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Correct spelling for HEARLD

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Possible correct spellings for hearld

  • Halt(Definition of halt)
  • At the foot of the narrow stairs she came to a sudden halt.

  • Hard(Definition of hard)
  • It is so hard to believe in it all.

  • Heal(Definition of heal)
  • Sir, he said, i am come into this country to have help of your daughter, for it is told me that there is none other may heal me but she; and so within a while she healed him.

  • Hurled
  • He hurled it at him.

  • Herd(Definition of herd)
  • He does not make for the herd, but directly for the leader.

  • Harlot(Definition of harlot)
  • Our lord leaves the palace and walks through the city, and he sees another young man pursuing a harlot, while his eyes are bright with lust.

  • Hauled
  • "well, monsieur, you have hauled down our colours and i can't deny it.

  • Heart(Definition of heart)
  • Wouldn't your heart be broken?

  • Haled
  • From the seclusion of mccorkle's cabin and the obscurity of culinary labors, he was haled forth into the glowing sunshine of fame.

  • Held(Definition of held)
  • She took out her watch and held it up close to her eyes.

  • Herald(Definition of herald)
  • And when the sun was sinking low within the distant west, he gladly heard the bells he wrought herald the hour of rest.

  • Heeled(Definition of Heeled)
  • With the schooner heeled over to leeward, and rushing along through the blackness, the boats are launched, and the men tumble over the side into them, until perhaps the cook, the boy, and the skipper are alone on deck.

  • Hoard(Definition of hoard)
  • The few rich bury their money in foreign speculations, or hoard it up in their houses.

  • Hailed
  • One day he brought me a book, which i hailed with delight.

  • Harold
  • Harold slowly rose and stood beside her.

  • Heard(Definition of heard)
  • Have you heard anything?"

  • Healed
  • For if they washed the stones and put the sick into the water, it certainly healed them, as also it did them that were wounded in battle; and there is no stone among them but hath the same virtue still."

  • Hold(Definition of hold)
  • Both will hold good till to-morrow morning."

  • Head(Definition of head)
  • He turned his head.

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