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Possible correct spellings for heitage

  • Dotage(Definition of dotage)
  • Now to my sister's lodging and sum up all these horrors: the disgrace the prince threw on me; next the piteous sight of my dead brother; and my mother's dotage; and last this terrible vision: all these shall with vittoria's bounty turn to good, or i will drown this weapon in her blood."

  • Shortage(Definition of shortage)
  • The lack of heat, however, is helping the food shortage to increase the mortality rate, which is likely to attain 30 per cent in moscow before spring."

  • Hedge(Definition of hedge)
  • Concealed by the shadow of the hedge on the opposite side of the road, i stealthily approached until i could distinguish, by the light from the open door of the cottage, that the woman was a stout, elderly person, probably the keeper's wife.

  • Stage(Definition of stage)
  • The grave is the first stage on the journey, from this to the other world.

  • Hedger(Definition of hedger)
  • When hedger first moved in, these rooms were occupied by a young man who tried to write plays,-and who kept on trying until a week ago, when the nurse had put him out for unpaid rent.

  • Hermitage(Definition of hermitage)
  • So elaine rested in the hermitage, and ever night and day she watched and waited on sir lancelot, and would let none other tend him.

  • Heritage(Definition of heritage)
  • He waved his hand as if to take in "eden," aunt jerry and cousin eugene strolling leisurely away from the lily-pond, himself, the darby heritage, and the unprofitable swaim estate in the sage brush valley in far-away kansas.

  • Retake(Definition of retake)
  • In the suddenness and alarm of this revelation she nearly jumped beyond arm's length, and he felt constrained to retake her hand and draw it farther through his arm.

  • Betake(Definition of Betake)
  • To clear the country in which they were operating, they had ordered all spaniards and spanish sympathizers to betake themselves to the cities and towns occupied by spanish garrisons.

  • Hettie
  • "yes, hettie rawlins, the girl who exchanged the babies.

  • Homage(Definition of homage)
  • 259, 261; prisoner, 261; homage to the emperor, 262; return, ib.

  • Hecate
  • But she raised her hands again and called upon hecate.

  • Heidegger(Definition of heidegger)
  • "i had hoped that your convenience would have permitted us to land in some of his majesty's islands," said mrs wyllys, speaking for the first time since her suspicions had been awakened on the subject of her quitting the ship, and addressing her words to the self-styled captain heidegger, just after the order to heave-to the vessel had been obeyed.

  • Outage
  • The simplicity of telegraph alarm boxes and their associated networks means that they are able to operate under conditions (such as a lengthy or widespread power outage, a natural disaster, or any emergency causing many people to attempt to contact others simultaneously) which may disrupt or disable other communication systems such as landline phones, cellular phones, and emergency services radio systems.

  • Herbage(Definition of herbage)
  • The girls' cheeks were hollow and bloodless with famine, and although none of them ever asked him to break in upon the store, their faces pleaded more powerfully than any words could have done; and yet they were better off than many, for every night ned either went out from the gates or let himself down by a rope from the wall and returned with a supply of grass and herbage.

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