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  • comport Comport yourself among them independently, as one who will some day be chief of a British tribe, but be not sullen or obstinate.
  • compote Put in the figs, and simmer them very slowly until tender; dish them on a glass dish; reduce the syrup by boiling it quickly for 5 minutes; take out the lemon-peel, pour the syrup over the figs, and the compote, when cold, will be ready for table.
  • hamper If at any time you should want a hamper, you've only got to say so.
  • heliport Driver-make that the LaGuardia Heliport.
  • homebody Oh, how pathetically she had wished and wished to be a man and take her place out in the world fighting its battles, instead of poor little me who could never be anything but a homebody to worship the great, strong, red-blooded men who did the fighting and carried on great industries-not even an athletic girl like those dear things up ahead-and this horse is bobbing up and down like that on purpose, just to make poor little me giddy, and so forth.
  • homeopath But he wuz a Homeopath and believed in takin' the same kind of medicine backward and forward as it were, sunthin' as the poem runs: Tobacco hic when you're well will make you sick, Tobacco hic will make you well when you're sick.
  • homeopathy I think homeopathy is the thing for children.
  • homeward "Let's go by there, and pull the old pen down," said Frank, as they started homeward from the far side of the woods.
  • honeypot Wine in abundance they certainly contained, and all the afternoon men singly and in clusters had been swarming in and out of these entrances like flies about a honeypot.
  • hotpot
  • humped At the same moment, the humped Something, midway out upon the yard, rose up.
  • impart The poet's privilege, as the poet's duty, is not merely to impart the pleasure, but to aid the process of instruction.
  • import Three times did Mary Martin read over this passage before she could bring herself to believe in its meaning; and hot tears of sorrow coursed down her cheeks as she became assured of its import.
  • hampers And we are going to Friar's Oak, eight miles away; and we are to take hampers full of dainties.
  • homepage Ada Aharonis Homepage
  • homered
  • homed The remains of beauty homed in her brown and wrinkled face; her grey eyes were gentle, and her expression wistful and kindly.
  • homiest
  • humidor The elder Duryea held out a humidor of fine cigars, and his hand shook so hard when he held the match that his son was forced to cup his own hands about the flame.
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