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- doped So Jeremy came back and entertained Grim and me with a burlesque account of the interview, after whispering to Narayan Singh to give the alarm in the event of Yussuf Dakmar returning forward to spy on us. Grim put the doped whisky into his valise after a sniff at it, instead of throwing it out of the window at my suggestion; and after a suitable interval he went out in the part of the Turk to look for the imaginary beautiful Armenian.
- heaped It was a new favor; and, indeed, I should be worse than insensible, if I did not consider the honors you have heaped upon me with no sparing hand with becoming gratitude.
- hipped He was a splendid figure of a man, broad shouldered, slim hipped.
- hope What with my search drawn out thro' years, my hope Dwindled into a ghost not fit to cope – Childe Roland To The Dark Tower Came by Robert Browning
- Harped But Professor Braddock harped incessantly on his loss-which was perhaps natural-and Widow Anne also talked a great deal as to the possibility of the mummy, being found, as she hoped to learn by that means the name of the assassin who had strangled her poor boy.
- Hoed He would pause between every hill that he hoed and make some remark, or look up at the sun for the time of the day.
- Hooped The dress stood stiffly glittering at them, white as snow, the nine frills pricking away from the great hooped skirt.
- Hopped Peter hopped into the sub and shortly he was there.
- Hoped "Julia, I have hoped all my life that it would never become necessary for you to hear this story.
- Loped Fadeaway loped out into the open.
- Roped He looks like they roped him somewhere in West Virginia a few months ago, put shoes on him, and brought him to town.
- Coped Without, the houses were all cleanly roofed with snow; the garden walls were coped with it a foot in height; the greens lay glittering.
- hopes She told me to-day that that is one of the things that she hopes we will do together-later on."
- holed Around 1875 the French introduced holed 1 cent coins styled after the Vietnamese cash.