How to spell HAIRGEL correctly?

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  • argyle He was a Scotchman by birth, his father having been employed upon the Argyle estates.
  • bagel Though the original bagel has a fairly well-defined recipe and method of production, there is no legal standard of identity for bagels in the United States.
  • gael Carry my blessing with thee to the West, My heart is broken in my breast: Should sudden death overtake me, It is for my great love of the Gael.
  • gargle Use at least six separate mouthfuls each time you gargle, and hold long enough at the back of the throat for the gargle to reach every part.
  • gel "You leave that gel alone!" shouted a harsh voice from another attic close by.
  • girl We talked it over,-what we could do without a girl.
  • hackle Q. -The hackle, body, tail, and tinsel now neatly tied, how do you tie on the wings?
  • hag Then the first Hag bent her knee to him, and, said she, "Loosen the hearthstone with your sword and you will find a token that will let you know who your father was."
  • haggle Well, I saw there was no use to haggle in that fashion.
  • haggler
  • hail She hailed them a taxi and they jumped into the backseat.
  • hairball When my dog got sick, I was really worried about the hairball problem.
  • haircut
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  • hazel
  • heel I wore my new boots with their stylish heel.
  • hegel Philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel is most famous for his work "The Philosophy of History.
  • higher
  • highly She highly recommends the book.
  • hike I need to take a hike before it's dark.
  • hill The hill is a great place to see the sunset.
  • huge The huge building was truly amazing.
  • hugely My cat is hugely overweight.
  • hurl The ball hurled through the air caught the fielder by surprise.
  • largely I largely agree with what you have said.
  • rigel His Rigel tattoo perfectly complemented his piercing gaze.
  • virgil With a deep voice and gravelly tones, Virgil was able to capture the reader's attention.
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  • Carl Cael began to race then, and he was glad of the start, for his antagonist made so little account of him that he did not know what to expect when the Carl would begin to run.
  • Haggled Nanny went with me to the clothing-shop, haggled and fought until she reduced the articles to twenty-eight shillings, and then they were ordered to be made and sent to her house.
  • Harley
  • Harrell
  • Hillel
  • Karl
  • Nigel
  • Kiel When I got to Kiel it was raining.
  • haggles
  • Hague I visited the Hague.
  • harked
  • Hormel This popular brand of canned meats is made by Hormel Foods.

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