Correct spelling for HACKE
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Possible correct spellings for hacke
- hack She went hack to the room where lay the letter.
- hacker Looking for backdoors the hacker might have left behind.
- hackle Again we showed, this time a duck-wing, and the Fifty-fourth a blue hackle, heavily backed, who proved a wheeler, but it took twenty minutes for him to lay the duck-wing upon the carpet; and we stood three to the bad, but game, though the odds on the main were heavily against us.
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- hake Hake the berserk rode in front, and, advancing as near as possible to the place where his enemies stood, said tauntingly:
- hakka Aborigines settled near Hakka communities were sometimes assigned Hakka-like family names.
- hark But better than either-better and more than a hundred pages-is Shakespeare's simple line,- "Hark, hark, the lark at heaven's gate sings," or John Lyly's, his contemporary,- "Who is't now we hear?
- hawk Old Ivar Eagleheart, Two- Hawk, and others of the Indian braves looked on.
- hawker Mrs. Hableton evidently laboured under the delusion that the man was a hawker, but seeing no hand-cart with him, she changed her mind.
- heck "I knowed it was bad news," Skinny exclaimed, "-poor old Heck!"
- hick Warren William " Hick" Carpenter (August 16, 1855 – April 18, 1937) was an American Major League Baseball third baseman from Grafton, Massachusetts.
- hickey Every one, even the saturnine Dr. Hickey, began to laugh; I rode back to Philippa, who was exchanging compliments and congratulations with her escort.
- hike The day's hike is done.
- hock Oh, Hock, is he going to play?"
- hockey Miss Kingsley, when the matter was reported to her, disclaimed all knowledge of the photographer or any commission to him to take the hockey teams.
- hooke Although it was so colossal it was not comparable to the telescope 10,000 feet long which the astronomer Hooke proposed to construct some years ago. Nevertheless the setting up of such an apparatus presented great difficulties.
- huck Huck Finn is a monument that no puny pecking will destroy.
- Hacked They tore and hacked at the poor creatures with penknives and any weapon they could get, they carved their names on them and stopped up their blow-holes with stones, till the place was a perfect shambles and the blood soaked into the sand as into an arena in ancient Rome....
- hacks I 'lowed it were a pleasure ride, 'cause it were one of them hacks that folks don't usually use 'ceptin' fer a weddin', or a funeral, an' it wa'n't no funeral."
- Hague We had known each other at Paris, and afterwards at the Hague, where I had the pleasure of being of service to him.
20 words made from the letters hacke
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