What is the correct spelling for HITGH?
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Correct spellings for HITGH
- haiti Europe smiled when, glancing at Haiti , she saw this white Soulouque appear.
- hat Presently the hat returned round the table to the leader.
- hatch Sam, said Lem, with a wink at Moses Hatch , you hitch up your hoss and fetch me over to Harwich to git that indictment.
- hate What did he hate ?
- hater It was Arrkroo, the Hater .
- height Height above the sea, 497 feet.
- hide Where does he hide ?
- high And when the water is high , what do they do then?
- hinge All the arguments for and against him hinge therefore on the evidence of Pompilia's guilt or innocence as established by the previous enquiry; and as we have seen, the formal result of this enquiry was unfavourable to her.
- hitch Hitch your wagon to a star.
- hitter They left some of their number on the sand behind them, for White was a hard hitter .
- hot He sat thinking it over in the office one hot afternoon.
- hut And I've seen no sign of any house or hut ."
- hutch Little O'Grady was celebrated for keeping the most untidy and harum-scarum quarters throughout the entire Rabbit-Hutch, and for being wholly beyond the reach of reproof or the range of intimidation.
- Hath Again an ancient phrase learned in childhood came floating through my mind: "He hath put down the mighty from their seats, and exalted them of low degree!"
- Hid At last a bend in the dry river bed hid them from view.
- Hider "You may be a pretty good hider," she bellowed.
- Hied Then saw he a sword lying by the dead knight, and taking it in his hand, he hied him from the chapel.
- Hugh Hugh already slept there, and gave himself airs in proportion; but Hugh they regarded as a very aged person; not as old, it was true, as their cousins who came down from college at Christmas, and who, at the first outbreak of war, all rushed into the army; but each of these was in the boys' eyes a Methuselah.
- hits "Well, sir," he answered, "it's rather hotter than the last place, except for direct hits ."
- HT But if Aught has fall'n out beyond his hopes, all that Let him account clear gain.
- HIT I've hit on a plan to beat this feller.
- highs London calling, see we ain't got no highs Except for that one with the yellowy eyes – London Calling by cake