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- horse What horse is he up on?"
- hose It is taken through canvas hose over the field, and the soil is soaked to the subsoil.
- house "Has it come back, I mean, since you left the house?
- howe Mr. Antony Harlowe is resolved to do the same by his; for, it seems, he has now given over all thoughts of changing his condition, having lately been disappointed in a view he had of that sort with Mrs. Howe.
- howells Certain Delightful English Towns-Howells.
- Haws Haws in the Cocke gyue them none other worde.
- homes Did he not in all the years he was at Norton House, and later when he lived among them in a cottage in the village-did he not go into their homes and meet them as if he knew and felt that they were all of the same flesh, children of one universal Father, and did he not make them feel this about him-that the differences in fortune and position and education were mere accidents?
- holes I notice two holes yonder.
- vows He had spoken of gratitude and acquiescence in the letter which he had never sent, and now all the force of his character must make good those vows in her presence.
- showers In Hyde's presence she had been suffused with a bewildering, profound emotion, which had fallen on her as the gentle showers fall, to make the flowers of spring.
- hopes I hopes you'll never have to suffer lak me.
- hoes As this party of five, one behind the other, tramped on, two Peasants came along the road, carrying their hoes.
- howls As he took a step forward, a door banged some distance off, and a dog gave a few ringing howls.
- hues Would that it could be here and there touched with lighter and more cheerful hues; but truth is inexorable, and demands the strictest loyalty from those who worship at her shrine.
- hones I am ver' hones' business man.
- HOS "Ho, hos," of joy greeted the announcement.
- HES Hes overbred, like one of those expensive little dogs.
- WOES Personally she was rather disgusted with the inmates and their woes, whose lives and duties were mapped out by rule, whether they fitted or not.
- HEWS The Suabian hews into him lustily.
- HIES The night is falling, And storm-clouds gather in the threatening west; The lowing cattle seek a friendly shelter; The bird hies to her nest; The thunder crashes; wilder grows the tempest, And darkness settles oâ€™er the fearful din; Come, shut the door, and gather round the hearthstone: Are all the children in?
- OWES Let me see, just come here, and-Gordon owes me for many nights of anxiety, and I guess I've a right to make him pay.
- WOWS That remark always called forth a series of "Wows" in various keys.
- hewers We can vouch for this that these hewers and drawers of ore, in their dark-blue woollen suits, the arms bare, and caps with the candles or lamps stuck in the front, lighting up the pallid grimy faces, would be fully conscious of the honour done them, and would yield to no ruddy, fustian-clad ploughman or picturesque shepherd, with his maud and crook in loyalty to their Queen.
- hoses stone tablets down the mountain like Moses, bring the tanks and the hoses, – Back To Square One by paleface
- howlers It is a warning to the corporation criminals that the President and his advisers are not to be frightened by calamity-howlers, and will steadfastly pursue their policy of going higher up in their effort to bring the real offenders before the courts.