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Correct spelling for HIGHTS
We think the word hights 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 hights
- Heights(Definition of heights)
- Lights(Definition of Lights)
- Height(Definition of height)
- Tights(Definition of tights)
- Hiatus(Definition of hiatus)
Many other methods for exercising the child's mind and oral powers at the same moment, will be suggested by the ingenuity of teachers, and by experience; and wherever a teacher hits upon one which he finds efficient, and which works well with his children, it is to be hoped that he will not deprive others of its benefit.
Soon after the war-cry was raised on the heights of lexington he entered the army wish the commission of lieutenant.
They only show in some lights but they are there right enough.
He lowered his sights and shot at the white neck beneath the fair head.
And we take him at the height of his triumph, the very moment for which he made the war!
They have no rights save those we choose to give them."
"you can never be plain, my dear," he replied with the smile of a lover, not a husband; "never in your husband's eyes; not even in tights."
"went on dropping hints again, sir, as soon as he had had a glass or two.
Pope was aware of the hiatus between this last book and the rest, on which account he sometimes called it the greater dunciad; and it would have been easy for him, with a shallow warburtonian ingenuity, to invent links that might have satisfied a mere verbal sense of connection.
I can only say that i don't know where he got the hats.
They had a dozen big fights with them."
A body could even get past the 'brown bear' o' nights if he thought of them.