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Possible correct spellings for helim

  • Hem(Definition of hem)
  • After a silence of some minutes, during which he walked up and down the room in a fit of abstraction, he suddenly paused, and said, as if thinking aloud- "hem, hem-so you are going to cross the border, eh?

  • Velum(Definition of velum)
  • Harlem(Definition of harlem)
  • She had time now, had carolyn may, to compare the corners with the busy harlem streets with which she had been familiar all her life.

  • Elam(Definition of Elam)
  • Six years later he was carried off to elam, and a new king of native origin, nergal-yusezib by name, was proclaimed by the elamites.

  • Hello(Definition of hello)
  • "hello," i said agreeably.

  • Helix(Definition of helix)
  • Many of the helices also exhibit this tendency in an eminent degree: i have indeed been shown specimens by sir charles lyell of the helix hirsuta, say, from north america, one state of which is considerably more than double the dimensions of the other; and i believe it is a well-known fact that intermediate links have not yet been observed to connect the extremes.

  • Help(Definition of help)
  • You're going to do splendid things and you will let me help."

  • Slim(Definition of slim)
  • Helium(Definition of helium)
  • When i reached it i found to my delight that it belonged to helium.

  • Him(Definition of Him)
  • The schoolmaster looked down at him.

  • Helen
  • To the christian name of helen none less than a countess dare to aspire.

  • Elm(Definition of elm)
  • With his prisoner-string he bound him, led him captive to his wigwam, tied him fast with cords of elm-bark to the ridge-pole of his wigwam.

  • Helve(Definition of helve)
  • Jack did as he was bidden, and although the axe was decidedly rusty and very blunt, to say nothing of its being shaky in the helve, before she finished taking care of the milk he had such a pile of kindlings as would have cost her a week's labor to prepare.

  • Whelm(Definition of whelm)
  • Selim
  • He'll
  • He'll be strange here at first."

  • Helm(Definition of helm)
  • Suddenly orders were given to stand by to lower the sail, and in another minute the helm was put down to bring the boat head to sea and wind.

  • Helga
  • "helga," she told him quite as seriously as she could, rearranging her disturbed hair and meanwhile looking up at him with eyes that were beginning to defy her and smile.

  • Holism
  • Belem(Definition of Belem)
  • Santarem to belem (para)-the amazon-from belem to manaos-the madeira-mamore railway

  • Helms
  • And now from brake and copse-from combe and dell, 117 gleams break;-steel flashes;-helms on helms arise; faint heard at first,-now near, now thunderous,-swell the cymrian mingled with the baltic cries; and, loud alike in each, exulting came war's noblest music-a deliverer's name.

  • Held(Definition of held)
  • He, who had held himself a man, had struck a woman-a girl!

  • Helot(Definition of helot)
  • And in a fraction of a second, not only aunt annie, but his mother in the dining-room and his helot in the cellar-kitchen, knew that the master was in a humour that needed humouring.

  • Robustuous
  • Elem
  • But she vound in the evenen the chile werden well, (under the dark elem tree), an' she thought she could gi'e all the worold to tell, vor a truth what his ailen mid be; an' she thought o'en last in her prayers at night, an' she look'd at en last as she put out the light.

  • Helios
  • One of them who signs himself h. d. writes thus in the dial on helios: helios makes all things right- night brands and chokes, as if destruction broke over furze and stone and crop of myrtle-shoot and field-wort, destroyed with flakes of iron, the bracken-stone, where tender roots were sown blight, chaff, and wash of darkness to choke and drown.

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