What is the correct spelling for HYAT?

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Correct spellings for HYAT

  • haft They're haft with Jock, and Svenson!
  • halt The ring of the word brought her feet to a halt.
  • hart 1.E.9. If you wish to charge a fee or distribute a Project Gutenberg-tm electronic work or group of works on different terms than are set forth in this agreement, you must obtain permission in writing from both the Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation and Michael Hart, the owner of the Project Gutenberg-tm trademark.
  • hat I'm not talking through my hat.
  • hate I'd hate being dead."
  • head Is your head bad, my dear?
  • heart "Oh, some one out there-in another heart-to-heart talk.
  • heat But the heat was a fact.
  • heft Frank gave it a heft, but the weight was too much for even his wiry muscles; but when Ben and, Harry assisted him the door gave with a jump that threw them all to their feet.
  • hilt He mortgaged CitiSpace to the hilt and settled those fraud suits to keep you from losing your license.
  • hint Never had there been even a hint of sentiment between them.
  • hoot Then everybody began to hoot and hiss at Reddy until he was glad enough to slink away.
  • host "My good fellow, it's waiting for you," his host said.
  • hot It's too hot to live in."
  • hunt Being both at liberty, they used to set out together into the country to hunt.
  • hurt I will not feel hurt.
  • hut Elsie went into the hut to rouse Jamie as gently as she could, and Arnold listened to Giles's explanation of his arrival.
  • wyatt "Captain Wyatt," he presented the skipper to the ladies.
  • yet Yet and still have many closely related senses, and, with verbs of past time, are often interchangeable; we may say "while he was yet a child," or "while he was still a child." Yet, like still, often applies to past action or state extending to and including the present time, especially when joined with as; we can say "he is feeble as yet," or "he is still feeble," with scarcely appreciable difference of meaning, except that the former statement implies somewhat more of expectation than the latter. Yet with a negative applies to completed action, often replacing a positive statement with still; "he is not gone yet" is nearly the same as "he is here still." Yet has a reference to the future which still does not share; "we may be successful yet" implies that success may begin at some future time; "we may be successful still" implies that we may continue to enjoy in the future such success as we are winning now.
  • Had He had done nothing for them; could do nothing for them.
  • Hast What news hast thou of him?
  • Hist 1; Baur, Ch. Hist.
  • Holt Their attitudes were much those of wrestlers seeking an advantageous "holt."
  • Hyde Eighteen fifty-one, as everybody knows, was the year of the Great Crystal Palace Exhibition in Hyde Park.
  • HST
  • HT Nay more, should I be found to have devised Aught in collusion with the seer, destroy me, Not by one vote, but two, mine own with thine.
  • HIT Yes, you've hit it exactly, Owen; she shall go as 'Westward.
  • HGT
  • hiya No greetings, no hiya, how're you doin'?

8 words made from the letters HYAT

  • 3 letter words made from HYAT:

    hat, hay, tay.
  • 4 letter words made from HYAT:

    hayt, hyat, thay, tyah, yaht.