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Possible correct spellings for haose
- hades Lifting Him from hades to earth, by another step it exalted the risen Saviour above the clouds, and seated Him at God's right hand in the heavens.
- haste But this isn't a decision to be made in haste.
- hausa Many words representing ideas or things with which the Hausa must have been familiar from the very earliest time are obviously connected with Arabic or Semitic roots.
- Halos The great Pope's phrase, hackneyed as it is, is perhaps the first glimpse of the golden halos in the best Christian Art.
- Has "Hoo has it come about?
- Hates She hates you; she wants your wife to hate you.
- hares It is the box in which have been lodged all my hares, and in which lodges Puss at present; but he, poor fellow, is worn out with age, and promises to die before you can see him.
- HaaS The electrical and chemical efficiencies of the Haas and Oettel and Dayton cells, which contain carbon electrodes, are smaller than those containing platinum electrodes but for water sterilisation the carbon cells have been found to be more suitable.
- hakes In earlier days the great lug-pole, or, as it was called in England, the back-bar, stretched from ledge to ledge, or lug to lug, high up the yawning chimney, and held a motley collection of pot-hooks and trammels, of gib-crokes, twicrokes, and hakes, which in turn suspended at various heights over the fire, pots, and kettles and other cooking utensils.
- hales What is it, Hales?
19 words made from the letters haose
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