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Correct spelling for HELDED

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Possible correct spellings for helded

  • Held
  • Mr. wright cried triumphantly, and pursued with an earnestness which held mr. wesley still in his chair.

  • Haled
  • He tied my hands and legs, haled me to his horse, and flung me sack-like over the crupper.

  • Deluded
  • Frances cable was not deluded by his silence and aloofness; but she was unable to devise means to circumvent him.

  • Heeled
  • She heeled over to port, and then rolled back to starboard and began to settle.

  • Fielded
  • Too late he realized that it had been magnificently fielded.

  • Horded
  • Heated
  • Tom looked more distracted than ever, and it didn't help much when he took off his hat and let cold air blow on his heated brain as he rummaged with his finger in the dense thatch on his head.

  • Haloed
  • The oriental imagination of the hearers magnified the simple soldierly sentences of the orator, touched them with color and haloed them with mystery, till, as the deep gasps and sobs of the audience struck back like blows on the speaker's chest, the contagion of their passion thrilled him to responsive emotion.

  • Healed
  • His first quick thought came out of old habits of mind: an hour with her, and her heart will be healed!

  • Heeded
  • At that moment no one heeded his utterance, nor the speech, also in irish, of professor john macneill from another platform, which went, as its speaker was destined to go, half the way with pearse.

  • Halted
  • Saul rose and paced the floor for a minute, then halted and jerked his head toward the companion whom he had brought home with him that evening.

  • Shielded
  • Gelded
  • When you send your entry form up to the secretary, be careful you have placed your pussy in the right class, not only as to breed but as to sex, whether male, female, or gelded.

  • Herded
  • On arriving there he joined a mess of waifs and strays like himself, who herded in a small room and clubbed their pice to provide meals.

  • Hided
  • Hulled
  • Headed
  • I would have become anything heavenly, even a star of the very least magnitude, to have secured my retreat from this bull-headed monster.

  • Elided
  • 298. hadde, possessed; as hadde is here emphatic, the final e is not elided.

  • Leaded
  • Hooded
  • Yielded
  • Holder
  • Wielded
  • Eluded
  • The sight of it almost turned me faint, and i would have eluded them and got away as i had come but that they lifted me up and bore me so to the table at which the lord giovanni sat.

  • Welded
  • Heralded
  • And as the gleaming sun-dogs, drooping so heavily yet angrily in the sky, heralded the coming storm of elements, so did that meeting of the two brothers threaten the peace of the valley.

  • Holed
  • Helped
  • "can't be helped, jeff.

  • Melded
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