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Correct spellings for HSAN'T

  • hand Every hand was against me-except my mother's. To last, but not their ever; virtue's hand It is which builds 'gainst fate to stand. – A PANEGYRIC TO SIR LEWIS PEMBERTON by Robert Herrick
  • handy It is handy to be able to throw a rope in this Valley. What have you got handy Got any whisky, got any gin, have you got any brandy – Good As Gold by Mark Knopfler
  • haste They immediately informed their magistrates, and horsemen were sent off in haste to find Buonamico. But a love can be misplaced Have I compromissed my people In my passion and my haste? I could be his life companion – Step Too Far by Unknown Author
  • hasty The Caliph is, I am told, of a fierce and rather hasty temper; should he learn by chance of your pranks, it might cost you your head.
  • haunt Toward three o'clock in the afternoon-in the broad sunlight, under the cloudless sky, with hundreds of innocent human creatures all around me-I, Hester Dethridge, saw, for the first time, the Appearance which is appointed to haunt me for the rest of my life.
  • hesitant Tessibel had not spoken to the minister's daughter since her father had been taken away to Auburn, and some of the intensity Tess had felt upon that one great day of her life came back to her as she stood hesitant , watching the student's sister.
  • hint He told himself that this last hint ended all.
  • hosanna Shout the loud Hosanna !
  • host "Why, noble sir," cried the host , "I scarce have spent the value of one."
  • hunt "Hunt for x and report.
  • husband Go home, and don't tell your husband you've seen me at all.
  • pheasant Tric-Trac having devoured the cheese, bread, and an entire pheasant , made a bundle of the remaining food, emptied the cider-jug, wiped his beardless face with his cap, and announced that he would be pleased to "broil" a cigarette.
  • saint "Well, if all good people were like you, I do believe I should become a saint myself.
  • sand Strange to say, the water became as hard as a sand -bank under their feet.
  • sandy She flew down the sandy slope with outstretched hands.
  • sanity He was, in fact, the preacher of sanity , the chief apostle of the Normal.
  • scent The delicate, faint scent of her clothes reached him.
  • sent The next morning she sent me a letter to read.
  • snit
  • Hast Hast thou given gold away, and not to me?
  • Hist Reign of Q. Anne, Hist .
  • Shan't
  • Santa
  • HST
  • haven't "You haven't any right to ask.
  • hadn't I hadn't noticed it before.
  • hasn't "Besides, he hasn't the right.
  • wasn't
  • isn't
  • snot

44 words made from the letters HSAN'T