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Possible correct spellings for htae

  • Heme(Definition of heme)
  • 7å from the iron core of the heme molecule to allow oxyferryl intermediates to perform the cholesterol hydroxylation).

  • Hat(Definition of hat)
  • By this time it was half-past ten, and he put on his hat and went downstairs.

  • Hts
  • Tat(Definition of tat)
  • Tao(Definition of tao)
  • Hume
  • Hated
  • He hated her old nurse.

  • Haze(Definition of haze)
  • But the soldiers pressed on joyfully, for the sweet odors of vineyard and garden grew ever more ravishing; and now the land lay at their feet in a shimmering haze, through which the forests rose like deep cool islands with here and there a red roof, or a white church spire to tell of human habitation.

  • Hate(Definition of hate)
  • Claude, i'm glad-i'm thankful you've made her hate you.

  • Bate(Definition of bate)
  • Didn't i bate ye enough whin ye wor little to shtop ye from swearin'?

  • He(Definition of he)
  • 6033. is he mr. anderson's shopkeeper at ollaberry?

  • Pta
  • Hue(Definition of hue)
  • Te
  • Http
  • Hide(Definition of hide)
  • I shouldn't wonder if i took the value of that tree out of your hide.

  • That(Definition of That)
  • Hap(Definition of hap)
  • Lady desmond would never have taken upon herself to make a journey to hap house, had not a sentence of absolute banishment from desmond court been passed against him.

  • Haw(Definition of haw)
  • Haw-thorne grew up a very hand-some young fellow.

  • Has(Definition of Has)
  • 58 milk house has ...

  • Hie(Definition of hie)
  • And with a prosperous gale of wind in flanders safe they did arive; 50 this was to their great ease of minde, which from their hearts much woe did drive; and so with thanks to god on hie, they tooke their way to germanie.

  • Hear(Definition of hear)
  • Hear me, o king!

  • Hake(Definition of hake)
  • Haddock are found in the deep water in the spring: cusk all the year in deep water, together with hake in summer, also on the muddy bottom in deep water.

  • Hebe(Definition of hebe)
  • At length, once more lifting his wreath and crown, he raised his curls with both hands, and said, quite calmly and decisively; "we must have a hebe, and must take her where we find her.

  • Hag(Definition of hag)
  • You're a bloodthirsty old hag!

  • Heap(Definition of heap)
  • One of the officers stooped down and flashed his lantern on the heap of snow where the dead face lay, as pale as its frozen pillow.

  • Hose(Definition of hose)
  • And, on the other hand, some of the very saddest entertainments i have ever taken a hand in have been those conducted by a host bubbling with geniality, and with a stock of reminiscences, who turned the hose in the face of guest after guest till they writhed with boredom.

  • Tar(Definition of tar)
  • Had(Definition of Had)
  • Think how splendid it is that we have had this time now.

  • Tie(Definition of tie)
  • Fate(Definition of fate)
  • Si'wren considered all, and felt renewed remorse at what terrible fate had befallen her.

  • Taed
  • Thad
  • Ht
  • Date(Definition of date)
  • The rooms are taken every year for this date by the same people.

  • Gte
  • Ysla de lucon la ysla e lucon as la mas principal ysla de todo lo descubierto porques poblada de mucha gte es muy abastecida de aroz y muchas minas donde se a sacado gran cantidad de oro especial de la prouincia de los ylocos.

  • Sate(Definition of sate)
  • Ham(Definition of ham)
  • Vall went on nibbling ham and wine sauce; the servant repeated the announcement a trifle more loudly.

  • Star(Definition of star)
  • Tue
  • Tad
  • Utah
  • Tau(Definition of tau)
  • Eta
  • There are now neither samurai nor eta, but only sons of the emperor.

  • Nate
  • Vitae
  • Howe
  • And so i to westminster as soon as i came home to my lord's, where i dined with mr. shepley and howe.

  • Kate
  • Tee(Definition of tee)
  • Hats
  • He waited in the draughty hall; it was so dark that coats and hats loomed, ghostly shapes, by the farther wall.

  • Ha(Definition of ha)
  • "ha," sir, said she, "if thy country were a kingdom, and should come to me all wholly, forsooth i should hold me right well wedded in him."

    Wow, she's wild, ah, ha. Ah, ha, ha.

    – Wild by lonestar
  • Han(Definition of han)
  • It hit a heavy han rocket nose to nose.

  • Rate(Definition of rate)
  • Hare(Definition of hare)
  • The tiger squirmed and twisted first one way and then the other, first to one side and then to the other; at last he could stand it no longer and catching the hare he threw her out of the trap and she landed on solid ground.

  • Heal(Definition of heal)
  • Other voices repeated anxiously: "heal our souls, heal our souls!"

  • Hal
  • "if i were mr. hermon, i'd give you one good shaking, hal," put lorraine.

  • Gate(Definition of gate)
  • Maisie's mother made no answer, but turned and walked into the house; and the young nobleman, being very anxious to know what it all meant, hung his bridle over the garden gate, and followed her.

    One silent night of late, When every creature rested, Came one unto my gate, And knocking, me molested.

    – THE CHEAT OF CUPID; OR, THE UNGENTLE GUEST by Robert Herrick
  • Hype(Definition of hype)
  • Ste
  • Hath(Definition of Hath)
  • May 6, 1646. the king hath escaped!

  • Hyde
  • Hater
  • And what a fierce hater he is; what unlimited power of vituperation; what intensity of bitter feeling!

  • Ate(Definition of ate)
  • And i didn't like at all the way he ate his food.

  • Hale(Definition of hale)
  • The beautiful story of how that is done cannot be told here, but what hale house did for me i may not omit to mention.

  • Rte
  • Head(Definition of head)
  • There'll be time enough for that when affairs come to a head."

  • Hope(Definition of hope)
  • I do hope you do.

  • Ta
  • Hay(Definition of hay)
  • Hay-making is one; and rose-gathering is one; and sprinkling and folding a great basket full of white clothes right out of the grass and the air and the sunshine is one.

  • Late(Definition of late)
  • Sta
  • Heave(Definition of heave)
  • Heave off, put all steam on, and back out, starn fust, and then swing round into the stream.

  • Pate(Definition of pate)
  • Tate(Definition of tate)
  • Haj(Definition of haj)
  • Haj ibrahim was first introduced, but the sultan could not keep off his eyes from me.

  • Have(Definition of have)
  • 371. have you a pass-book?

  • Toe(Definition of toe)
  • Hates
  • He's a man who knows exactly what he wants, and hates to have people go against his directions in the smallest things.

  • Ptah
  • Haas
  • Sit her here, mr. haas, in this rocker.

  • Mate(Definition of mate)
  • Ute(Definition of ute)
  • Heat(Definition of heat)
  • Summer's heat and winter's snow may unheeded come and go; what he suffered, what he taught, makes the year of christian thought.

  • Tea(Definition of tea)
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