What is the correct spelling for HURGE?

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Correct spellings for HURGE

  • hag "Let them prove it first," the Old Hag said turning to the pixie's brother.
  • hedge Coming to the hedge , and following the old man's direction, the hedge divided and gave her a passage.
  • hg Hg, but will luminesce with pressures under this.
  • hog His name is Dutch and means earth-hog.
  • hue He saw eyes of dark hazel hue -in the moonlight shining softly and mildly as those of a dove.
  • hug Ethel Blue threw her arm around her and gave her a hug .
  • huge Not many minutes afterwards, as I looked, a huge sea rolled up towards her.
  • hugo "Surely, Hugo ," she said, when the husband and wife were alone together, "you cannot wish to expose me to such insult at the hands of a child?
  • hung While thus seated, his eye fell on the picture of his long lost uncle which hung next to Sir Reginald's.
  • hunger The whip of hunger made rest impossible.
  • purge Purge me with hyssop, and I shall be clean: Wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow.
  • surge She broke away from her support and the fever-surge caught her and whipped her from head to foot.
  • urge "Mr. Talton," interrupted Sir Henry solemnly, "urge me not!
  • Hugged With almost a fainting heart, Ned produced the pass given him by the major at headquarters, but the next moment the brave soldier's arms were around him, and he was hugged as a true comrade who had ridden hard and far to bring good tidings.
  • Hugh I also knew a John England who died at the age of 89; Hugh Vincent, 94; John Pitt, 100; George Bridgens, 103; Mrs. More, 104. An old fellow assured me he had kept the market 77 years: he kept it for several years after to my knowledge.
  • Hodge Names like Pitchwells, where there is a spring; Breakfast Bush Ground, where no doubt Hodge has had his breakfast for centuries under shelter of a certain bush; Rickbushes, and Longlands are all more or less easy to trace.
  • hugs Of hugs and kisses there was no end.
  • Hague By and by, many people of rank and fortune came to The Hague , for its society.
  • huger Jasper Musk was bending over the boy, looking huger than ever upon his knees, when Carlton returned to the room.

24 words made from the letters HURGE