ever saw.
  • herod King Herod did not expect this.
  • hold What has this to do with the hold -up?
  • Haled For instance, whenever a wild young animal, a new recruit for the cavalry, was haled against his judgment by a man on either side to the hollow-sounding gangway over dancing depth of peril, these veteran salts of horses would assure him, with a neigh from the billowy distance, that they were not drowned yet, but were walking on a sort of gate, and got their victuals regular.
  • Hauled A lugger close-hauled standing across our course, sir.
  • Heeled She swung one knee over the other, revealing a mass of dainty petticoats, and silken hose, and a pair of high-heeled slippers.
  • Herded Then sudden comes the white folk, an' after a bit they was all herded on to a Reserve an' kep' there.
  • Howled Again the tempest howled.
  • Hulled Just then a shot went skipping along the water, making the sea flash into silver at every dip, and sped right on in front of the schooner's bows, a messenger sufficiently faithful to warn the Yankee skipper of what would be the fate of his vessel if he did not strike his colours, for the man who aimed that shot could as easily have hulled the swift craft.
  • Hurled He knew that with the strength of his crew exhausted the boat might be hurled back amid the breakers, to be dashed on the shore; or, should they even succeed in reaching the neighbourhood of the wreck, where the greatest danger was to be encountered, they might fail in getting near enough to save any of the people.
  • Harlan By Harlan I. Smith.
  • Hilda Hilda went over to her and put her arms about her and whispered: "Oh, mamma, mamma, he loves me; he has just told me so."
  • hailed Once he was hailed , but made no answer.
  • holed By the time that Archibald, putting with the care of one brushing flies off a sleeping Venus, had holed out and won the thirteenth, he was in the full grip of this feeling.

104 words made from the letters HERLAD