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Correct spelling for HAN'T

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Possible correct spellings for han't

  • Haunt(Definition of haunt)
  • One by one the swarm sought their original haunt, settling on the bramble, and i now noticed that only in occasional instances did the insects seek the flowers, the attraction seeming to be confined to the leaves.

  • Hint(Definition of hint)
  • The noise ceased suddenly, leaving us with no hint of its whereabouts.

  • Cant(Definition of cant)
  • Still this cant of virtue!

  • Want(Definition of want)
  • "'cause i don't want him to be.

  • Handy(Definition of handy)
  • They was nothing that jack wouldn't turn to real handy, from shootin' up a town to sticking up a train or a stage.

  • Hand(Definition of hand)
  • I'll hand it over to somebody else."

  • Hart(Definition of hart)
  • New chapter by hanson hart webster.

  • Hind(Definition of hind)
  • He throws the earth under him and then kicks it behind him with his hind feet.

  • Han(Definition of han)
  • "king of land and sea-king, son of king, the king of mercy, mustapha han, may god maintain his glory and his kingdom for ever-sovereign lord of my country, also of the west! ally bacha, god fulfil his desires, to his most sacred majesty king george the third-god grant him long life and our love.

  • Kant
  • This is shown by the fact, already thoroughly discussed by kant, that women are good keepers of their own secrets, but never of the secrets of others.

  • Haft(Definition of haft)
  • The auger went in up to the haft.

  • Ant(Definition of ant)
  • His gun was pointed at the dove and he was about to shoot, when he was bitten in the leg by an ant.

  • Hat(Definition of hat)
  • Pardaloe shook his hat once more and turned a few steps so that he stood between the uncurtained window and the light.

  • Hunt(Definition of hunt)
  • "now, let's hunt up nora jane and send the letters around so that everybody can read his or hers before tea-time.

  • Hast(Definition of Hast)
  • Already thou hast heard the rest.

  • Hadn't
  • The wedding would be in ten days, and surely, i hadn't been thinking of going back to england as soon as that?

  • Hang(Definition of hang)
  • Th' great white way first, where th' hotels hang out."

  • Can't(Definition of Can't)
  • I'm afraid a woman can't!

  • Pant(Definition of pant)
  • But this invalid has to fight a champion who strikes hard but cannot be hit in return, who will press him sharply for breath, but will never pant himself while the wind can whistle through his fleshless ribs.

  • Rant(Definition of rant)
  • The petitions against the bill are filled with cant, rant, scolding, scraps of bad sermons.

  • Hans
  • Hans, hendrik, and swartboy, placed themselves in ambush around the lake-at intervals from one another; but the lower end, where the animals usually approached and went out, was left quite open.

  • Chant(Definition of chant)
  • Another moment, and he was putting his chant into words.

  • Hank(Definition of hank)
  • After his explanation hank withdrew to the darkest corner of the room and was silent.

  • Hasn't
  • "no, tha' hasn't," replied martha.

  • Shan't
  • Now we shan't be long!

  • Halt(Definition of halt)
  • He went to the door, but there a little shame made him halt.

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