What is the correct spelling for HUMEOUS?

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Correct spellings for HUMEOUS

  • humerus Driscoll was most innumerably barked, with a perforated humerus as climax.
  • humorous To him it was not humorous at all.
  • humour A heavy scowl sat upon his features from his present ill humour .
  • humus This vegetable matter, when it is completely decayed, we call humus .
  • hummus The bishop told him it would be forty days, and gave him forty kernels of "hummus," or peas, telling him to put them into his pocket and throw one out every day, and when they were all gone, to proclaim the feast!
  • homes The pirates of the Chinese seas make their junks their homes , and carry their wives and children with them on every expedition.
  • humors If she could only get her Uncle Edward quite by himself, and when he was in the best of good humors , he might give her some money.
  • hums Yoneh walks round and hums in his beard; it is a habit of his to sing after evening prayer, because then he is hungry and says frequently: "Well, Mir'l!"
  • homers But the Manlys and Homers of the Restoration comedy have a prosaic, cold-blooded profligacy that disgusts.
  • hummers Hummers We meet with a remarkable musician in Dombey and Son in the person of Harriet Carker's visitor, a scientific one, according to the description: A certain skilful action of his fingers as he hummed some bars, and beat time on the seat beside him, seemed to denote the musician; and the extraordinary satisfaction he derived from humming something very slow and long, which had no recognizable tune, seemed to denote that he was a scientific one.
  • exprobated
  • see-through
  • right-hand

81 words made from the letters HUMEOUS