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Possible correct spellings for heild

  • Help(Definition of help)
  • I really want to help you.

  • Hail(Definition of hail)
  • Do you hail from yarmouth?

  • Howled
  • Behind them followed the watch-dog, patient, full of importance, and grand in the pride of his instinct, walking from side to side with a lordly air, and superbly waving his bushy tail, and urging forward the stragglers; regent of flocks was he when the shepherd slept; their protector, when from the forest at night, through the starry silence, the wolves howled.

  • Hill(Definition of hill)
  • He was in a wholesale tobacco merchant's in mark lane then and he took lodgings near us at haverstock hill.

  • Heard(Definition of heard)
  • I have heard of mrs. tait doing it in that way.

  • Field(Definition of field)
  • He wrote this when fresh from a sight of troops in the field.

  • Healed
  • Rose warner's refusal had affected him more than he chose to confess, and the wound must be slightly healed ere he could find pleasure in the sight of another.

  • Helm(Definition of helm)
  • "there ain't no more doubt on it," answered dennie, "than when i put my helm down to starboard to get the east breeze, steerin' north'ard.

  • Heeled(Definition of Heeled)
  • I will tell you when i was nearest being trampled on, andros,-when i lay on the ground below there last winter,-on the frozen ground, with the blood running out of my side like a river, and a great high-heeled german walking over my shoulder as if i had been a hickory log.

  • Holed(Definition of holed)
  • If in the land's end district you climb the ascent of bolleit, the place of blood, where athelstan fought and slew the britons, you can see "the pipers," two great menhirs, twelve and sixteen feet high, and the holed stone, which is really an ancient cross, but you will be told that the cruel druids used to tie their human victims for sacrifice to this stone, and you would shudder at the memory if you did not know that the druids were very philosophical folk, and never did such dreadful deeds.

  • Heal(Definition of heal)
  • To heal their poor neglected bodies; to be the first to tell them of jesus-how did festus put it?

  • Hesiod(Definition of hesiod)
  • Those, i said, which are narrated by homer and hesiod, and the rest of the poets, who have ever been the great story-tellers of mankind.

  • Held(Definition of held)
  • It was the expression of supreme happiness depicted upon nance's face which held him spellbound.

  • Child(Definition of child)
  • She is my own child!

  • Head(Definition of head)
  • 1. under the first head, the most important question is the question of public assistance.

  • Hauled
  • Two sailors hauled him aboard.

  • Hind(Definition of hind)
  • Then he turned around, and with one of his long hind-feet, he kicked the toadstool with all his might.

  • Herald(Definition of herald)
  • Then came one bright sudden flash, the first herald of the rising sun, and immediately following it, the great luminous planet rose from the waves, mounting slowly higher and higher, until it orbed itself above them, appearing in clear and perfect majesty.

  • Weld(Definition of weld)
  • It formerly belonged to cardinal weld, who left it to his brother, the late owner.

  • Veiled(Definition of veiled)
  • Now a subtile veiled idealism-" he was not allowed to finish.

  • Heed(Definition of heed)
  • Hetty did not heed.

  • Hulled(Definition of Hulled)
  • Millet can be hulled at home in small batches.

  • Wild(Definition of wild)
  • The crowds went wild with enthusiasm.

  • Hilt(Definition of hilt)
  • I dared not call out to nicholas for fear of being recognised; but at this juncture horse and man on my right seemed to be dashed to earth, and nicholas was at my elbow, striking right and left with the heavy hilt of his sword.

  • Halt(Definition of halt)
  • It was at length, after innumerable objections, agreed upon that we should be placed back to back, and at a word given each walk forward to a certain distance marked out by a stone, where we were to halt, and at the signal, "une," "deux," turn round and fire.

  • Hied
  • The play being done, i stole from him and hied home, buying several things at the ironmonger's-dogs, tongs, and shovels-for my wife's closett and the rest of my house, and so home, and thence to my office awhile, and so home to supper and to bed.

  • Holt(Definition of Holt)
  • We accordingly cast anchor at a safe distance, and a boat was lowered for the reception of captain len guy, the boatswain, dirk peters, holt, two men and myself.

  • Gild(Definition of gild)
  • Dull and brown as it appeared after the rich tints of genoa, yet so gloriously did sea and land embrace it, so lavishly the sun gild and the moon silver it, that it seemed steeped in the surrounding hues of nature.

  • Hailed
  • Again sergeant treacher hailed and flung a rope; this time the lifeboat's crew caught it and made fast.

  • Hid(Definition of Hid)
  • Trees and bushes hid it from view.

  • Mild(Definition of mild)
  • In response there burst into the room a lad in knickerbockers, broad-shouldered, muscular, yet smooth-faced, and mild-eyed all his nineteen years; but this was the supreme moment of them all; and his woman's eyes were on fire as he planted himself before the rector and his lamp, pale as ashes in its rays.

  • Haled
  • And, not seeing what he did, as he struck fiercely out, his clenched fist landed on the chest of the warden who was passing, and walter skinner was promptly seized and about to be haled off to punishment.

  • Heidi
  • Peter willingly undertook to do this, and followed after her on his bare feet, with his left arm round the bundle and the right swinging his goatherd's stick, while heidi and the goats went skipping and jumping joyfully beside him.

  • Meld(Definition of meld)
  • Fuel hed ik ther vr skreven, men afternei send mi ak felo thinga meld.

  • He'll
  • He'll talk about himself for an hour unless reddy and i lead him out.

  • Helot(Definition of helot)
  • A helot shared with me.

  • Hello(Definition of hello)
  • "why, hello," said he, cordially.

  • Hurled
  • He wrenched it away and hurled it far from him.

  • Herd(Definition of herd)
  • The herd-books or pedigree record books were, in most cases, canadian, and it was felt that they should be located at the capital of the dominion.

  • Hilda
  • Hilda wade was to all appearance a mass of lifeless flesh.

  • He'd
  • He'd hoped for it.

  • Gelid(Definition of gelid)
  • As for the russian, vast and disquieting, i refuse to leave all, including the blankets and the pillow, to follow him into the gelid tranquillity of the upper air, where even the colors are prismatic spicules of ice, to brood upon the erratic orbit of the poor mud-ball below called earth.

  • Shield(Definition of shield)
  • Weel, i wud hae liked to have carried my shield, but it wasna to be, so i've come home on it."

  • Heel(Definition of heel)
  • Then he turned brusquely on his heel and strode off to go and make his rounds.

  • Hold(Definition of hold)
  • Like the moonlight, it gets hold of you."

  • Geld(Definition of geld)
  • The manor of countisbury rendered geld for half a hide, of which the lord held one virgate and four ploughs, and the villeins held one virgate and six ploughs.

  • Veld
  • Even if you had only two millions you could have a cook and a valet, to go with you when you went into the veld or to the wars; and you could have as much champagne and other things as you liked.

  • Wield(Definition of wield)
  • Go, my children, face the combat, fight boldly, wield the feathers unrestrained; when you weary, bring me back your outworn bodies, cast them here upon my shore.

  • Yield(Definition of yield)
  • Fortunately, we play for glory only, and lieschen and i are always forced to yield this to the lieutenant."

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