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  • ajar Windows open, doors ajar In the garage is parked a car – Burt Bacharach And Family by b-side
  • car
  • gar Ich hatt' vergessen, ganz und gar, Ich war schon zweimal 16 Jahr'. – Airport (Dich Wiederseh'n) by udo lindenberg
  • gear Patching his bridles and counting his gear, Crammed with the gossip of half a year. – The Ballad Of The King's Jest by Rudyard Kipling
  • ha Before you took me by the hand, girl, ha I was a statue in the sand, girl I was broken down for reasons, aah You could never understand, girl – I'm Satisfied by bee gees
  • hack To the crupper behind him, puts spurs to his hack, Makes a dash through the crowd, and is off in a crack! – Hand of Glory, The : The Nurse's Story by Richard Harris Barham
  • hacker
  • hag She 's not one for half measures, I promise you; and then, remember, that though she is one 'of us,' and well born, she has never mingled with the society of her equals; she has always lived that kind of life you saw yourself,-taking a cast with the hounds one day, nursing some old hag with the rheumatism the next.
  • hair She's the only one too who knows how to arrange her hair."
  • haj The Haj is quite black, though his features are not Negro.
  • hake
  • hard
  • hare
  • hark But I have allowed myself to run ahead too fast, so must hark back to Kimberley, as "New Rush" had now come to be called.
  • harm
  • harp
  • hart
  • haw
  • hawk
  • hawker Mr. Hawker, in his "Footprints of Former Men in Old Cornwall," claims the honor for the Dozmere or Dermary Pool in North Cornwall.
  • hay
  • he
  • head
  • header
  • heal
  • healer
  • heap
  • hear
  • heard
  • hearer
  • hearse
  • heart
  • hearth
  • hearty
  • heat
  • heater
  • heaver
  • heck
  • heir
  • hera But the tone of these Greek poets is as different from that of Lucretius as a Greek Hera is from a Roman Juno.
  • herb
  • herd
  • here
  • hero
  • herr
  • hew
  • hex
  • hg
  • hie
  • higher
  • hike
  • hiker The "hiker" is repeatedly delighted to find his trail passing quite easily from one peak or ascent to another over a natural connecting embankment.
  • hq
  • hr
  • hue
  • huge
  • jar
  • jaw
  • jay
  • jeer Then the men began to shout and jeer, and the boys, stung by this, ran down the hillside after us, brandishing their sticks.
  • jew
  • Her
  • Hers
  • Hey
  • Hadar
  • Hagar
  • hears
  • GER
  • huger
  • afterparts
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