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Correct spelling for HEADF

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Possible correct spellings for headf

  • He'd
  • He's a poor shilly-shally sort of a fellow, or he'd believe in her as i do."

  • Heard(Definition of heard)
  • I heard her call to me, speak to me: "'le, i do not want to leave you, but see!

  • Heed(Definition of heed)
  • If he saw it he did not heed.

  • Heeds
  • The only noise that she heeds is that of the beckoning rose-branch that calls continually, 'come, come!

  • Heats
  • Then, after a silence which a far-off cuckoo filled in with that voice of his which grows slower and fainter as the midsummer heats come on, winsome said abruptly, "is your father ever hard and- unkind?"

  • Head(Definition of head)
  • Hilda shook her pretty head.

  • Heady(Definition of heady)
  • Take heed of young smooth varlets, younger brothers: they are worms that will eat through your bags: they are very lightning, that with a flash or two will melt your money, and never singe your purse-strings: they are colts, wench colts, heady and dangerous, till we take 'em up, and make 'em fit for bonds: look upon me, i have had, and have yet matter of moment girle, matter of moment; you may meet with a worse back, i'le not commend it.

  • Heave(Definition of heave)
  • They afterwards heave at each other with pointed twigs.

  • Herd(Definition of herd)
  • He turned, facing the mad herd, a slender but heroic figure in that moment of peril.

  • Had(Definition of Had)
  • I knew he had it!

  • Deaf(Definition of deaf)
  • He was not very tall, and not very handsome, and he was not conspicuous in any way: but if he had been an actor, a deaf and blind audience would somehow have felt with a thrill that he had come upon the stage.

  • Heat(Definition of heat)
  • A little heat, and no breakfast.

  • Half(Definition of half)
  • The other half wanted to leave right now.

  • Headed(Definition of headed)
  • "neither can i. but i can think that all those ships broke out of the battle together and headed in for the planet.

  • Herds
  • The indians offered sacrifices to it: and it was daily fed by them from their flocks and herds, which it devoured at an amazing rate.

  • Header(Definition of header)
  • That was better than taking a header off the roof.

  • Heidi
  • So he began, telling heidi the name of each goat in turn as he pointed it out to her.

  • Heart(Definition of heart)
  • Why should she not speak out her heart to her own husband?

  • Heavy(Definition of heavy)
  • "my head is so heavy i cannot take my turn.

  • Heads
  • Four heads were better than one!

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