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Correct spellings for HOUCE

  • a certain degree
  • a certain extent
  • a couple
  • a far cry from
  • abuses rights
  • abusing rights
  • abusive e mail message
  • affiancings
  • being in running
  • being in the service of
  • bursting bubble
  • choice
  • deuce
  • douse
  • force
  • hausa See Great Britain Entente of Great Britain, France, and Russia Ericsson, John Erie, battle of Lake Eurybiades, Spartan commander Evan-Thomas, British admiral Evertsen, Dutch admiral F. Falkland Islands, battle of Farragut, U.S. admiral Fighting Instructions, of British Navy Fireships First of June, battle of Fisher, British admiral Fisher, Fort, capture of Fleet in Being Foch, French general Foley, British captain Four Days' Battle, in Dutch Wars France, at war with England in 18th century; in Napoleonic Wars; in Far East; aids Russia; in World War Francis I, of France Frobisher, Martin Fulton, Robert; his submarine G. Gabbard, battle of Galleon of Venice, Venetian ship Galley, galleon, galleas, see Ships of War Gallipoli Peninsula, operations on; see Dardanelles Ganteaume, French admiral Genoa; at war with Venice Germany, early commerce under Hausa; unification of; in Far East; aids Russia; growth of; in World War.
  • haze
  • hence
  • hesse At the last Reichstag the Electors of Brandenburg and Saxony, as well as the Landgrave Philip of Hesse, brought their own preachers, whose sermons turned many heads, even the pastor of St. Emmeran's, Zollern, who was a child of Ratisbon.
  • hoarse
  • hock
  • Hodge
  • hoers
  • hoes
  • hoick
  • hole
  • home
  • hone
  • hooch
  • hooke At his death, Hooke had thousands of pounds stored in an iron chest.
  • hope
  • horace
  • horde
  • horse
  • horsey I took things that she handed me with an appearance of supreme indifference, was politely attentive to the elder Miss Fawney, and engaged with Lady Ladislaw and the horsey little man in brown in a discussion of the possibility of mechanical vehicles upon the high road.
  • HOS
  • hose
  • hosea
  • hosier The police think it belonged to Sir Horace because it is the same size as the gloves he wore, and because Sir Horace's hosier stocks the same kind-as does nearly every fashionable hosier in London.
  • hour
  • houri I believe she herself was a houri without them.
  • hours
  • house
  • Housed
  • Houses
  • Hove
  • howe
  • hoyle Moreover, it cannot here be applied to Hoyle, whereas it very well fits Ravenscroft.
  • huck Readers of Mark Twain's books-especially the stories of Huck and Tom, will hardly be surprised to hear of these early happenings that formed so large a portion of the author's early education.
  • hue
  • hues
  • huge
  • hume
  • hus
  • joyce
  • louse
  • luce
  • mouse
  • puce
  • rouse
  • Royce
  • sauce
  • source
  • souse
  • voice
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