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Correct spellings for HOICE

  • boise
  • choice
  • deice
  • dice Trufaldin, pray open the door to these gentry, that they may challenge us for a throw with the dice.
  • force This treasure was ancient, taken by force From an elite caste of priests in Delphi The Templars were patient, they stayed out the course Then fleeced their Greek hosts in their sleep – The Spawn of Love and War by cradle of filth
  • haze
  • hence And when, amid no earthly moans, Down, down that town shall settle hence, Hell, rising from a thousand thrones, Shall do it reverence. – The City In The Sea by Edgar Allan Poe
  • hesse He had steadily opposed the policy of Metternich, had done his best to induce the universities to co-operate in a common German movement, and had tried to secure internal liberties for Hesse-Darmstadt, while he had urged his countrymen to look for the model of a free constitution rather to England and Hungary than to France.
  • hick
  • hide Too late Joanna tried to hide it.
  • hie The lad that thinks that the governor's gray matter is not as profuse as it should be, but he, through some unknown force, grabbed all that was coming to him and part of dad's might read the following verse and the conclusive portion of this chapter and apply it from a stand point of ordinary horse sense: When Johnnie Jones was twenty-one He said my farming life is done, I'll pack my duds and say Good Bye And to the city I will hie.
  • hike Now, you hike up and out of that!
  • hire Selene must know of the unexpected good fortune that had befallen her, and all of them, and then she would have the poor girl carried home in a litter, for there were always plenty for hire on the quay.
  • hiss As the train came thundering into the station and stopped with a mighty screaming of brakes and hiss of escaping steam, the aeroplane came to earth in the flat park-like space in front of the depot.
  • hive Each heart is cheered; on every side revive The sounds, the labors of the busy hive.
  • hoarse I say"-his voice was harsh and hoarse-"I say that I knew he must die.
  • hock A fair grape for the table, and makes a good wine, resembling Hock, but subject to mildew, rot and leaf-blight.
  • hoist Then I saw them put about and hoist some sort of sail-a blanket, I fancy, for it was too small for the boat-and in half-an-hour they were out of sight."
  • home I will go home.
  • hone
  • hooch
  • hooke What pleasure can be more, he exclaims, when men are tired of planting vines and fruits and ordering gardens, orchards and building to their mind, than "to recreate themselves before their owne doore, in their owne boates upon the Sea, where man, woman and child, with a small hooke and line, by angling, may take divers sorts of excellent fish at their pleasures?
  • hope
  • horace
  • horde
  • horse
  • horsey And he was about Herresford's height, spare of figure, and always faultlessly dressed in close-fitting garments with a tendency toward a horsey cut.
  • hose
  • hosea
  • hosier For a sum of five thousand francs he disposed of the fruits of his industry to a retired hosier named Gandy, who published them subsequently under the title Maxims and Thoughts of Napoleon, the preface being also supplied by the novelist.
  • hours
  • house
  • howe
  • hoyle The inhabitants were nearly all wreckers or smugglers-they ostensibly carried on the trade and calling of fishermen, farm-labourers, and small farmers; but they were deeply saturated with the sin of covetousness, and many a fierce fire has been lighted on the Wirrall shore on stormy nights to lure the good ship on the Burbo or Hoyle Banks, there to beat, and strain, and throb, until her timbers parted, and her planks were floating in confusion on the stormy waves.
  • ice
  • joyce
  • juice
  • nice
  • noise
  • poise
  • rice
  • vice
  • voice
  • His
  • Hove
  • Lice
  • Mice
  • Royce It needed more vitality than went with true comfort to deal with a house in an opulent spot and a Rolls-Royce.
  • Heine Are you going to be a printer when you grow up, Heine?
  • Hodge Come down, Hodge, where art thou?
  • Hairs
  • hoes
  • heirs
  • HOS
  • HIES
  • OISE Then, too, the Orleans princes, the Duc d'Aumale and the Prince de Joinville, the surviving sons of King Louis Philippe, took their seats as deputies for the Oise and Haute-Marne Departments, thus keeping the monarchical ideal steadily before the eye of France.
  • hoers
  • choicer Muter is so much choicer than the better attested mittar that I have followed editors from Ciofanus to Merkel in printing it.
  • hole
  • hoick
  • affectibilities
  • affiancings
  • impartings
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