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Possible correct spellings for 11hrs

  • Chris
  • So i gave it next day to captain chris, to sell, if he chose, but i believe he took it back and planted it again in the submarine garden, so that his passengers could see how tall a sea-feather could grow, when it tried.

  • Hairs
  • A few red-gold hairs confronted him.

  • Hires(Definition of Hires)
  • Selling and buying cannot take place within the community, and the rule is so severe that when a richer family hires a labourer the labourer must be taken from another clan or from among the russians.

  • Herds
  • An hour ago i received the news that a new apis, with all the sacred marks upon him, has been found in the herds of ani at hermonthis."

  • Herr
  • Herr von schwerin alighted quickly to assist the king.

  • Hiss(Definition of hiss)
  • I took but little notice of them at first, but a loud hiss engaged me to attend more closely, when behold-a viper!

  • Heroes(Definition of Heroes)
  • Then came two carriages containing the heroes, two in each.

  • Hurts
  • Rsi
  • Res(Definition of res)
  • Hhs
  • Department of health and human services (hhs) to develop and evaluate the certification criteria and inspection process for ehrs and the networks through which they interoperate.

  • Hears
  • Think of that look in his eyes when he hears of anything he thinks shabby or-well-dishonorable.

  • Hoes
  • Hers(Definition of Hers)
  • She surveyed it with satisfaction on going into it after breakfast, and was glad it was hers.

  • Harris
  • In short, i'm for scout harris!"

  • Unfixedly
  • Hrh
  • Yrs
  • Hts
  • Has(Definition of Has)
  • What-what-has that to do with it?

  • Hera(Definition of hera)
  • In the legend, it is said that endymion, after his marriage with selene, was cast out of olympus by the wrathful zeus, for making love to hera.

  • Hares
  • And the magician was safe between the belgian hares, and couldn't see anything but darkness, or do anything but choke.

  • Hrs
  • Horus(Definition of horus)
  • Hoers
  • Hos
  • Hr
  • Hus
  • Uncomplicate
  • Haas
  • The little baron rode back into the city, accompanied by the shifty-eyed cromer, while john tullis sped off to the south, riding swiftly by the side of the stern-faced captain haas, an eager company of dragoons behind, a mountain guide in front.

  • Hess(Definition of hess)
  • "most certainly," acquiesced dr. hess, who now saw the matter in, to him, a more favorable light.

  • Harms
  • "dog of a winnebago," he said in a voice slightly above an ordinary tone; "if he harms the pale face, he shall die!"

  • Unnoteworthy
  • Harps
  • Heaven in their dreams was a range better watered than the one they knew, with grass never stricken by drought, plenty of fat cattle, the best horses and comrades of their experience, more of women than they talked about in public, and nothing at all of golden streets, golden harps, angel wings, and thrones; it was a mere extension, somewhat improved, of the present.

  • Heirs
  • Giacomo ferro and his brother antonio were giovanni d'enrico's heirs, from which it would appear that he either died unmarried, or left no children.

  • Harts
  • At 10 the troops were moving on to a place called dry harts siding, which was reached at noon.

  • Horse(Definition of horse)
  • Hews
  • The sculptor lifts his chisel, and the final stroke is come, but, dull as the marble lip he hews, his stiffened lip is dumb; though the spoiler hath cast a holier work, he hath called to a holier home!

  • Harks
  • In the streets of her great cities where two civilizations clash; in sleepy, old-world towns where men and women, born under the shade of temple towers and decaying palaces, are awakening to think new thoughts; in isolated villages where life still harks back to pre-historic days-against all these backgrounds you may find the christian educated woman of new india measuring her untried strength against the powers of age-old tradition.

  • Hare(Definition of hare)
  • "well, if so, that's the hare i want to see, for i know he'd give us a good run.

  • Harass(Definition of harass)
  • By midday the worse part of the battle was over, and although colonel blythe still clung to his barrier, whence he launched forth small parties to harass the retreating foe, mckay was released of his attendance upon the acting brigadier, and suffered to follow his own general to the rear.

  • Horns
  • Hays
  • Yes, that is why i like mr. hays.

  • Hes
  • "it is this, o hes," i answered.

  • Houris
  • Hurls
  • Hues
  • Heresy(Definition of heresy)
  • "heresy-hunting doesn't flourish in the west," said the superintendent.

  • His(Definition of His)
  • You didn't tell me his name."

  • Hs
  • Rs
  • Hours(Definition of hours)
  • Hms
  • Hms satellite and other men-of-war also arrived in the bay, and the work of making the piers and preparing store-houses commenced.

  • Herbs
  • So she took her bottles with her, and her boxes and her herbs, and visited the sick people, several of whom she found were women.

  • Hies
  • Little roland, holding fast the cup, from the splendid hall he hies; to follow him, at the king's command, three lords, three ladies, rise.

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