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  • arouse There's Sir Hugh and my brother away all day; Lord Fareborough has never come out of his room since the morning he tried deer-stalking; and what can Lord Rockminster find to arouse him in a pack of girls?
  • chorus There was a chorus from the young lady and the boys together.
  • grouse I stopped there a day once on my way to Minnesota, grouse shooting, and I never saw such a rum place.
  • hoarse "The man was scarcely able to blow the horn, but he did blow it, and it gave forth a harsh, terrible note, which sounded over the plain and was echoed back from the woods and the rocks with a hoarse , dreadful sound.
  • horace The calm, however, was deceitful; for the next morning he led her to the chapel, where Sir Horace and his son were waiting, and there forced her to give her hand to the latter!
  • horse Call some one to take Mr Harry's horse , and come as soon as you can."
  • horsey A week later this horsey husband of hers brought her on to Brighton for the races there, and hither John Lefolle flew.
  • horus "My precious eye of Horus , Mike.
  • hose "Now, I'm going to put this heavy stone on the hose pipe, just where it goes through the hedge.
  • hours I have been on the look-out for the last two hours .
  • house He at once went into the house .
  • rouse For a moment he thought he would rouse Harry, who slept on another bed in the same room; but in the end he decided not to disturb his brother's repose.
  • ruse It had been a clever ruse , and they had set the trap very deftly.
  • Heroes Fallen are thy heroes!
  • Hires Suppose she hires a carriage?"
  • Houris It was evident that there would be great excitement among my houris.
  • Houses I have been about the city, too, and I went into some of the houses.
  • Horses The horses moved off before he made any reply.
  • hares So once more I say I stick to Camacho, the bountiful skimmings of whose pots are geese and hens, hares and rabbits; but of Basilio's, if any ever come to hand, or even to foot, they'll be only rinsings."
  • HRS Before the HRS antenna became the default design for high power broadcasting in the 1950s, Sterba curtains were used.
  • hordes How was it possible for the little Belgian army to resist these immense hordes ? He ventures in: let no buzz'd whisper tell: All eyes be muffled, or a hundred swords Will storm his heart, Love's fev'rous citadel: For him, those chambers held barbarian hordes, – The Eve Of St. Agnes by John Keats
  • uncomplicate
  • affixings
  • in-seminations
  • meltings
  • staunching
  • staunchnesses

93 words made from the letters HORUSE

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