What is the correct spelling for HOODD?
This word (Hoodd) may be misspelled. Below you can find the suggested words which we believe are the correct spellings for what you were searching for. If you click on the links, you can find more information about these words.
Correct spellings for HOODD
- hoard A constant subject of jest between Mrs. Sumfit and Master Gammon was, as to which first of them would be overpowered by curiosity to know the amount of their respective savings; and their confessions of mutual weakness and futile endeavours to extract one piece of gold from the hoard .
- hod He was too poor to keep a servant, so when he found that the coal-hod was empty he had to go out to the kitchen to fill it himself.
- hold Now, get you back with the rest, or I'll see if they still hold good."
- hood I crawled into my sleeping-bag, made a hood of my Navajo blanket, and peeping from under it, watched the fire and the flickering shadows.
- hoodoo His basket of "yarbs" was under the side of the rock in hoodoo -like shadows and the wagons of poor, innocent, sacrificed lambs and turkeys and sucking-pigs were backed up by the largest infernal pit.
- hoofed I've hoofed it all the way up here for nothin'.
- hooked The women sometimes use the gig, and always carry one in each canoe to strike large fish which may be hooked and thereby facilitate the capture.
- hoot And the heir would walk where he walked, listen to the same twilight carollings, hear the first hoot of the distant owl.
- horde In that daring, enterprising frame of mind, which, when combined with genius, constitutes the leader of a horde of savages, or the ruler of a people, boasting the power of discrimination and the resistance of ambition, he was certainly surpassed by some of his successors, who afterwards lived among us.
- hot So drink it hot .
- howdy "Mornin', Ira," says I. "Howdy," says he, as natural as if this was a reg'lar habit of ours.
- Had Then, perhaps, you had better not speak, sir.
- Hid She hid her face on his shoulder.
- he'd He'd sooner by half stop up in the woods.