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- hearse I wondered what on airth could be in the hearse, for it seemed to be heavily loaded.
- hess 151 Hess, C.E.; Munich iii.
- hesse In this interest even Philip of Hesse was prepared to go to the very limits of possibility.
- hiss It was as though a vast tide were dragging back a million shells from an endless shore-the dragging hiss, the hesitating suspense in mid-air, and then the rattle of the returning wave.
- hoarse Those last words she spoke in a deep, hoarse whisper, a strange, wild look of desperation in her blue eyes.
- horse They were not allowed to sell any cattle or horse, or anything they had, to him.
- horsey He was a young man of horsey propensities, gifted with a sublime contempt for any kind of business requiring application or industry, and with a supreme belief in his own merits.
- horus The young Horus is represented with it.
- hose His hose were fortunately dark.
- hosea In a little while, however, Hosea, calmed his youngest son and promised all three of the children that, in the morning, he would take them to the bazaars in the market place, to buy what they pleased.
- hosier Let me have the address of Sir Horace's hosier-I'll give him a call."
- hours She could go on like this for hours.
- house 556. Have you always been in the same house?
- Hers Hers was a busy life, and it was a life lived for others.
- Horsed And so when they had horsed the kings again they drew them, all eleven kings, together, and said they would be revenged of the damage that they had taken that day.
- Houses 14,753. Are there many houses of that description in Shetland still?
- Horses The horses would never get us there.
- horns As we wound around the hill upon which they rested, all at once arose, shook off the snow, rubbed their horns on their knees, and then formed a huge star.
- hoes I observe mill-ponds, and hoes with long handles.
- HOS Yale has won, eleven to four, and the bruised and battered players of both teams have departed on their respective tally-hos, and Josephine and I are free to receive the congratulations of our friends with a calm mind, though my darling is still haunted by the fear that our illustrious son has left a tooth or two on the arena.
- hoarser She remembered that she had seen them before; but their beards were longer now, their faces still blacker, and their voices hoarser.
- hordes Malone wove through battling hordes to the edge and came out a few feet away from Mike Fueyo.