Correct spelling for HELT

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Possible correct spellings for helt

  • Halt(Definition of halt)
  • We will halt where we are until you return."

  • Holt(Definition of Holt)
  • In a moment, holt returned to his seat, flushed and out of breath.

  • Heat(Definition of heat)
  • The heat had begun to drive the men out.

  • Belt(Definition of belt)
  • She took off her belt and she spread it on the water, and she rode on it to the other side, and then she took a bath.

  • Welt(Definition of welt)
  • He had a bad gash on his knee, his fingers on one hand were bruised and bleeding, and there was a large welt on his head where the cross-beam had struck him; but there seemed to be nothing serious.

  • Celt(Definition of celt)
  • It is quite true that the celt-the welsh celt, at all events-has directly contributed very little to great literature.

  • He'll
  • "then he'll have to get glad again," returned katrina, calmly.

  • Helm(Definition of helm)
  • And when king arthur saw the king ride on sir ector's horse, he was wroth and with his sword he smote the king on the helm, that a quarter of the helm and shield fell down, and so the sword carved down unto the horse's neck, and so the king and the horse fell down to the ground.

  • Melt(Definition of melt)
  • We are used to it, my dog and i. we are not of wax to melt in the sun."

  • Pelt(Definition of pelt)
  • But he also knew their lust for horses and mules; he felt their slowly growing feeling of contempt for men who would trade them wonderful things for worthless beaver, mink, and otter skins; and a fortune in trade goods for the pelt of a single silver fox, which neither was warmer nor more durable than the pelt of other foxes.

  • Help(Definition of help)
  • It cannot help me."

  • Felt(Definition of felt)
  • No: she felt she could not speak.

  • Helot(Definition of helot)
  • In the terms applied to the laborer, from pariah, helot, servus, serf, knecht, thrall, slave, villain, peasant, and laborer, to artisan and working-man-there is a vision of progress as bright as the light which fell upon saul of tarsus as he journeyed toward damascus.

  • Hilt(Definition of hilt)
  • So balin took the sword by the girdle and hilt, and drew it lightly out, and looking on its workmanship and brightness, it pleased him greatly.

  • Heft(Definition of heft)
  • The second is less attractive, the prospects less agreeable, and will only employ two months; the third, however, may be accomplished in seven days, and is thence called the heft-khan, or seven stages; but at every stage some monster, or terrible difficulty, must be overcome.

  • Held(Definition of held)
  • He was really speaking to miss phipps, but as he held pixie's hand in his, she felt it her duty to answer for herself.