What is the correct spelling for HUET?
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Correct spellings for HUET
- duet The opening scene, Louise's garret room in her father's house with the view through the window of her lover's studio; the duet with her lover in which she tells him of her father's refusal to their marriage; and then her promise to run away with him in event of her parent's persisting in his hard-hearted resolution to separate them, seemed to Molly most wonderful and touching; but when the mother came in and berated the lover, Julien, as "a rascal, a starveling, a dissipator"; and when Louise defended him as being "so good, so courageous," and the mother retaliated by calling him the pillar of a wine shop and attempted to beat her daughter, Molly covered her eyes and wept, all unconscious of the amused glances of the occupants of the neighboring box.
- hue She was just getting rid of the deadly hue when the door opened, and Barclay came in with a bluff "How do, ladies?
- hued From the mountain-side the valley seemed a series of colored benches, stepping down, black to gray, and gray to gold, and gold to green with purple tinge, and on to the perfectly ordered, many-hued floor with its innumerable winding, tree-bordered streams glinting in the sunlight.
- hunt This was a wise decision to make, but he was not to hunt far for his supplies that evening.
- hurt You got hurt , you?"
- hut We are just under Mad Sal's hut , and the best thing we can do will be to carry him up there."
- suet Dressing: Three tablespoonfuls of bread crumbs, a finely chopped onion, same of apple, half a teaspoonful each of powdered sage, salt, and pepper, and two tablespoonfuls of chopped beef suet .
- Huey "I'd have a well," Huey Dunn said, "if I could stop hauling water long enough to dig one."
- hues Below the orchard lay the vegetable garden, filled with the blue-green of late cabbages and the yellower hues of waving corn.