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Correct spelling for HELPEN
We think the word helpen is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for helpen
- Helping(Definition of helping)
- Hellene(Definition of hellene)
- Happen(Definition of happen)
- Help(Definition of help)
- Helper(Definition of helper)
- Helena(Definition of helena)
Helen, my love, my love!
They are helping me, with all their might, to bring about their own downfall.
Heinrich heine, though an apostate from judaism, and though he liked to fancy himself a hellene, was nevertheless by constitution a hebrew.
We thus obtain that absence or localisation which helps to give the characteristic tone to mediaeval romance.
Nothing will happen to me."
Do not let us help him in his work.
He then gave the password, "auramazda, the helper and guide," and placed himself at the head of his guards, who went into the battle with wreaths on their tiaras.
In this crisis of her life frida found two friends, absolutely devoted and sympathetic: helene and her husband.
"it cannot be helped, dear mr. hope.
Before the messenger arrived in kadalayapan aponitolau and aponibolinayen knew that kanag was in kabno-angan, for the spirit helpers went to them when kanag went with the girl to the town.
"billy, all i have to say about the road is that we'll make long days; and we'll keep off the main motor roads all the way when we get toward marysville and helena, over east and south-no towns if we can help it.
So at one in the morning major harvey, with a launchful of his soldiers, paid a surprise visit to the ruffling harry, with the result that they picked up nothing more solid than a hempen cable floating at the moorings.