Correct spelling for HAE

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Possible correct spellings for hae

  • ha Thought I'd got money-ha, ha!
  • hag A merchant buys them I know not where, and sells them to some old hag who teaches them, or causes them to be taught, philosophy, poetry, all Eastern sciences, in order that one day they may become gifts worthy of a king.
  • haj Haj Ibrahim promises to be useful to me, and has already sent a letter for me to Ghadames.
  • hake The principal fishes taken are haddock, cod, cusk, halibut, and hake, and a very small amount of pollock.
  • hale "Yes, yes; fine country for a cemetery," said the hale but sceptical Hedson.
  • ham The polenta was excellent, the chops delicious, and the ham perfect, and in less than an hour the board was as bare as if there had been nothing on it; but the Orvieto kept the company in good spirts.
  • han The Susquannas, with their great inertron shields, which served them well against the weak rays of the Hans, pressed forward irresistibly every time they made a contact with a Han unit, their short-range rocket guns sending a hail of explosive destruction before them.
  • hap Be that as it may, Hap House had of late years been always regarded as conferring some seven or eight hundred a year upon its possessor, and when young Owen Fitzgerald succeeded to this property, on the death of an uncle in the year 1843, he was regarded as a rich man to that extent.
  • hare Nana-bush is evidently Noah, his name means Noah-Noah-hare, or the Great Noah and Hare.
  • hat He picked up his hat from the floor and, murmuring something that sounded like "Canaille!"
  • hate How I do hate the old wretch to be sure!"
  • have 10,306. Have you any dealings in hosiery at your shop?
  • haw Ormsby's laugh was an Englishman's deep-chested haw-haw.
  • hay "Satt Morgan was here with hay to-day.
  • haze The stars were brilliant to-night and the golden haze of the lamplight hung over the streets like a magic curtain.
  • he 11,024. Who was he?
  • hie Soon I must hie Me to the halls of state, and I would fain Depart with mind at ease on matters here, For there be few who safely may advise.
  • hue My garden was become a wilderness of roses in the soft spring weather, too, and each flower took a warmer hue as the sun sank in the west, and slowly neared the point where it would drop behind the European foreland.
  • Had Mr Thom had the selling of them.
  • Has 56. Who has told you?
  • Hal There might of course be exceptions, but hardly among those as frivolous and obstinate as Hal.
  • Rae The Hopkins- Rae window was vacated.
  • Mae "He gets a microscopic view of it, yes," replied Mae, grandiloquently, "and Edith-" "Always sees just what he does," suggested Eric maliciously.
  • NAE My heart is nae langer my ain.

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