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Correct spelling for HIMS
We think the word hims 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 hims
- Hiss(Definition of hiss)
- His(Definition of His)
- Him(Definition of Him)
To the connoisseur of well cured hams and bacon this low melting point is not a detriment but a distinct improvement.
Now, that was all i said that day-just an almost noiseless "si"-a mere hiss of wind through my upper front teeth.
If i lose, i goes back with a even thousand; if i win, you-all hits the trail with a thousand, while i'm owner of your roll an' bank.
When he got there i told him to lower himself into the window as far as his hips, supporting himself by holding his elbows against the sides of the window.
But her usual gaiety was gone, and the girls noticed at once the dark rims under her eyes.
He wondered where sims had gone to, and what he was doing now.
She should know no life, no aims, no wishes but his; but that life should be so free from care and sorrow that for once he would be able to congratulate himself on having made the happiness, instead of the misery, of some one whom he loved and who loved him.
He hums to himself as he goes, so happy is he.
"his friend, mr. dainton, found me, or i found his little girl, and they have been so kind.
Sometimes he asked people whom he met if they could tell him of his father.
That the aurora dims the lustre of the stars seen through it, is a fact which was ascertained clearly by the same gentleman; and that it moves in a region beyond the clouds is also evident from the fact that when the latter covered the sky the aurora disappeared.