Correct spelling for HALFED

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Possible correct spellings for halfed

  • Halved
  • There was tilting between eight couples of knights, and tilting at the ring, and the tourney wound up with the knights being halved, and started from either end of the lists, striking at each other with their swords in passing.

  • Roll Of Dice
  • Hailed
  • Allerdyke went back, to find himself hailed by blindway.

    Hail, May, whose bark puts forth full-sailed For summer; May, whom Chaucer hailed

    – A Year's Carols by Algernon Charles Swinburne
  • Hoofed
  • Like all members of the order to which he belongs his feet are hoofed, but they are hoofs which never slip, and he delights to bound along the edges of great cliffs and in making his way up or down them where it looks as if it would be impossible for even chatterer the red squirrel to find footing, to say nothing of such a big fellow as bighorn.

  • Hulled
  • The latter, however, was hulled thirteen times, showing very accurate firing by moonlight.

  • Halberd
  • I was only able to watch that for a minute or so and tell murell what was going on, and then the first halberd fish, with a spearlike nose and sharp ridges of the nearest thing to bone you find on fenris, came swimming up.

  • Huffed
  • Of course, hiram bangs and tom bullover, who were smoking inside the galley at the time, laughed at the man for his folly; but he persisted in his statement, and went away at last quite huffed because they would not believe him.

  • Halted
  • At that, he halted and looked about him, and was surprised to find that he was in the open country.

  • Healed
  • Pomiuk's wound never healed-he could not run about, nor walk, nor even stand.

  • Halter
  • Either side, if it had been in complete preponderance, would probably have had very little scruple in disposing of its leading enemies by means of the halter or the prison.

  • Afterlight
  • A mellow afterlight was shining over sea and shore.

  • Haloed
  • Haloed with love and with wonder, in sheltered ways they trod, seers of sublime divination, keeping the truce of god.

  • Holed
  • Beyond the village we found, about the old spanish workings, ancient, roofless, stone buildings with loop-holed turrets for bandits and niches for saints.

  • Halve
  • Take them up with a slice, halve, and, should they be very large, quarter them.

  • Hauled
  • When we took her out of the hands of the prize crew i hauled it down and kept it.

  • Roll In Aisles
  • Haled
  • Suddenly his whole soul protested against having her haled before the meeting.

  • Half
  • I didn't mean half what i said, but the fact is that you got angry and then i suppose i got angry-and then we both said more than we meant."