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Correct spellings for HIEGH

  • afterparts
  • he "He could and he ought.
  • hear A thief, do you hear?
  • height Mrs. Lovenant-Smith rose nearly an inch in height.
  • heir Creditors were pressing, and only one expedient suggested itself: they must have a child; and thus enable themselves to draw on their capital, now tied up for the benefit of an unknown heir-at-law.
  • Her You know what father is; if he saw her.
  • hew Then you don't believe there is a Destiny that shapes our ends, rough-hew them how we will?
  • Hey "Betche Man got jealous of her'n Kenneth-by granny, I betche that's how it come about-hey?
  • hi "Hi, Mrs. Harrison, you are wanted.
  • hie "We give thee leave, but thou must come again," His foemen said; then low made answer he, "If I will not return, I'll bid you come to me" His wound he bound, and to the loch did hie, And drank his drink, and wash'd, and made no moan.
  • Hied 16 He hied him to the fatal place Where Margaret's body lay; And stretched him on the green-grass turf, That wrapped her breathless clay.
  • HIES
  • high I'd love to stay here and go through high school with you, but I am afraid I can't.
  • highs
  • hinge Two small scales lie near the corner of the hinge on each side.
  • hitch Hitch and I'll tell you where to go."
  • hue I understand that my eyes are green when I affect a green tie, light blue when I put on one of that delicate hue, and curiously yellow when I wear brown about my neck.
  • Huey W. T. Wilson, 123 O. Pennock, Huey, 6 Pa.
  • Hugh "Hugh," she cried, as though the name must surely explain everything: but he did not turn, even.
  • HUH What for this fellow, huh?
  • leigh "I don't know whether I need an excuse for this visit, but it occurred to me that I could drive Miss Leigh home," he explained.
  • neigh These were special gifts for Otanes; and this they also determined for all in common, namely that any one of the seven who wished might pass in to the royal palaces without any to bear in a message, unless the king happened to be sleeping with his wife; and that it should not be lawful for the king to marry from any other family, but only from those of the men who had made insurrection with him: and about the kingdom they determined this, namely that the man whose horse should first neigh at sunrise in the suburb of the city when they were mounted upon their horses, he should have the kingdom.
  • nigh Kingsnorth nigh took to his bed on it."
  • rings the blues
  • sigh "No; it is a misfortune," said Estelle, with a sigh.
  • thigh He felt his few coins burning in his breeches' pocket against his thigh, as if they warned him.
  • weigh "No-no direct news; but I hear some ships got under weigh about three o'clock.
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