Correct spelling for HELFTY
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Possible correct spellings for helfty
The butt of the pistol that would equalize the affair was almost within his grasp, and muller stood in the light, but he saw an ominous glint in the pale blue eyes and the farmer's fingers tighten on the haft.
The duchess held out something to the duke.
Jack's the sort if he finds a key he'll look for the lock; if ye give him a knife-blade he'll fashion a heft.
But i sez: "josiah, we will begin this hefty job right, we will go to meetin'."
Half-hidden behind the shed, he aimed his revolver at them and cried: "halt!"
Martin holt nudged hurliguerly with his elbow, and both regarded hunt with pity, while west observed him without speaking.
"we're on the crescent moon at last," said lefty.
Have you thought of any means of keeping the communication with delft free from the enemy?
Got up that hayloft yet, over the cowshed?
The knife whizzed past and was buried almost to the hilt in the wall.
It was this glorious thought that inspired him to sing: rock of ages, cleft for me, let me hide myself in thee.
The most important feature, and in every case the first to be built, having been the lofty central keep or donjon, the home of its owner in peace, and the last refuge of a besieged garrison in time of war.
The helot got him a hempen cord, a slave of love was he, "she made me dance to her circumstance- in the air one dances free!"
To-night they would be half gone.
He had on only his underclothes that he had on-when he-left home....