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- Berthed So neatly, indeed, was the trick done that the first intimation poor old Peter White-the owner of the ship and cargo-had of his loss was when, at the first streak of dawn, he slipped out of bed and went to the window to gloat over the sight of the safely-arrived ship, moored immediately opposite his house but on the other side of the harbour, where she had been berthed upon her arrival on the previous afternoon.
- hart Mrs. Hart, who had hitherto treated him with the utmost cordiality, now called him into the parlor, and told him frankly that she would be obliged to him if he would let her have his room.
- heart From the first moment I saw you I felt sure that you had a kind heart.
- hearth Flamby jumped up, took the match and threw it in the hearth, then returned slowly to her place.
- hearty "Then so much the better," replied the king in a hearty tone.
- heat As if," he spoke with heat, "Stella weren't as good as the best of 'em-and better!
- heath If this be Jarret's Heath, we must be near the end of our errand.
- heathen He has slaves who would die in his service, and who would consider it a merit to deceive the heathen English."
- heather And so did the heather moon!
- height Just about his height he was, and kinder slimmish like.
- herbart He turns to the macrocosm, almost as naturally as Herbart does to the microcosm.
- herbert Surely not Herbert himself, and yet-oh!
- herd They were talking quietly of home, of Eden, of the colonists who, more and more, seemed to take on the character of a contented herd of animals.
- hermit In these days even the hermit doesn't altogether escape letters.
- hothead Perhaps it is better so, for who knows what harm a pen might do in the hands of an inexperienced, uncomprehending hothead.
- hurt I'll not have her hurt."
- more ill equipped
- more ill-lighted