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  • hiss The wolves howl, the serpents hiss And to extend this small favour, friend Would be the sum of earthly bliss Do you reckon me a friend? – Song Of Joy by Nick Cave
  • hoarse Now thy flute-notes are changed to coarse, I hear thee not at all, or hoarse – The Blackbird by alfred, lord tennyson
  • horse Stern Hassan only from his horse Disdains to light, and keeps his course, – Giaour, The by george gordon, lord byron
  • hosier Up betimes, and got myself ready to go by water, and about nine o'clock took boat with Henry Russell to Gravesend, coming thither about one, where, at the Ship, I dined; and thither come to me Mr. Hosier, whom I went to speak with, about several businesses of work that he is doing, and I would have him do, of writing work, for me.
  • hour Of sun and moon that a good hour Bellowed and pranced in the round tower; – Under The Round Tower by William Butler Yeats
  • houri You never saw such eyes in your life: what a houri she is!
  • hours Of bees that hover in the velvet hours.... Now a strain Wild and mournful blown from shadow towers, Echoed from shadow ships upon the foam, – Fairy Tale (2) by Katherine Mansfield
  • house We don't go to God's house It's more fun in the doghouse – We Don't Go To God's House Anymore by chumbawamba
  • hus
  • louis I'm Baby Huey, one of the best in the Louis – Welcome To Atlanta Remix by Ludacris
  • Hers The wonder was not yet quite gone From that still look of hers; Albeit, to them she left, her day Had counted as ten years. – The Blessed Damozel by Dante Gabriel Rossetti
  • His I stayed for a while at his place, running with this crowd of his Partying day after day, and meeting everybody in the Biz – L.A. by Fame Musical
  • Houris
  • Houses While the American carouses Where crimson shadows creep The French avoid those houses They go to bed to sleep – Only for Americans by Unknown Author
  • Ours The place for the moment is ours For you, oh tumultuous flowers, – Last Mowing, The by Robert Lee Frost
  • Yours That I heard no voice of yours Hail from out the curved contours – The Faded Face by Thomas Hardy
  • Sours
  • Hairs A little brush of squirrels' hairs, Composed of odd, not even pairs, – THE FAIRY TEMPLE; OR, OBERON'S CHAPEL by Robert Herrick
  • honors
  • tours Otherwise the path of travel has been made almost as smooth as Cook's easiest tours.
  • hoes As the first line of the first stanza is sung the dancers should stand in a loose group, adjust their hoes and pouches to be ready to go to the "field"; during the singing of the second line they should break into a file and move off.
  • hears You have become quite a famous character, and if the stories I hear are true-" "The stories one hears are never true.
  • hues But, spite of the clear and glowing hues in which she described her anticipations, her grey-haired listener could not have believed in them fully.
  • pours Clarence goes to a table, and pours something into a tiny glass.
  • heirs I have no immediate heirs.
  • HOS
  • HIES
  • fours
  • hoers
  • choirs
  • Hopis
  • homers
  • hovers
  • affectibilities
  • affiancings
  • godparenting
  • in-vesting
  • in-vestings