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Correct spellings for HOUMOUR

  • hmo
  • home But they didn't really go home.
  • homer Sometimes he is regarded among the greatest poets because he is among the earliest, like Homer.
  • honour You had every reason for thinking him a man of honour?
  • hour Tell me at what hour I may call and see him in his house.
  • hum So, in like manner, on October 16, I passed under an old oak almost hidden by ivy, and paused to listen to the loud hum made by the insects that came to the ivy blossom.
  • hume Hume occupied all the rooms.
  • hummer It would have been impossible for any of them- "An' Ten Spot's a hummer when he gits started," Train was saying.
  • humor Then he said gravely, but with just a suspicion of humor about his mouth:- "General, if I had done that, you wouldn't be here in my tent to-day."
  • humour "It is only my sense of humour that has saved me.
  • humus Thirty years ago, when Chemistry and Vegetable Physiology began to be applied to Agriculture, the opinion was firmly held among scientific men, that the organic parts of humus-by which we understand decayed vegetable matter, such as is found to a greater or less extent in all good soils, and abounds in many fertile ones, such as constitutes the leaf-mold of forests, such as is produced in the fermenting of stable manure, and that forms the principal part of swamp-muck and peat,-are the true nourishment of vegetation, at any rate of the higher orders of plants, those which supply food to man and to domestic animals.
  • rumour It was shortly after this, that a rumour went round the ship that there was to be no look-out that night after eight o'clock.
  • tumour And so, constantly excited, the tumour-like mass tends to steady increase in size, until enlargements are formed which one may sometimes truly term enormous.
  • humors Humors of the danger threatened to his hitherto acknowledged ascendancy reached Liszt in his Swiss retreat.
  • HOMOS
  • homier

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