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Possible correct spellings for uhall

  • Hill(Definition of hill)
  • Yes, at the foot of this hill.

  • Hull(Definition of hull)
  • The autumn of this year was taken up with a series of public meetings, mostly in the east riding, in the greater part of which j. and m.y. had the company of isabel casson of hull.

  • All(Definition of all)
  • Is that all right?

  • Hal
  • Hal, by her very nature, could not love a small-minded woman.

  • Halloo(Definition of halloo)
  • He saw somebody walking along on the sidewalk beyond the green, but did not notice who they were till corry remarked,- "halloo!

  • Halley
  • And, as in the times of flamsteed and halley, the earnest zeal of men of science occasionally led to much controversy and bitterness amongst them.

  • Haul
  • A week from to-day i'll drive in and meet the up-train and haul my bridegroom home in my wagon.

  • Hula
  • Most of the men passengers, tarrying only with the vessel, planned to see a hula, and they wondered if any of those on the wharf were the dancers.

  • Hall(Definition of hall)
  • He hurried across the hall and touched him on the shoulder.

  • Shall(Definition of shall)
  • Shall i speak to him?"

  • Hail(Definition of hail)
  • At that moment several voices from the dance-hail called somewhat impatiently: "nick, nick!"

  • Al(Definition of al)
  • Yet dayly they preche: and haue great derysyon against the rude laymen: and al for couetyse.

  • Heal(Definition of heal)
  • He dared not risk exertion until he had given his wound time to heal.

  • Hurl(Definition of hurl)
  • It was enough to hurl king solomon, on whom be peace!

  • Udall
  • Captains wisner, verity and ira udall, who have been across the bay to fire island beach, arrived here to-day.

  • Feng-Shui
  • Nothing less than years of contact with foreign nations and deep draughts of that real science which is even now stealing imperceptibly upon them, will bring the chinese to see that feng-shui is a vain shadow, that it has played its allotted part in the history of a great nation, and is now only fit to be classed with such memories of by-gone glory as the supremacy of china, the bow and arrow, the matchlock, and the junk.

  • Hallow(Definition of hallow)
  • At geneva, haunted to balzac by happy memories, the travellers stayed at the hotel de l'arc, and balzac's mind was full of his lady-love, whose spirit seemed to him to hallow the place.

  • Hallie
  • "that's johnny montgomery," hallie whispered back.

  • Uphill(Definition of uphill)
  • They had walked five uphill miles since morning.

  • Ural
  • Two transports went down in flames, two cruisers were badly damaged, and the high-sided ex-german liner ural was punctured with shells.

  • He'll
  • But if he should, he'll turn them out, every man of them, for this treatment of an englishman."

  • Ally(Definition of ally)
  • She could only feel vaguely that an ally had been given her, an ally of strength.

  • Halo(Definition of halo)
  • Yet it was around mac's shining head that the halo of romance oftenest hovered.

  • Rewilding
  • Rewilding britain is an organization founded in 2015 that aims to promote the rewilding of great britain.

  • Ul
  • We formed our mess in part of the rooms of the headman's house, one russool of khusht; he was foster-father to the late nizam-ul-mulk, but had acknowledged the opposition and joined sher afzul.

  • Hale(Definition of hale)
  • He was a hale hearty man, of perhaps sixty years of age, who had certainly been handsome, and was even now not the reverse.

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