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Possible correct spellings for heliam

  • Help(Definition of help)
  • Maybe an ad in the mesa paper would help.

  • Heal(Definition of heal)
  • But i find her door locked; i kick vigorously against it, the dog starts a loud barking, and i make a hurried retreat to my room, in which i lock myself up, throwing myself in bed to compose and heal up my mind and body, for i was half dead.

  • Helms
  • Then sir gawaine alighted afoot and dressed his shield, and struck together mightily, and clave their shields, and stoned their helms, and brake their hauberks that the blood ran down to their feet.

  • Loam(Definition of loam)
  • Pennyroyal does better in a rich loam.

  • Hem(Definition of hem)
  • Her skirt-hem lay beneath his body.

  • Claim(Definition of claim)
  • But what is the meaning of this claim?

  • Whelm(Definition of whelm)
  • Selim
  • Slam(Definition of slam)
  • Lima(Definition of lima)
  • The city of lima, founded since the conquest, is represented by ulloa as containing fifty thousand inhabitants near fifty years ago.

  • Lam(Definition of lam)
  • L. lam. a god! altho his outside were but mean; but he shone thro like lightning from a cloud, and shot more piercing rays.

  • Helm(Definition of helm)
  • Amidst the foaming and conflicting elements, governor mckean stood at the helm of his commonwealth calm as a summer morning-firm as a granite rock and guided his noble ship through the whirling storm-unscathed and unharmed.

    Woke from a dream where I was in a terrible realm All my sails were ablaze I was chained to the helm Now I'm overwhelmed, I'm overwhelmed

    – Mockingbirds by grant lee buffalo
  • Elem
  • When we in mornen had a-drow'd the grass or russlen hay abrode, the lit'some maidens an' the chaps, wi' bits o' nunchens in their laps, did all zit down upon the knaps up there, in under hedge, below the highest elem o' the row, where we did keep our flagon.

  • Helena(Definition of helena)
  • Helena replied, as though delighted and surprised.

  • Elm(Definition of elm)
  • Young bosworth lay upon the bed with his arms feebly uplifted, and his great, wild eyes wandering almost fiercely after the sunbeams which came and went like golden arrows, as the branches of an elm-tree near the window changed their position.

  • Him(Definition of Him)
  • Doggie looked about him also.

  • Selma(Definition of selma)
  • Hellman(Definition of hellman)
  • Rallying his remaining strength, hellman began to run. boxes seemed to get in his way purposefully, tripping him, slowing him down.

  • Glam
  • "i am not afraid of such phantoms," said glam, "and it seems to me all the less dull."

  • Clam(Definition of clam)
  • "i don' know," said clam.

  • Robustuous
  • He'll
  • He'll be interested in you," cadman answered.

  • Hiram(Definition of Hiram)
  • As i looked along the row, i laughed, and even hiram smiled.

  • Elam(Definition of Elam)
  • The king of elam, taken by surprise, made no attempt to check their progress, but collected his vassals and awaited their attack on the banks of the river in front of susa.

  • Helios
  • The little ones are perhaps, and helios who is blind, but arsinoe does what she can.

  • Thelma
  • Slim(Definition of slim)
  • Velma
  • Holism
  • Typically such criticisms rest on the belief that biocultural anthropology imposes holism upon the biological and cultural subfields without adding value, or even destructively.

  • Gleam(Definition of gleam)
  • Then, with a strange gleam in his eye, he turned to the young man opposite.

  • Zelma
  • Helga
  • In her hands she carried the precious wedgewood basket, and helga and her daughter had charge of the flowers and of several glass vases for their reception.

  • Ham(Definition of ham)
  • They had dined upon cold ham.

  • Held(Definition of held)
  • Their eyes met and held.

  • Heirloom(Definition of heirloom)
  • The 'luck' being that old heirloom-just as i planned it.

  • Hello(Definition of hello)
  • "hello, duncan," said waterman, looking up somewhat startled.

    Well, I said, "Hello and I said, "Hello" And I asked "Why not?" and I replied "I don't know"

    – The Width of a Circle by David Bowie
  • Harlem(Definition of harlem)
  • He threw open her door without so much as a knock upon it, and he shouted so you could have heard him in harlem.

  • Helium(Definition of helium)
  • The brain is a physical thing-a bunch of cryotrons in a helium bath.

  • Elma
  • There is mabel, the beauty, her nature strength and sweetness mingled; and jean, the downright, blunt, uncompromising; and elma, the sympathetic, who champions everybody, and has a weakness for long words.

  • Holmium(Definition of holmium)
  • Holmium(iii) bromide is a crystalline compound made of one holmium atom and three bromine atoms.

  • Hula
  • Loonette, granny, and major bedhead play with a hula hoop from auntie macassar.

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