Correct spelling for HUNE

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Possible correct spellings for hune

  • Hue
  • About his neck was tied a silk handkerchief of modest hue, and about his waist was strapped a revolver belt.

  • Dune
  • "they've gone off on the wrong track," said colin, taking his eye from the glass as soon as the switch tail of the maherry disappeared behind the slope of a sand-dune.

  • Hun
  • After walking some distance down the tow-path, i encountered a hun.

  • Hunk
  • Followed as usual by the man with the lantern, the gaoler came in, carrying a bowl of hot steaming soup, which he placed on the table, then he took from his pocket a spoon, a small hunk of black bread, and a piece of cheese.

  • Hunt
  • But this hunt for it isn't funny.

  • Hume
  • "at the time when hume wrote his letter to gibbon, the conquest of canada had very recently been effected.

  • Tune
  • And the guard sang the words of the new tune, too.

  • June
  • I will tell you presently what the june nights were at westover.

  • Huns
  • It's simply ridiculous to waste our little concert on a few huns in the trenches to-night.

  • Huge
  • Lemnos has a huge roadstead, open to the south, and at present protected at the two southern points by big guns and searchlights.

  • Rune
  • I, hubert of hastings, write this in the land of tavantinsuyu, far from england, where i was born, whither i shall never more return, being a wanderer as the rune upon the sword of my ancestor, thorgrimmer, foretold that i should be, which sword my mother gave me on the day of the burning of hastings by the french.

  • Hung
  • Fuller of fragrance than they, and as heavy with shadows and night-dews, hung the heart of the maiden.

  • Hone
  • But when this is done, the process of sharpening the razor is still incomplete, for the edge, when taken from the hone, is left rough and unfit to put on the face.