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  • being hot for
  • being in residence
  • damon That's the way I understand friendship-that noble, genuine friendship which united Castor and Pollux, Damon and Pythias, Achilles and Patroclus, Orestes and Pylades.
  • demon His eyes seemed swimming in fire, and his countenance was that of a demon.
  • halon
  • haman When Haman saw this he was full of anger toward Mordecai the Jew, and he made a wicked plan to destroy not only Mordecai, but all his people.
  • Harmon The next day Joyce had another visitor, in the person of Andrew Harmon.
  • harmony One night they arrived at Harmony Falls.
  • herman It quotes Dr. Herman Hertz, that is to say, it represents you as quoting him!
  • heron Thus when a colony, say of the heron, tern, or flamingo, is found it is very easy for the hunter to break it up and destroy all the birds.
  • Him Was it about that you wished to see him to-night?
  • HIMS Four hims and a her.
  • hmo
  • Hmong
  • homing We have a fix on you and I'm sending a flight of homing missiles.
  • hominy Like the majority of the students' homes, Hominy Hall had no running water, and baking was done on a large, wood-burning stove.
  • HOMOS
  • HON Chief Inspector Sheffield bowed very low and entered a large room, which, save for the gentleman who had admitted him, now was occupied only by the Right Hon.
  • hormone He had undergone regimens of antioxidants and injections of human growth hormone.
  • human No human power can stop it.
  • humane Happy was my lot in falling into my countryman's power, as he was, contrary to many others of his calling, a humane, worthy, honest man.
  • humor To-morrow, perhaps, he may be in better humor or better spirits.
  • huron Then came three canoes bearing Brule and his Huron companions.
  • hymen Come, greet ye Hymen, greet Hymen with songs of pride: Sing to him loud and long, Cry, cry, when the song Faileth, for joy of the bride!
  • hymn Then Father Ponfret, catching their mood, raised for them the hymn to the Good Saint Anne.
  • is vain
  • kimono With streaming hair and tightly-clutched kimono, she was gesticulating wildly and bemoaning the break in the festivities which this event must necessarily cause.
  • lemon Her hand, gloved in lemon kid, was near his knee and he took it meditatively, pulling back the wrist of it until she drew away and removed it herself, smiling.
  • lends an ear
  • limn I can attempt to limn only the events which stand out most plainly on the graphic pages of this momentous epoch in Canadian history, and to pay a humble tribute to the memory of men, whose achievements saved Canada for England in those days of trial.
  • mon Get a move on ye, mon!"
  • Ramon Is that you, Ramon?...
  • simon This man does not get in over four or five hours' simon pure hard work in a day.
  • Simone At the time of which I write Messer Guido Cavalcanti was ostensibly the chief man among the Reds, and the chief man among the Yellows was Messer Simone dei Bardi.
  • simony 19 as being a rebuke of simony.
  • slow moving
  • slow on the uptake
  • Timon Yet if "the Punchites" share the feeling of old Timon that "we must dine together," it is neither for purposes of self-congratulation, nor yet of hospitality.
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