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Correct spellings for HPURS

  • heaps
  • hops Here I saw hops growing, for the first time; and here, for the first time, I heard the German language spoken-and observed much of the German character in the countenances of the inhabitants.
  • horus That which is in the two eyes of Horus hath been presented unto thee with the two vases of Thoth, and they purify thee so that there may not exist in thee the power of destruction that belongeth unto thee.
  • hours If not, a few hours only and she shall!
  • hus Originally he was merely a hus -bondi, or house-inhabitor, though probably he had more to do with agriculture than the farmer who ousted him.
  • opus To name a child, to give him a sign that shall go with him to his grave, and that shall fit that mystery of the cradle which time and temptation and trial shall alone reveal-hoc opus , hic labor est.
  • purse You only asked me to say, 'Your purse or your life.
  • pus As he stepped from the great canoe, Ta-la-pus thought he felt a strange thrill pass through the soles of his feet.
  • puss Whittington brought poor puss , and delivered her to the captain with tears in his eyes, for he said, "He should now again be kept awake all night by the rats and mice."
  • Hauls "Let's see;" she calculated;-"ore is $10 a ton; 20 tons to a car; say one locomotive hauls 25 cars.
  • Hers She caught them in hers eagerly.
  • Houris The officer, a frustrated and disappointed sensualist, whose imagination was tantalized but never fed by the fact that he was in the fabled Orient, the abode of lovely Circassians and other houris, nodded agreement.
  • hoops It proved to be a gipsy encampment, consisting of three or four little cabins, or tents, made of blankets and sail-cloth, spread over hoops that were stuck in the ground.
  • Hairs I argued that our meeting, if we really had met, could not have taken place many years ago, for I recognized exactly the curling gray hairs in the professor's beard, the wrinkles in his forehead, and a slight mark upon one cheek, just below the eye.
  • Hips With a great deal of pleasure, he stood for a second at the crest of the hill, his hands on his hips, looking down at the town of Speyer as it baked in the May afternoon sunlight.
  • hurts She says, her heart hurts her.
  • spurs Then he put spurs to his horse and galloped down the trail toward Golden Crossing.
  • hugs Forward bolted Charley; forward bolted Billy; and delivered such a series of frantic hugs that their mothers simply had to know them, in spite of tan and clothes.
  • spars Her masts and spars were still hanging to her side, an' so, thinks I to meself, I'll have a struggle for life.
  • harps They manage this by putting the Sunday doctrine off into a future world; that is, we are to pounce upon one another and devour one another under the "iron laws" of economics so long as we live on earth, but in the next world we shall play on golden harps and have nothing to do but love one another.
  • hopes "Yes, Aunt Elfrida; and I should ask your pardon for speaking of my hopes just now!
  • hubs What a road-sometimes entirely gutted, sometimes so obstructed with gasoline cans, hubs of wheels and scraps of iron, that I was obliged to lead Cesar by the bridle, while the others would walk ahead and clear a passage.
  • hears From every quarter one hears your praise."
  • hums The night deepens, the palace towers loom spectre-like, and the town hums wearily.
  • hurls Hence their warrior's heart hurls them against the steel, hence their ready welcome of death, and the thought that it were a coward's part to grudge a life sure of its return.
  • hoppers Yet, unlike the hen and like all hoppers , they scratch with both feet at once, which is by no means the best way to scratch.
  • hues Slowly the dark and grey hues of winter are yielding to the lively tints of spring.
  • pours 22. In all directions the sun pours forth, with the most prodigal liberality, its torrents of light and of heat.
  • heirs If Mrs. Cliff had looked around at the four heirs who were sitting upright in their chairs, gazing in horror at Miss Inchman, she would have been startled, and, perhaps, frightened.
  • HRS She wished she had put 2 hrs.
  • PARS He also wrote Upton's Physioglyphics, London, 1844; Pars prima.
  • PUPS She remembered the fate, too, of Basil's hound Juno, and her mongrel pups.
  • HUD'S
  • HYPOS
  • hypes
  • hoers
  • Hopis
  • hippos
  • Huns
  • adequations
  • affectibilities
  • affiancings
  • unaffordable
  • algors
  • algospasm
  • allround
  • in-terminate
  • safeconducts

10 words made from the letters HPURS

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