What is the correct spelling for HIDDIN?
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Correct spellings for HIDDIN
- bidding She did not take a single glance in the direction of those who were bidding for her.
- harden And regarding her, Sonia Turgeinov's eyes began to harden a little.
- harding If he had to turn out just once would it help Mr. Harding ?
- haydn Before I met him, says Strauss, I had been brought up on strictly classical lines; I had lived entirely on Haydn , Mozart, and Beethoven, and had just been studying Mendelssohn, Chopin, Schumann, and Brahms.
- heading I'm sure I owe my life to him, for the last thing I recollect we were heading direct for the train."
- herding I'm tired of herding sheep.
- hidden A man was kept in hiding at that place for nearly a week, ready to give the alarm if the hold-up men returned to get the pouches which they had hidden .
- hiding Are you sure they were in this hiding place when Inspector Chippenfield took charge of everything?
- hindi SONGS OF INDIA, RENDERED FROM THE URDU, HINDI AND PERSIAN BY INAYAT KHAN AND JESSIE DUNCAN WESTBROOK.
- hitting Jack had taken the bearing of the island just after starting, and laying a small pocket-compass before him, kept the head of the canoe due south, for our chance of hitting the island depended very much on the faithfulness of our steersman in keeping our tiny bark exactly and constantly on its proper course.
- midden During an unsystematic, unmethodical overhauling of the shell heap of an extensive kitchen midden -to apply a very dignified title to a long deserted camp- interesting testimony to the diligence and patience of the deceased occupants was obtained.
- Bidden It came, and she answered as her mother had bidden her, and after that it ceased.
- Heeding He had remembered this, but, instead of heeding the warning, the thought of her had merely recalled her uncle, Archibius, who possessed great influence, not merely on account of his wealth but because every one also knew his high standing in the regard of the Queen.
- Hayden Mr. Magee opened the card-room door farther, and saw the figure of the stranger Hayden confronting the mayor.
- Hardin In 1892 the work done by Mrs. Sarah Hardin Sawyer resulted in the admission of women to Wesleyan College in Winchester.