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  • every An' every one of 'em went.
  • ferry But further down, where at Bodinnick ferry passengers are carried to and fro there is much to admire.
  • fiery They had passed already through a fiery ordeal, and some of them could not rise to go with their comrades, and lay dead on the ground.
  • frey Francesca had seen him once or twice in the Park in the desirable company of Elaine de Frey, and from time to time she heard of the young people as having danced together at various houses; on the other hand, she had seen and heard quite as much evidence to connect the heiress's name with that of Courtenay Youghal.
  • fry Fry in hot fat for three minutes.
  • hairy His dark, hairy and small hands were rather monkeylike, and looked destructive.
  • hare Mr. and Mrs. Hare left Paris to-day.
  • harry Yes, Harry, she was there.
  • harvey What Mrs. Harvey had said was this: "My dear Isabel, you've got judgment, and if you say the girl's worth knowing I want to know her.
  • have Ulrica, you'll have me?
  • heaver Heaver rang a bell, a footman appeared, and, at a word, called a cab.
  • heavy Skag turned to the girl as they stood together at the low heavy door, leading into the library.
  • henry "Great," said Henry, with decision.
  • hera But before the end, the strange half human figure of Io, victim of the lust of Zeus and the jealousy of Hera, comes wandering by, and tells Prometheus of her wrongs.
  • here "Here it is, sir.
  • hero Then Martin was the only white man she knew, and she had never looked upon him as a hero.
  • herr There was no one in Redchester, and Redchester was all she knew of life, in the least like Herr Dremmel.
  • hire A little boy came into my office and wanted to hire as an office boy.
  • hive I fancy that the hive-bee and some kindred insects have a special faculty of seeing colour at a distance, and that colours attract them.
  • hoary "When I shake my hoary tresses," Said the old man darkly frowning, "All the land with snow is covered; All the leaves from all the branches Fall and fade and die and wither, For I breathe, and lo!
  • hoover He said, 'Well, this is one on me,' and then explained the bet to Hoover and bought the cigars for three instead of two.
  • hover They would go in bunched, the pinnaces ahead; they and the Space Scourge would go down to the ground, while the better-armed Nemesis would hover above to fight off local contragravity, shoot down missiles, and generally provide overhead cover.
  • hr Petersen, candidate in letters, Hr.
  • hurry There was no hurry.
  • ivory The wall-paper, which he had designed himself, was ivory-white with veinings of peacock-blue.
  • livery Then around the abrupt turn of the road came a horseman, and Boone recognized him, with astonishment, as Morgan Wallifarro, dust-covered and mounted on a livery beast.
  • ovary The pistil is divided into three parts, ovary, style, and stigma.
  • shivery It was surprisingly shivery, that storm wind!
  • thievery The lack of fuel and consequent depredations on property led to plundering of a different kind, and petty thievery, which Howe put down with a stern hand.
  • very It is very wrong."
  • Hove Over the summit of it the low roofs of a line of farm-buildings hove into sight.
  • Hovered Now she drew a city while Gail hovered near.
  • Avery Then leaning forward: "What do you do, Miss Avery, when you meet people you dislike at very first sight?"
  • hovers The literature of ecstasy is all writing, in verse or prose, wherever an emotional atmosphere hovers, where a feeling is concentrated, and hence it is really poetry.
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