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  • beware I dare not risk it; but if in the future I should find that you have played me false-if, I say, this should prove a lie, then I tell you beware, for, as there is a Heaven above us, I will take my vengeance.
  • haywire That's why I want to find out what's gone haywire with it.
  • hegira Father Montoya, chief Jesuit, has left an account of the Hegira which he led down the river.
  • here Now here it was.
  • hewer I have this evening discoursed with W. Hewer about Mercer, I having a mind to have her again; and I am vexed to hear him say that she hath no mind to come again, though her mother hath.
  • hire Sometimes hire is charged for the boat, or for the boat and lines.
  • rewire
  • where I pace upon the battlements and stare On the foundations of a house, or where – The Tower by William Butler Yeats
  • wire I'm on a wire Gettin' together And we're on fire What I said – I Got Nerve by Miley Cyrus
  • Hayward
  • Hewing Forty or fifty men dropped over the Merry Maid's side, cutlass in mouth, and rushed along the galley's deck, hewing down all who ventured to oppose them and sparing only the slaves, who made no resistance.
  • Heywood In 1879 he was sentenced to thirteen months' imprisonment for sending through the post a pamphlet by Ezra H. Heywood on the marriage question.
  • Hewitt When I half lifted the young lady-whom I will here call Miss Violet Hewitt for the sake of the good name of her family-out of the taxi the woman became greatly alarmed.
  • hewers Here, then, is the plain thirst for training; by refusing to give this Talented Tenth the key to knowledge, can any sane man imagine that they will lightly lay aside their yearning and contentedly become hewers of wood and drawers of water?
  • payware
  • over play
  • sinuousnesses
  • siren songs
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