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- haft He wiped it away, swung his axe, drove the blade deep into the bumper and left it there with the haft quivering; turning, he climbed swiftly up the narrow iron ladder beside the brake-rod until he reached the roof; then, still standing on the ladder, he reached the brake-wheel and drew it promptly but gradually around until the wheel-blocks began to bite, when he exerted his tremendous strength to the utmost and with his knees braced doggedly against the front of the caboose, held the wheel.
- halt Her lips parted for a quick reply, but she stopped and gazed down the track instead, where The Prince and his rider had at last come to a halt.
- hart I saw him talking to Dixie Hart this morning in the post-office.
- hat But any man's hat might have such a break.
- hatchet The hatchet descended; but not upon the body that lay prostrate.
- hate I don't know about you or the rest of the world, but I'm going to hate myself all the rest of my life!"
- head It was a day which would bring the wheat to a head.
- heart I love you with all my heart and soul, Valentia.
- heat "It's the heat," said Jack, in his grim way.
- heath Claude Heath isn't going.
- hither "With courage and a good heart, I have come hither to beg mercy of King Ironheart.
- hitherto Hitherto she had been fond of spunky little Mary Wilson.
- hoot If it's night when I get back I'll give the call of the hoot-owl three times, quick, so Jack and the Major will know I want to get back across the river."
- hot Kurt passed from hot to cold.
- hothead For a long time we've heard about Johnny Shannon being a young hothead who found it hard to settle down after the war.
- hurt That won't hurt you, Old Jack.
- hut He stood for a moment in the doorway, the sunlight beating past him into the hut.
- strapped for time