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Correct spellings for HIREARCY

  • crecy They fought at Crecy upon Saturday, August 26th.
  • harry Sammy's cookin', Lesley Gore and Ritchie Valens, end of story Mahavishnu, fujiyama, kama-sutra, rama-lama Richard Perry, Spector, Barry, Righteous, Archies, Nilsson, Harry Shimmy shimmy ko-ko bop and Fats is back and Finger Poppin' – Life Is A Rock (But The Radio Rolled Me) by reunion
  • hearer
  • hearsay
  • hearse But pity on thy sable hearse, Mine eyes the tears of sorrow shed; What though tears cannot fate reverse, Yet are they duties to the dead.
  • heiress He speaks quite freely of her as his sole heiress, often showing me the actual figures of what he expects to leave her."
  • heresy The old teamster had been watching incredulity settle on the face of Dwight Wade, and this heresy in one to whom his affections had attached touched his sensitiveness.
  • hierarchy A concordat was arranged with the Pope for governing the church in Hayti, and finally in 1860 the church placed under the French hierarchy.
  • hire He can give us no light at all into his estate, but upon the whole tells me that he do believe that he has left but little money, though something more than we have found, which is about L500. Here came Sir G. Lane by chance, seeing a bill upon the door to hire the house, with whom my coz and I walked all up and down, and indeed it is a very pretty place, and he do intend to leave the agreement for the House, which is L400 fine, and L46 rent a year to me between them.
  • hired "I've hired all kinds of men to keep order," she replied.
  • hoary At a distance, but distinctly to be seen, high up in the golden light of the setting sun, appeared the Great Stone Face, with hoary mists around it, like the white hairs around the brow of Ernest.
  • horace "Mr. Horace Snakit," he said, "of Dooby and Somes.
  • hurry You were in such a hurry.
  • piracy Well, responded Burt doubtfully, it looked a whole lot like downright piracy to me, that's all.
  • racy I do rather hope your royal mind Is naturally fond of something racy.
  • tracy The plot is worked out with great skill and ingenuity, the characters are convincing and consistent, for Mr. Tracy is a delightful story-teller and this is some of his best handiwork.
  • Hires Sherwood hires a team at least twice a week, and of course it counts up.
  • Hiram What Hiram would do, she had no idea.
  • Horacio
  • hares It seems to have been a common practice of the old witches to turn themselves into hares, in order to vex the squires, justices, and country parsons, who were fond of hunting, as the old dames could elude the speed of the swiftest dogs.
  • hears Doesn't tha' understand a bit o' Yorkshire when tha' hears it?
  • rears On odds and ends of mountain land, On tracks of range and rock Where no one else can make a stand, Old Brumby rears his stock.
  • hurrahs You could hear the "Hochs" and Hurrahs all over town, they said.
  • hearers I thought some of the hearers were prepared to see further than their teachers, and the time may yet come when some may be drawn into a more spiritual worship.
  • uncomplicate
  • droughtiest
  • godawful
  • portlinesses
  • riotest
  • schizo-phrenic

179 words made from the letters HIREARCY