Correct spelling for HARGE

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Possible correct spellings for harge

  • age I haven't seen you for an age; where have you kept yourself?
  • argo When the feast was finished the king spoke to Jason, telling him how the Argo might be guided through the Symplegades, the dread passage into the Sea of Pontus.
  • argue Things sweet to tast, proue in digestion sowre: You vrg'd me as a Iudge, but I had rather You would haue bid me argue like a Father.
  • barge Like a beauteous barge was she, Still at rest on the sandy beach, Just beyond the billow's reach; But he Was the restless, seething, stormy sea!
  • cage You feel like a squirrel in a cage, in it; you have to run round and round, and don't go forward none.
  • charge They charge from 8 to 14 frs.
  • charger But he had also thought of something else which was far more important, for the warlike conversation had affected him as the blast of a trumpet stirs the battle charger drawing a plough.
  • gage He spread himself at large on the principles of the present struggle, rejoiced that Burgoyne came by command of the king rather than his own desire, and warned him of the miscreants who had infatuated Gage.
  • hack 106 Hack, our new one...................................
  • hacker Even if the password wasn't changed, the aspiring hacker would look like a guy who couldn't keep a good secret.
  • hag The old hag, still crouching in the shadow, stared with bleared eyes at the doorway of the big house, and took no notice of his call.
  • haggle She did not haggle or squabble as inferior housewives will, because she knew just what she wanted and what it was prudent to pay for it.
  • haj Haj Ibrahim at last got out his umbrella and put it up, "What's that for?"
  • hake Hake occur in summer on the muddy edges.
  • hale Luke Candlish-dead-the mausoleum-the hale, hearty young man-struck down.
  • hang One fool has been stabbed and the English will hang the other.
  • hanger 3383, in which D, D is a disc, having at b a pivot for the eccentric hanger.
  • hard I had hard work to get her to sleep.
  • hare He is sometimes called the Prairie Hare.
  • hark Yes, I do well to hark back to the primitive.
  • harm I don't do any harm."
  • harp So thin she grew and so worn that the physicians bade her servants bring harp and song to charm away the sadness that weighed upon her spirit; but all in vain!
  • harper John Harper Drennen, using his influence, had caused his friends to buy a total of one hundred thousand dollars of worthless stock.
  • hart Farwell, my babes, farwell, my hart is clos'de With pitie and paine, my self with death enclos'de, My breath doth faile.
  • harte My compliments to Mr. Harte.
  • harvey Mrs. Harvey staggered to her feet.
  • hate Ah, you hate me, I know!"
  • have Could I have a better?
  • hawk The hawk-eyes of Billy Getz sparkled.
  • hawker His daughter when only fifteen years old, quitted her home and became a strolling actress; but when out of an engagement she would return to London, and pick up a scanty home in its streets as a hawker.
  • haze The tide was at quarter-ebb, and a dismal haze lay thick on shore and sea.
  • hearse The hearse was drawn by eight black horses, each of which carried on its head a great tuft of nodding ostrich-plumes, and the leaden coffin was covered by a rich purple pall, on which was embroidered in gold the Canterville coat-of-arms.
  • hedge "Yes, under cover of the hedge.
  • here I did not come here to talk.
  • hg Regent Airways (Bengali: রিজেন্ট এয়ারওয়েজ) is a Bangladeshi airline owned by HG Aviation Ltd, a fully owned subsidiary of Habib Group.
  • hike In her natty khaki suit, with its red-banded sombrero and red tie, she looked as jaunty and young as the Bluebirds, Bob Whites, and Orioles, who, with admiring eyes, watched her as they stood lined up on the path with knapsacks, staffs, and all the paraphernalia needed for the hike.
  • hire All were making a frantic attempt to hire expressmen with any kind of vehicle that would move, and most of them were failing.
  • hoagie
  • hoarse
  • hog
  • hug
  • huge
  • hugo
  • large
  • larger
  • marge
  • page
  • phage
  • rage
  • sage
  • urge
  • wage
  • Haggai 6:14 And the elders of the Jews builded, and they prospered through the prophesying of Haggai the prophet and Zechariah the son of Iddo.
  • Harley She gave him the lightest caress imaginable, shook hands affectionately with young Harley, who was looking decidedly less pinched than he had upon arrival, and stood waving an energetic hand as they went away into the dripping dark.
  • Hagar "I think they will do me good, and you, too, Nurse Hagar; and before very long, too.
  • Hodge
  • Sarge
  • Margie
  • HAGS The three Hags sat round the fire with their heads together.
  • Hague The Hague was a Court town.
  • harked Puzzled and saddened, his mind harked back for ever to that carking question: Why had she returned?
  • huger
  • harks A sane, strong person is not the prey of reasons: a person like Mr. Secretary can never free himself from them, and after he has arrived at some kind of determination is still uncertain and harks back.

28 words made from the letters harge

3 letter words made from harge:

are, hag, age, erg, gar, ear, rag, era.

4 letter words made from harge:

ghar, rehg, gher, gahr, rega, garh, rhea, hare, rahe, rahg, hera, gear, hear, rage, greh, haeg.

5 letter words made from harge:

reagh, hearg, grahe, hegar.

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