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  • hag But the hag Vengeance shall not slip me!
  • hedge Two great cedar trees stood, one on each side the walk which led up to the house, and which was bordered by a box hedge so high that Edna could not see over it.
  • hg Articles of gold and silver should never be brought in contact with Hg.
  • hie He has tied them a' wi' St. Mary's knot, A' these horses but barely three; He's loupen on ane, ta'en another in hand, And away as fast as he can hie.
  • high They would not give so high a price in cash as the men expected.
  • higher From this point they could see much of the inner bay, and make out the yacht at anchor, but could not see much beyond that, and Jack suggested that they go to a still higher point, and get another observation.
  • hike When Nell joins us, we'll hike up the Niagara, cross over to Tonawanda, and take our breakfast in Buffalo.
  • hiker It is a Southern mountain resort of quiet charm and wonderful natural beauty set on the edge of a broad region of hills, ravines, and sweet-smelling pines, a paradise for the walker, the hiker, and the horseback rider.
  • hinge The door upon the landing turned upon its hinge, and Loftus Vaughan appeared in the doorway.
  • hog The term hog is a particularly offensive one in that country.
  • hue His face was tanned to the hue of copper, and he wore a short sandy beard, cut to a point.
  • hug Then he spread out his wings, as if to hug his beloved.
  • huge The fisherman's huge body reared up from the depths of the boat.
  • hugo The Germans who had concentrated in the Bois Hugo attacked about 4-30 p.
  • Hugh I had to send some one, and I knew Hugh would do it.
  • Hodge And last of all are two long forms, as if for Hodge, if Hodge chooses to come.
  • hugs A storm of cheers responded, and the entire crowd seemed disposed to exchange hugs and handshakes, while he turned to an officer at a table.
  • Hague And look at Hague up in the corner-and Elschild in the other corner!
  • huger Huger, who afterwards engaged in the well known enterprize of delivering the marquis from the dungeon of Olmutz; and perhaps the seeds of that honourable undertaking were sown under his father's roof.
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