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Correct spelling for HAVEINT

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Possible correct spellings for haveint

  • Feint(Definition of feint)
  • She made a miserable feint of looking in her lap and on the table.

  • Event(Definition of event)
  • I gave him back the books, and he returned to london without making any promise, that he would await the event of the orders you might think proper to give.

  • Haunt(Definition of haunt)
  • Why should it steal in here-why haunt me even in this one spot in all the world where a world-tired man had found a moment's peace in a woman's eyes.

  • Faint(Definition of faint)
  • It was bad enough even with them, for she half sprang up, then sat down again, first going red, then going pale; and we all thought she was getting ready to faint.

  • Havens
  • "9. it is lawful for the foresaid confederates and both their people to buy and export out of any of their countries, dominions, and kingdoms, all sorts of arms and provision of war, and freely and safely to carry their ships into what ports, stations, and harbours of the other confederate they please, and there to sojourn and from thence to go; and they are to carry themselves modestly, peaceably, and conform to all the laws and customs of the place, and they may trade there without any hindrance; likewise the ships of war have free leave to come to the ports, havens, and stations of the other confederates.

  • Havana(Definition of havana)
  • Arriving at havana we took up our quarters at mrs. b.'s hotel, and as my first object was to find colonel helm, the agent of the confederate government, i started for that purpose immediately after our arrival.

  • Harvest(Definition of harvest)
  • One would hope the abundant harvest, now ready to be gathered, may turn the current of feeling, and induce the desire rather to praise the lord for his goodness, than to spend time and strength in murmurings and disputings with their fellow-mortals.

  • Heaven(Definition of heaven)
  • Heaven knows; i don't.

  • Heavens
  • Good heavens, madelon, you not worthy!"

  • Hasn't
  • Hasn't rosamund spoken to you yet?

  • Hiving(Definition of Hiving)
  • Heaving(Definition of heaving)
  • I been in places hot as pitch, and mates dropping round with yellow jack, and the blessed land a-heaving like the sea with earthquakes-what do the doctor know of lands like that?

  • Hint(Definition of hint)
  • "tell us one of them, and i'll bless you for a hint.

  • Hadn't
  • "no, in truth i believe you hadn't!

  • Haven(Definition of haven)
  • Murray held his sword over the sleeping wretch, ready to plunge it into his heart should he attempt to rise; but he became still again; and the fugitive having approached the flag, murray drew it up, and eager to haven his double charge, he thrust them together down the stairs.

  • Haven't
  • "i haven't thought about it yet," i replied.

  • Heaviest
  • In good truth, kinching meg had the shrillest voice and the heaviest hand of the whole crew; and i cannot complain of injustice, since she treated me no worse than the rest.

  • Having(Definition of Having)
  • "o, you've been having a good cry, i know!

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