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  • ghost It's no ghost, darling. 'Cuz I'm pickin' up my pace and makin' time like space ghost Raising a toast to the highway patrol with the most – Curbside Prophet by Jason Mraz
  • haste Down to the kitchen he ran, in haste to get out and reach the great door. Your conscience now removed with haste The stench of death reveals the taste – Scoop by Nasum
  • hasty William Geake took two hasty turns up and down the little parlour.
  • heist Michael Halpert also sacrificed his reputation with the crew in the fake Buddha heist.
  • hoist They will the Red Cross Flag hoist, I tell you, and it will cover more than a parcel of nuns and schoolgirls.
  • honesty Captain Nelson tells us that you were unwise enough to express an opinion as to the honesty of the Portuguese escort that he proposed to send with you.
  • hoot My dear girl, I might not be worth a hoot at the job.
  • horsey "She loves horses, and yet she's not a bit horsey," she said in conclusion, "and there's really nothing better than that.
  • hose We sympathise with the natives, for we find clothes becoming intolerable; hence our enjoyment of the morning bath, which consists in getting into a large tub on board and being pumped upon by the hose.
  • host
  • hostel
  • hot
  • sty
  • Hast Thou hast killed thy lady!"
  • Hist Came now the storm that hist his heart.
  • Hurst
  • hosted
  • hosts
  • hoots If that game were reported in the newspapers it would consist of a record of the umpire's decisions, plus the reporter's impression of the hoots and cheers of the crowd, plus at best a vague account of how certain men, who had no specified position on the field moved around for a few hours on an unmarked piece of sod.
  • hoists The traders are the cursed middlemen, bad friends of the "people," and infernally treacherous to the nobles till money hoists them.
  • HST
  • HOS =Foer Ymnig Rening= foerekommer ofta hos dem, som aero blodfulla, liksom hos dem som aero bleka och svaga.
  • HOTS
  • HOSED
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