What is the correct spelling for HUUGE?
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Correct spellings for HUUGE
- fugue She was a remarkably gifted musician, and Handel considered her to be the best of his pupils; she not only sang and played the harpsichord well, but was thoroughly grounded in the theoretical side of music and quite capable of composing a fugue , according to a Dutch musician who became acquainted with her after her marriage.
- hag Where is the old hag now?
- hedge Beyond this village I cannot go to-night-do you want me to go out and sleep under a hedge ?
- hog So they told the ground hog to go ahead.
- hue Her Phrygian garments of delightful hue, Inwove with gold, refulgent to the view, – Niobe In Distress For Her Children Slain By Apollo, From Ovid's Metamorphoses, Book VI. And From A View Of The Painting Of Mr. Richard Wilson by Phillis Wheatly
- hug Was bent when I entered gave her a hug Steered her straight into her mug – More Trife Life by Mobb Deep
- hugo For us who knew Hugo that goes without saying.
- hung They hung down about two feet.
- hunger "Ah, Ralph," she answered, with a sigh, "if we had no worse misery than hunger , how happy we should be!"
- Hugged I hugged my success, for I knew what it meant-they thought that Rendle was in love with me!
- Hugh "Hugh is all that you say.
- Hodge When all things were tumbled and clean out of fashion, Whether it were by fortune, or some other constellation, Suddenly the needle Hodge found by the pricking.
- hugs You may be sure she was a very happy little girl then, and that she gave mamma and papa many loving hugs and kisses for their thoughtfulness and love.
- Hague He has changed his name, but has been recognised by more than one Harwich man at The Hague , and again at Cuxhaven.
- huger And if the Tzar of the Sea was huge in the hall, he was huger still when he stood outside on the bottom of the sea.