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Correct spelling for HUFFINTON

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Possible correct spellings for huffinton

  • Finding
  • I think the old woman came back to the spot where we had been lying, but finding us gone did not trouble to search for us.

  • Hefting
  • Hefting it in his hand, and then swinging it about his head, phil discovered that he had a weapon that would almost fell an ox. his plan was to wait beside the door in the morning until whoever brought him his food should have unlocked the door, then to strike him down, and while he was stunned, take a chance on escaping from the house.

  • Hinting
  • They had fright enough over a paragraph in the church gazette, hinting at a lady in connection with one of their ministers - where there should be no lady; but prompt action had steered the ship through those shoals in safety.

  • Hunting
  • Besides, miss jessie was hunting up and down, wondering where you were, and mr. lee looked like a thunder-cloud."

  • Feinting
  • Feinting with his left, the mauler clinched heavily with his right, but ralph foiled the attack with a clever half-nelson.

  • Hinton
  • The names of bishop christopher wordsworth, of dean alford, of bishop lightfoot for england, of bishop charles wordsworth, of dean ramsay, of drs. candlish, guthrie, and macleod for scotland, may seem to clamour among orthodox theologians, those of w. r. greg, of james hinton, of w. k. clifford among not always orthodox lay dealers with the problems of philosophy, or of theology, or both.

  • Haunting
  • There really appeared to be something in cicely's theory of criminals haunting a particular spot.

  • Fainting
  • She fainting fell, through mingled grief and fear.

  • Harrington
  • I had not much trouble in obtaining their consent, and we found ourselves in distinguished company, among the persons present being the countess of harrington, lady stanhope, and emilie and her daughters.

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