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Correct spellings for HODED
- hated "When I was out, I thought I hated every minute of it.
- headed They had headed straight for the lake and had gotten there.
- Boded But his eyes followed the two figures as they rode off, full of a bitter hatred that boded ill for their futures should chance come his way.
- Heeded He was a kind, true father, whose requests after death were heeded.
- Herded After one week the healthy calves may usually be safely herded together, or they may be safely placed in the cow stable.
- Hided "I hided," he shouted.
- Hoarded Now these MacNicol boys, again imitating the well-to-do among the fishermen, had each an account at the savings bank; and the pence they got were carefully hoarded up.
- Hoed I'd bust that the first time I hoed a row of 'taters," she declared.
- Honed To my surprise he didn't sell a single pencil sharpener, but he came back with an order for a Middle's razor and a stick of shaving soap, and also brought in eighteen safety razor blades to be sharpened, and two of the regular kind of razors to be honed!
- Hooded Marston wondered whether his eyes were dazzled, for the hooded figure began to look like the Bat.
- Hooted He had hooted and hooted in vain in the Green Forest, and he had sailed back and forth over the Green Meadows like a great black shadow without seeing so much as a single Mouse.
- Hoped She was very angry, but she was perfectly well-bred, she hoped.
- CODED In these negotiations we had to content ourselves with pointing out that whereas our enemies could pass on military information to their Governments by means of coded cablegrams, we should be confined to the use of the wireless stations.
- HOSED Along that pleasant shore bare-legged fishermen spread their nets, and going and coming by the Gibraltar boats were sometimes white-hosed, brown-cloaked, white-turbaned Moors, who occasionally wore Christian boots, but otherwise looked just such Moslems as landed at Algeciras in the eighth century; people do not change much in Africa.
- homed For ten long lunar months, the human babe is part of its mother; homed in the nest of her body, warmed by her warmth, fed by her blood.
- holed A meeting was held yesterday, and crews of two N.C.O.'s and thirteen men were chosen to man each of our fifty-five boats in case we should get holed, while the rest of us have to scramble into the nearest boat that has not its full complement.