What is the correct spelling for HUUBY?
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- chubby Heavy, ruddy-gold curls fell over her pretty, rosy little face, over her large, black, sleepy eyes; she smiled, and blinked at the light, and clung with her chubby hand to her mother's neck. Sticky green honey got me feeling like dummy? She keeps me hungry so I'm just a bit chubby. – Pass Tha Killa by South Park Mexican
- hebe I would more natures were like thine, That never casts a glance before, Thou Hebe , who thy heart's bright wine So lavishly to all dost pour, That we who drink forget to pine, And can but dream of bliss in store.
- herb The horse replied, "You will find some dried leaves of the herb of Sleep in the pocket of the saddle. Homeboys playin' the curb The same ones that used to do herb – Night of the Living Baseheads by public enemy
- hob Durtal put the teakettle on the hob and placed cups, teapot, sugar bowl, cakes, bonbons, and tiny liqueur glasses on an old lacquered "waiter" so as to have everything on hand when it was time to serve.
- hobby Every summer we had some hobby .
- hub Push a burnt match, or a wooden toothpick through one hub , then through an empty spool and the second hub .
- huffy Jan's tone was decidedly huffy .
- hurry "Why are you in such a hurry with it?
- Huey 98th Military Airlift Squadron: 8 January 1966 – 1 September 1977 99th Military Airlift Squadron: 8 Jan 1966 – 12 July 1991 1400th Military Airlift Squadron: 1 April 1975 – 15 March 1978 1401st Military Airlift Squadron: 1 April 1975 – 15 March 1978 1402d Military Airlift Squadron: 1 April 1975 – 15 March 1978 Stations Hanscom Field, Massachusetts, 27 June 1949 – 10 May 1951 Hanscom Field, Massachusetts, 14 June 1952 – 16 November 1957 Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland, 8 January 1966 – present Aircraft Beechcraft C-45 Expeditor (1949–1950, 1955–1957) Curtiss C-46 Commando (1949–1952, 1956–1957) North American T-6 Texan (1949–1950) Beechcraft T-7 Navigator (1949–1954) Beechcraft T-11 Kansan (1949–1952) North American P-51 Mustang (1952–1954) North American T-28 Trojan (1953–1956) Lockheed T-33 T-Bird (1953–1957) Lockheed P-80 Shooting Star (1953–1957) Douglas TC-47 Skytrain (1955–1957) North American F-86 Sabre (1957) Fairchild C-119 Flying Boxcar (1957) Douglas C-118 Liftmaster (1966–1972) Douglas VC-118 The Independence (1966–1974) Lockheed C-121 Constellation (1966–1968) Lockheed VC-121 Constellation (1966) Convair C-131 Samaritan (1966) Convair VC-131 (1966–1979) Boeing C-135 Stratolifter (1966–1968, 1975–1992) Boeing VC-137 Stratoliner (1966–2001) Lockheed C-140 Jetstar (1966–1972) Lockheed VC-140 Jetstar (1966–1987) Beechcraft VC-6 King Air (1966–1985) Aero Commander U-4 (1966–1969) Boeing VC-135 (1968–1992) McDonnell Douglas C-9 (1975–2005) North American T-39 Sabreliner (1975–1978) Bell UH-1 Huey (1976–2006) Sikorsky CH-3 (1976–1988) Beechcraft C-12 Huron (1976–1993) Gulfstream C-20 (1983–present) Boeing VC-25 (1990–present) Learjet C-21 (1993–1997) Boeing C-32 (1998–present) Gulfstream C-37A Gulfstream V (1998–present) Boeing C-40 Clipper (2002–present)
- hubs A chorus of whipcracks is succeeded by the trampling of fourscore mules, mingled with the clanking of wheels against their hubs .
- HBO In the 1998 HBO miniseries From the Earth to the Moon, Bean was portrayed by Dave Foley.
- HEB v. 12, 13, Heb . xiii.
- Huber Huber, the celebrated bee-keeper of Geneva, relates the following anecdote: One of his hives having been devastated one night by a large sphinx-moth, the bees set to work the next morning and plastered up the door, leaving only a small opening which would just admit them, one at a time, but which the sphinx, with its big body and long wings, could not pass.
- hubby After she began to see Hubby around the Flat in his Other Clothes the Horrible Truth dawned upon her that he was not such a Hot Swell as he had looked to be in the Bunko Photograph.