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Correct spelling for HAVPPEN
We think the word havppen is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for havppen
- Hyphen(Definition of hyphen)
- Havana(Definition of havana)
- Hairpin(Definition of hairpin)
- Haven(Definition of haven)
- Happen(Definition of happen)
- Having(Definition of Having)
- Harpoon(Definition of harpoon)
- Heaven(Definition of heaven)
Then an idea struck her, and looking up at him with sudden gaiety she said, "can't we have a hyphen?"
So he asked for and obtained a monopoly of the theatre business in havana, promising to build one of the largest and finest theatres in the world.
"i wish i could help you," said i. "perhaps you've got a hairpin or two about you!"
To have but one hold, one haven, one star to guide-canst blame me, mon ami, if i hold desperately to a tiny hope?
Some of us may recall painful memories of the early days of taxicabs, when taximeters were not altogether above suspicion, and deft manipulation with a hatpin or some other jugglery was possible, by which fares and cab-owners were defrauded.
Giovanni, who had sprung up from somewhere, was making a harness-like contrivance of hempen cords, iron hooks and rods, and wooden pulleys.
Things did not happen like that.
"forgive me for having frightened you," he said, and took his way up the hillside after his dog.
Mere lust for combat seemed to animate this whale, for he had not been pursued by the men of the "essex," though perhaps in some earlier meeting with men he had felt the sting of the harpoon and the searching thrust of the lance.
And, thank heaven, this was not kensington square.