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Correct spellings for HIMOUT

  • afford a view
  • afford view
  • being in residence
  • gamut At one end of the social scale are men of refined minds and gentle nurture, at the other creatures from the slums, with slum minds and morals, and between them the whole social gamut is run.
  • haircut "It happens that I need a haircut.
  • hamlet This human loss is felt even more in the case of a return to some small centre, a village or hamlet where we knew every one, and our intimacy with the people has produced the sense of being one in blood with them.
  • hammett Walky Dexter was going to drive out to the Hammett place after supper to pick up his load of young people.
  • helot
  • hermit After a time he met the first hermit, who sent him to an older one.
  • hideout
  • hilt I squeezed the hilt of my sword, remembering that I had received it the eve from her hand, as if for her defence.
  • Him
  • HIMS An' does you t'ink hims mad?
  • hindu The Pamir plateau lies to the north of Peshawar, and is bounded in the south by the Hindu-Kush range.
  • hint
  • hirsute
  • Hist 9, 1; Prideaux Hist.
  • HIT
  • hmo
  • Holt "Judge Holt asked me to-day-" The doctor's hurried whisper was interrupted by a sound from the bed, and he hurried to his patient.
  • homed
  • hoot The mournful hoot of a distant locomotive whistle was the only sound to pierce the silence.
  • host
  • hot
  • humid
  • humor
  • humour
  • humus
  • hut
  • is vain
  • lends an ear
  • limit
  • mahout
  • moat
  • MOET
  • moot
  • Mort
  • mot
  • mott Speer is used to breathe a new spirit of devotion among college students, and Mott to arouse and organize their service around the world.
  • slow takes
  • slow the uptake
  • smut
  • timeout