Correct spelling for HACE
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Possible correct spellings for hace
- ace Once Drusie, who had wriggled herself through the thick hawthorns at the back of the fort, was within an ace of taking the flag; but, just as she had climbed up on the roof, the defender, whose face was completely hidden by his helmet, made a grab at her, and she was obliged to fly for her life.
- dace Sluggish and muddy rivers seem to produce the best dace.
- face "I could no more face them yellow eyes of hern when they blaze up-you go tell her yourself, if you want her told.
- hack Wehnert had several sisters, who had been accustomed to a certain ease in life, and to maintain this all his efforts and those of a bachelor brother were devoted, to the sacrifice of his legitimate ambitions; he was overworked with the veriest hack-work of his profession, and I never knew him but as a jaded man.
- hake The principal fish taken here are cod, haddock, and cusk, but hake, pollock and halibut occur, the best fishing months being from May to October, when the bank is resorted to by craft from western Nova Scotia.
- hale Twice Peter stood on his way home; the first time he slapped his leg and chuckled: "Sall, it was gey clever o' me; a hale kerridge o' Drumtochty lads, and no ane o' them ever hed a glint o' her."
- hare When startled by a passer-by the hare-unless there is a dog-goes off in a leisurely fashion, doubtless feeling quite safe in the length of his legs, and after getting a hundred yards or so sits upon his haunches and watches the intruder.
- hate Stupid fellow, I hate you!
- have 16,431. Have you neither been tacksmen nor proprietors?
- haze Melissa caught her breath, and turned and gazed fixedly through the shimmering haze of the valley toward Los Angeles.
- lace Her bed was magnificent, with lace and more roses, and there was a fine photograph of her beautiful mother in a silver frame on the mantelpiece.
- mace Yet of all others was that a most ridiculous, but very true exchange, which the yeoman of London vsed with his Sergeant at the Mace, who said he would goe into the countrie, and make merry a day or two, while his man plyed his busines at home: an example of it you shall finde in our Enterlude entituled Lustie London: the Sergeant, for sparing of hors-hire, said he would goe with the Carrier on foote.
- pace Throckmorton quickened his pace, and went up to Mrs. Temple, carrying his hat in his hand.
- race "I wouldn't stand any chance with that Dutchman," answered Roy, "but if you can't find anyone else I'll race him.
4 words made from the letters hace
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