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  • ha Must really be underestimatin' me and this 'k ha? It must not be meant for you so please get out the way now I'm one of the best doin' this, bout every day now, ah – H.B. Headbusta by juvenile
  • hair For dark my mother was in eyes and hair, And dark in hair and eyes am I; and dark Was Gorlos, yea and dark was Uther too, Wellnigh to blackness; but this King is fair – The Coming Of Arthur by alfred, lord tennyson
  • hay Across green fields and yellow hills of hay The little twittering birds laugh in his way – Alarm Clocks by Joyce Kilmer
  • he What is the good of a man and he Alone and alone, with a speckled shin? I would that I drank with my love on my knee Between two barrels at the inn. – Two Songs Rewritten For The Tune's Sake by William Butler Yeats
  • head And, `Neighbor, do but lift my head,' And `Who is wounded? Who is dead?' – Psalm Of The West by Sidney Lanier
  • heal Begin to heal Once I`m done with rebound time It`s time to bring on someone real We`ll think all the same thoughts – The Actuary Song by Unknown Author
  • heap None closed his blood-shot eyes but sought To keep his fellows from their sleep; All shouted till their anger grew And they were whirling in a heap. – The Three Beggars by William Butler Yeats
  • hear Will bless them another day. They answer, "Who is God that He should hear us, White the rushing of the iron wheels is stirred? When we sob aloud, the human creatures near us – Cry Of The Children, The by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • heard And called her name, she had heard. It may be, and had not stirred, – To Songs Of A Fool by William Butler Yeats
  • heart (And they were never really stars at heart) Achieve at times a very star-like start. – Fireflies in The Garden by Robert Lee Frost
  • heat Press onwards with such strength and heat, Their numbers balk their own retreat; – Siege of Corinth, The by george gordon, lord byron
  • heir But raising an heir Could never compare – Where Is the Life That Late I Led? by Unknown Author
  • hera For this Hera punished her with madness.
  • herr
  • hewer My wife at Mercer's mother's, I believe, W. Hewer with them, which I do not like, that he should ask my leave to go about business, and then to go and spend his time in sport, and leave me here busy.
  • heyday That was the wild old story I was thinking of as I made my way along the winding road, over a beautiful little stream in which I could see the trout lurking, and then across a golf ground to the ivy-draped ruins of the old abbey of the Franciscans, built by the Geraldines in the heyday of their power.
  • hyena The natives have no fear of the hyena; a small child armed with a stick can put to flight a dozen of them.
  • iyar
  • yea
  • yeah
  • year
  • Her
  • Hey
  • Ya
  • Yer
  • Hadar
  • Meyer
  • Hagar
  • Huey
  • hears
  • Beyer
  • hiya
  • afterparts
  • in-aptitudes
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