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Possible correct spellings for helph

  • Helen
  • Helen grey, where on earth have you been?

  • Hall(Definition of hall)
  • It was a matter of twenty steps across the hall.

  • He'll
  • He'll be better soon."

  • Help(Definition of help)
  • I must go to work to help my father."

  • Heller
  • ~auf hohem felsenkegel, mit goldenem kern, mit heller stimme~.

  • Alpha(Definition of alpha)
  • But no danger there-alpha particles couldn't penetrate the space suits.

  • Holy(Definition of holy)
  • Among his hymns are "in the holy father's keeping" and "when jesus comes in glory."

  • Helps
  • It helps us to deliver the goods."

  • Helve(Definition of helve)
  • Since tools without their hafts are useless lumber, and hatchets without helves are of that number; that one may go in t'other, and may match it, i'll be the helve, and thou shalt be the hatchet.

  • Helot(Definition of helot)
  • For lo, i worship thee, ioua; and if you can give my message to neis,- neis the helot out of aoidu, who is in iona, bondman to colum,- tell him i hail you as bandia, as god-queen and mighty, and that he had the wisdom and i was a fool with trickling ears of moss.

  • Helm(Definition of helm)
  • Indeed had it not been for his golden cuirass and helm guatemoc would never have lived to be emperor of anahuac, and perhaps it might have been better so.

  • Held(Definition of held)
  • Suddenly he wheeled on me, and held out his hand.

  • Heels
  • "i know the heels.

  • Heal(Definition of heal)
  • I should pity her profoundly but that i am in no doubt her injuries will rapidly heal when once i am out of sight.

  • Elf(Definition of elf)
  • You would have sworn it an elf that stole across the clearing beyond....

  • Hula
  • Hatcher was named "national coach of the year" by the american football coaches association and was the offensive coordinator for the east squad at the hula bowl.

  • Helper(Definition of helper)
  • I'll look after them," was the answer, and rose became her mother's little helper again.

  • Healthy(Definition of healthy)
  • She had dressed her hair carefully; she appeared what she was, a splendid specimen of healthy, vigorous, clean womanhood.

  • Heals
  • She sat there with hands clasped, lips parted, and brimming eyes half raised to heaven, as if in instinctive acknowledgment of a thousand piteous prayers in the act of being answered by him who counts the stars and calls them by name, and heals the broken in heart.

  • Delphi(Definition of delphi)
  • Shocking indeed will it seem for lacedaemonians to destroy plataea, and for the city whose name your fathers inscribed upon the tripod at delphi for its good service, to be by you blotted out from the map of hellas, to please the thebans.

  • Helluva
  • "helluva trick to play on a feller," grumbled racey.

  • Hole(Definition of hole)
  • The only other weapon which i have seen in torres strait is a peculiar kind of club procured from new guinea, consisting of a quoit-like disk of hard stone (quartz, basalt, or serpentine) with a sharp edge, and a hole in the centre to receive one end of a long wooden handle.

  • Sylph(Definition of sylph)
  • "we did not know but that the sylph you escorted away had made a supper of hemstead, with you as a relish.

  • Shelf(Definition of shelf)
  • No one book shall any longer claim more shelf than another, no book shall be taller or thicker than another.

  • Healer(Definition of healer)
  • The lecturer, teacher, or healer who is indeed a christian scientist, never introduces the subject of human anatomy; never depicts the muscular, vascular, or nervous operations of the human frame.

  • Ralph
  • "i don't know that it is," ralph answered.

  • Hill(Definition of hill)
  • Ride to colonel taylor at once, and hurry him up the hill.

  • Hal
  • Hal followed her into the little kitchen, and commenced to take off her hat.

  • Hull(Definition of hull)
  • It is properly called kingston-upon-hull.

  • Glyph(Definition of glyph)
  • 221 and 222, i point out that the employment of an initial glyph, representing the synopsis of a whole, followed by seven signs, appears even more strongly to corroborate my view that the inhabitants of copan were acquainted with the septenary, cosmical division i have traced.

  • Helga
  • "first thing," he said abruptly, "hazel's name begins with an h, but she spells it helga!"

  • Humph(Definition of Humph)
  • Humph-where were they two years ago?

  • Hale(Definition of hale)
  • There was a feeling almost like oppression troubling him and making him feel that he had succeeded-that he had stayed the flight of the hale, strong man, but not wholly; that his work had partially been successful, and that had he continued, a complete triumph would have been the result.

  • Halve(Definition of halve)
  • Two men may join forces to entertain a quartet of ladies, or more, and thus halve the expense.

  • Halo(Definition of halo)
  • "without the halo of fame i shall be hideous in her eyes," he cried; "what a maddening situation i have put myself in!"

  • Heel(Definition of heel)
  • Abingdon turned on his heel and walked away.

  • Half(Definition of half)
  • In less than an hour they were half-way to norwich.

  • Health(Definition of health)
  • Here is something to drink my health with at the nearest tavern.

  • Guelph(Definition of Guelph)
  • Co-operation with the farmer's experimental union of the ontario agricultural college at guelph is advisable at this point.

  • Hellish(Definition of hellish)
  • "your hellish tricks have not come off this time.

  • Hello(Definition of hello)
  • Hello, brown, do you know them?

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