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  • heme
  • hermes
  • hiss
  • hives When a death occurred in a household where bees were kept it was deemed desirable for some one to acquaint the occupants of the hives with the fact, and also to tell them on the day of the funeral that the corpse was about to be lifted.
  • home But I thought Mrs. James was going home at once?
  • hose "A valiant, weather-beaten, mettlesome, obstinate, leathern-sided, lion-hearted, generous-spirited old governor"-the adjectives describe him well; a sufficiently imposing figure, with his slashed hose and velvet jacket and tall cane and silver-banded wooden leg, he ruled the colony for twenty years with a rod of iron, fortifying it, enlarging it, settling its boundaries, keeping the Indians over-awed, the veriest dictator this continent ever saw, until, one August day in 1664, an English fleet sailed up the bay and summoned the city to surrender.
  • hume But Hume and Cochrane were utterly impracticable.
  • humus That warm splendid afternoon, the far-spreading fields looked like the very triumph of fruitfulness, a growth of germs which the humus amassed through centuries had nourished with prodigious sap, thus producing this first formidable crop, as if to glorify the eternal source of life which sleeps in the earth's flanks.
  • times
  • Him
  • Hires
  • His
  • Hines
  • homes
  • limes
  • harms
  • mimes
  • hikes
  • hums
  • hides
  • hams
  • HMS
  • HEMS
  • HIMS
  • WHIMS
  • DIMES He knew that it was right to go out and earn dimes to buy the things needed in the cabin, but he equally knew it was wrong to get this money dishonestly.
  • HIES
  • HOMOS
  • SHIMS
  • chimes In the middle, and above the arch, is a superstructure of timber-work faced with gilt lead, where are the bells of the clock and those of chimes, which ought to play every half-hour.
  • rimes
  • dis-interesting
  • exprobated
  • see-through
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