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  • hack In the olden days at ten p.m. I'd be necking in a hack. But this evening when it's ten p.m. You will find me hitting the sack. – I Sleep Easier Now by Unknown Author
  • hasp The lid was attached with heavy rawhide hinges, and was secured by an iron hasp held by a clumsy-looking padlock.
  • hassock He remembered her, a tall, awkward girl, with a volume of Dickens slipping from her lap as she sat on a hassock by the fire, teasing her father, scolding and reproaching him.
  • hausa Hospitals for these Hausa serfs?
  • hoax Such a trumpery tale every one of us smokes, And we know very well your whole story's a hoax!-- – 'Monstre' Balloon, The by Richard Harris Barham
  • hog "Well," he declared, "when anyone up and says my coffee's only fit for the hog -pen, I'm going to get even with him.
  • hoist
  • hokusai In his characteristically suggestive comment upon the Japanese artist Hokusai , Mr. John La Farge gives an interesting account of the training established and enforced in the school of the Kanos, a family of painters which survived the vicissitudes of more than four centuries.
  • hook He started forward and saw Vaniman in the hook of the Squire's arm.
  • hookah The stranger was puffing at his hookah and listening with disdain to the words of a young maiden of marvellous beauty; who vainly essayed to call his attention to the approach of the prince and Ablano.
  • hooke What, exactly, were the instruments applied by Hooke to his weather clock?
  • hooks Mrs. Holt opened a large closet having hooks for dresses at one end and shelves at the other.
  • hooky When he played hooky from school on Thursday it never occurred to him that he would be answerable to the powers that be on Friday.
  • hoosegow The next thing I heard, two men we've been keeping an eye on were in the hoosegow , one with a slug in his shoulder.
  • hoosier James Whitcomb Riley has chosen the homely Hoosier dialect as the clothing of the speaker in most of his monologues.
  • horse Why, he is as strong as a horse .
  • horseback I made the trip on horseback and most of the time alone.
  • horsey This proved to be a Mr. Griggs and his son, a horsey young man, whom she vaguely knew by sight, having encountered him when following the hounds.
  • hose But that hose upset me completely; it came as such a tremendous surprise.
  • hosea If Amos is the St. James of the Old Testament, Hosea is the St. John.
  • host Even during the hurried interval which Mr. Cartwright spent in his house while waiting for the gathering together of his host , he had found time to inquire of his wife if she had seen Helen, and being told in reply that she was nowhere to be found, the extremely disagreeable truth immediately suggested itself to him.
  • hours The meeting held about two hours and a half.
  • house You are a bad girl; I cannot bear to think that you should be in the same house with Audrey.
  • hus After all, John Nepomuk's trouble was more a personal one, a quarrel about a domestic affair, whereas John Hus went all the way to Constance to bear testimony to the faith held by his people, and was burnt there with all the pomp and ceremony which Church and State of those days could put up.
  • husk It should, however, be very thoroughly chewed and eaten moderately, on account of the thick, firm indigestible husk which surrounds the kernel.
  • husky She made the tears come into her eyes as she spoke, and when she said that she should always be proud to be associated with one of his works, Hoskins's voice was quite husky in replying: "Is that the way you feel about it?"
  • hussar Once, after a dinner at which Meineck had been her neighbour, a very cultivated and interesting friend asked her how she could possibly find any entertainment in that superficial hussar .
  • mosaic The building itself is only a shadow of its former magnificence-for the many alien conquerors of India have despoiled in it in succession, taking away the solid silver gates, the diamonds, rubies, sapphires and other precious stones from the flower decorations, and even the gold and silver from the mosaic work.
  • oscar "His name is Oscar Winslowe," he said fiercely.
  • sac The opening to the yards extended the whole width of the pass, and there were three large gates through which horses entering the cul-de-sac were bound to go.
  • sack Still, if he goes to Lisbon, as no doubt he will, and by any chance happens to hear that Miss O'Connor was one of those who had escaped from the sack of Oporto, he might make inquiries, and then all sorts of trouble might arise, even if he did not have her carried off by force, which would be easy enough in a place so disturbed as Lisbon at present is.
  • sag Down below him in a sag fed the mares.
  • sec How a private sec .
  • sic Else they'd put up the rent to sic a figure he couldna pay it.
  • soak Soak your nose in the wash-basin, and you'll be all right in the morning.
  • Has And come and tell me when he has gone.
  • Hast While I feared and doubted, I thought, 'If worse comes I will go at once to Rahal Ragnor'-Thou hast failed me."
  • His His leg's bad ag'in."
  • Horsed And though Sir Tristram followed swiftly after him, yet he was so well horsed that he escaped.
  • Houses That would do; for then they would not spoil two houses."
  • Housed "Yes, it kept me housed six weeks.
  • Cossack Both girls looked up to see a young Cossack soldier riding toward them.
  • Tosca It could be made as good a woman's part as the big act of Tosca .
  • Issac
  • Hocks
  • Horses
  • hugs
  • hogs
  • hoes
  • HS
  • HAGS
  • HOS
  • HES
  • MASC
  • HSBC
  • HOSP
  • HOSED
  • hoers
  • hoses
  • hookahs
  • hoick
  • unnoteworthy
  • affiancings
  • endlesses
  • in-conspicuous
  • in-seminations
  • in-vestment

34 words made from the letters HOOSAC

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