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  • bell He took out his watch and with his other hand touched a bell. Its tinkling tells me that a time is near Precious to me -- it is the Dinner Bell. O blessed Bell! Thou bringest beef and beer, Thou bringest good things more than tongue may tell: – Beer by Charles Stuart Calverley
  • cell Shut up helplessly in a cell, he was as feeble as a child, and his only strength was a sort of cunning malice. Stay with me, just hit me on the celly cell I know sufferin' and pain really well – Where It Goez Wrong by black moon
  • dell The wood was black about him, but there was a red glow in a dell close by.
  • ell Indigo and cotton grow in wild exuberance almost every where, without culture, and the women collect such quantities as they consider requisite for their families, which they prepare and spin upon a distaff; the thread is woven, by an apparatus of great simplicity, into fillets, or pieces from six to nine inches broad, which are sewed together to any width, required for use. The indigo, in its indigenous state, and a variety of other plants, colour these cloths, an ell of which will serve as a dress for a Negroe of the lower class.
  • fell His fell before them.
  • hail A hail on the land side.
  • hale His forehead was broad, not high; his face fresh and hale; the harshness of the north was seen in his features, as it was heard in his voice; every trait was thoroughly English-not a Norman line anywhere; it was an inelegant, unclassic, unaristocratic mould of visage.
  • hall He came to the door and looked up and down the hall.
  • halo A halo seems forever to float over our heads everywhere, even on the tips of the hair, which might crown us with glory and honor; but no man is yet crowned.
  • harlow The last time I told him all about Mr. Harlow, and he was so interested!
  • haul We had hired two homesteaders to haul out lumber and put up a small building for the newspaper and post office, although we had not yet got the necessary petition signed for a post office.
  • heal Let others fight; I will look on-No, I will follow in their wake and heal the wounded and whisper words of peace into the ears of the dying-Peace!
  • healer He had been producing his cures not by his liniment but by the strong effect of his prestige and reputation as a healer upon the minds of his patients and the consequent release of will power which enabled them to do things which they thought they could not do before.
  • heel Tregear, who during the interview had been standing, then bowed, turned upon his heel, and left the room.
  • hegel Hegel did not really hold that idea.
  • held He held them out.
  • heller "This is the Lord's doing and it is marvellous in our eyes," said Rabbi Lippmann Heller, who had taken part in the meeting as assessor to the college of Rabbis, at last after a long pause....
  • hello "Hello, Art," he said.
  • helm "Your humble servant, "Leo'd Helm.
  • help They could not help him.
  • hera By Hera, I envy you your wealth, Antisthenes, firstly, because the state does not lay burthens on you and treat you like a slave; and secondly, people do not fall into a rage with you when you refuse to be their creditor.
  • herb "If I am to be earning all day, when-" "The sick person must do all," said the herb-doctor.
  • herbal Culpeper wrote a number of medical works which do not concern us here, but his name will always be associated with his Herbal.
  • herd The care and treatment of the herd require work and close attention on the part of the attendant.
  • here "No, it is here.
  • hero "I'm all ready," calmly answered our hero.
  • herr "And yet, Herr Peter, I'll wager that your wife will confound the two words to-day, and think you have sorely transgressed against the 'ought.
  • hill "And now, General, that Hill has fallen back, can you not send him over here?
  • hilly His ambitions soared to-night, and reached out beyond this hilly, narrow street.
  • holly When he was gone I went back to the holly-bush, and stood gazing at the nest, and nursing angry thoughts in my heart.
  • holy Through her, all women were holy to him.
  • hourly The shocks were continued for upwards of a year, and were at first repeated almost hourly.
  • howl Anyway, they set up a howl and began shouting up out of the windows.
  • hula For his achievements in his senior season, Burke was chosen to play in the 1963 East-West Shrine Game and 1963 Hula Bowl.
  • hull Mebby I shouldn't do any better than they do if I stood so the hull of the time; mebby I should let my finger nails grow out like bird's claws and shake my own hands when I meet company instead of theirn.
  • hurl "Let us tear our rocks from their beds and hurl them upon the enemy!
  • hurler There are three distinct attributes which define a beer die hurler: offensive, defense, and stamina.
  • jell
  • sell
  • shell
  • tell
  • well
  • yell
  • Her It was her right.
  • Hers Hers was one of these.
  • We'll
  • Hal Hal Dozier determined that he would not tempt Providence.
  • Harley "Mr. Harley must have the best, you know, and we never drink it, and I'm so silly, I don't know good wine, and if you would send Tom where he can get good wine.
  • Hurley It was as broadly smiling as was that of Joe Hurley!
  • Perl
  • Herzl When Herzl came to Constantinople in June, 1896 he was under the impression that Nevlinski had already arranged an audience with the Sultan.
  • Nell
  • heels You were hard on my heels by then.
  • hurls On it were a few barren narrow ledges, and on these, by exerting ourselves so that the force wears off our finger-nails, it allows us to hang for a year or two, and then hurls us off into outer darkness and oblivion, perhaps to endure worse torture than this.
  • heals But we meet now, and that heals all.
  • she'll
  • they'll
  • he'll He'll just have nothing to do with it.
  • hole He contemplated boring a hole in the hull of the Vulture but decided to wait until the ship was under sail.
  • unaffordable
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