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Correct spelling for HOULED

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Possible correct spellings for houled

  • Healed
  • Sir, she said, it is sir tramtrist, the same knight that my daughter healed.

  • Housed
  • If properly housed, properly fed, properly bred, and properly protected against disease they will fully repay the little extra attention required.

  • Hailed
  • He now hailed jack eagerly.

  • Hurled
  • Stones were hurled and windows broken."

  • Hulled(Definition of Hulled)
  • Not a shot was thrown away by my men. i believe the brig was hulled every time; nor was her fire without effect upon us. our rigging was much cut up; several of her shots had gone through our sails, and we had two men hurt.

  • Hold(Definition of hold)
  • But how did you get hold of her?

  • Holed(Definition of holed)
  • He picked up little scraps of evidence here and there, and these were methodically pigeon-holed away, as a lawyer stores up the correspondence of his clients.

  • Hauled
  • A whale had been struck, and, after its first run, they hauled up to it again, and rowed so hard that they ran the boat right against it.

  • Heeled(Definition of Heeled)
  • Much more could be done in this direction if all mothers were sensible, but now and again word comes to the teacher: "i can dress my girl well and i don't care to have her wear your cheap uniform and your low-priced, low-heeled shoes."

  • Fouled(Definition of fouled)
  • You were going to produce him at the meeting and have him bid against belsher, only that tread-snail fouled your lines for you.

  • Haled
  • Four of those whom she named were haled before the justice.

  • Howled
  • He threw his head back and howled until the mountain walls rang with the song, and other men in far-off caves took it up and howled it back at him.

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