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Possible correct spellings for shhet

  • Shed(Definition of shed)
  • Barbara exclaimed, and straightway shed several tears, while eugenia and mildred laughed at her.

  • Shirt(Definition of shirt)
  • Heed(Definition of heed)
  • "i reckon i might counsel this young feller ter heed ther words of scripture an' 'tarry a while in jericho fer his beard ter grow.

  • Shut(Definition of shut)
  • Shevat
  • Chest(Definition of chest)
  • May 14th, 1643. thought, when i woke this morning, i had been dreaminge of st. paul let down the wall in a basket; but founde, on more closely examining the matter, 'twas grotius carried down the ladder in a chest; and methought i was his wife, leaninge from the window above, and crying to the souldiers, "have a care, have a care!"

    You hit me and left bruises on my chest And when I wouldn't cheat, I spit upon your test

    – Somebody by blue october
  • Shan't
  • And i shan't work to-day of course."

  • Shout(Definition of shout)
  • Chat(Definition of chat)
  • She was full of bright, pleasant chat.

  • Hied
  • Even as the sun, with purple-colour'd face, had ta'en his last leave of the weeping morn, rose-cheek'd adonis hied him to the chase: hunting he loved, but love he laughed to scorn.

  • Shirty
  • Shift(Definition of shift)
  • Hart(Definition of hart)
  • The new novel, 'stanley buxton,' just published by carey and hart, may be called one of the very best of mr. galt's productions.

  • Shh
  • Shod(Definition of shod)
  • Sheet(Definition of sheet)
  • It was more like a light glimmering over a sheet of water, a light made of the water itself.

  • Shied(Definition of Shied)
  • Hit(Definition of HIT)
  • What air hit, paw?

  • Sherbet(Definition of sherbet)
  • She set down her glass of sherbet unfinished and turned to the door.

  • Shiite
  • Shaft(Definition of shaft)
  • I sat on the shaft, and taking the reins out of the old gentleman's resistless hand, drove off down the road at quite a respectable pace.

  • Shade(Definition of shade)
  • Those therefore who expect overhanging branches, or the green-wood shade, in a french forest, will be sadly disappointed.

  • Shpt
  • Shot(Definition of shot)
  • He'd
  • "but he 'lowed he'd done come from acrost ther waters-from somewhars in t'other world.

  • Shoat(Definition of shoat)
  • Hoot(Definition of hoot)
  • He heard a whippoorwill call, lonely and dismal; then an owl hoot monotonously.

  • Shorty
  • Chert(Definition of chert)
  • A gradual passage from chert to limestone is not uncommon.

  • Shooed
  • Hot(Definition of hot)
  • "ay, it's hot enough," he replied.

  • Heat(Definition of heat)
  • He kicked them about in his rage; his anger reached white-heat.

  • Hut(Definition of hut)
  • It was well that he did, mother, for boduoc and i were besieged in a hut by a pack of wolves, who would shortly have made an end of us had not rescue arrived.

  • Chute(Definition of chute)
  • In fact, i knew that he had once investigated the entire length of the clothes chute, hanging to a rope, with this in view.

  • Chit(Definition of chit)
  • Little ridiculous chit, she bridled and doubted, but as you were an invalid, she supposed she might, only it was not what she had been used to, and papa "might object."

  • Hurt(Definition of hurt)
  • Are you hurt, mr. farrel?

  • Cheat(Definition of cheat)
  • He thought it would be safe to cheat a boy.

  • Hoed
  • To hoed crops apply these articles twice, and always by sowing, and not by putting it around or upon the hills; the effect is much greater sowed, besides the labor that is saved.

  • She'd
  • I'd a-been a bit spoiled, for my mother had had a boy and another maid besides me, and fine children too, as i've been told; but she'd a-lost the both of them o' smallpox, so that there wasn't but me left.

  • Short(Definition of short)
  • Shi'ite
  • Shunt(Definition of shunt)
  • Shred(Definition of shred)
  • Hate(Definition of hate)
  • I hate these fields and hedges.

  • Hat(Definition of hat)
  • Then he poured each of them a drink in his shapeless old hat and started them across the sink.

  • Hued(Definition of hued)
  • As we looked at the stretches of grass and flowers which shone in their midst, at the myriads of leaves upon the trees, the birds, the bees, and at the butterflies- winged blossoms hovering over duller hued plants-we thought how soon the tide of this joyous life around us would begin to ebb.

  • Ht
  • Figure 5c passes through the posterior region of the pharynx, ph, the tip of the forebrain, fb, the anterior edge of the heart, ht, and the curve of the tail, t. the chief point of interest in this section is the thyroid gland, tg. it now lies deep in the tissue of the floor of the pharynx, entirely separated from the pharyngeal epithelium.

  • Shad(Definition of shad)
  • The fish swim into these precisely as do the shad, and in their attempts to back out their gills catch, and there they hang.

  • Shushed
  • Shoot(Definition of shoot)
  • Shiest
  • Shalt(Definition of Shalt)
  • His warriors said, "thou shalt go no more out with us to battle, that thou quench not the light of israel."

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