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  • argos Fearful of the prophecy that told he would be slain by his grandson and fearing that he would come to Argos to seek him, Acrisius fled out of his country.
  • argus Its place had been pre-empted by Argus-eyed regard for all matters affecting the preservation of Mr. Podmore's precious epidermis-the safety of his own skin.
  • hades You have gone through a good deal in a year and you have been roasted from Hades to breakfast by everybody.
  • haggis "Me Haggis ben Hamed at your sarvice, Senor Capitan," he answered, making a salaam; "me undertake show where you find all the slaves on the coast, and ebbery big ship and dhow that sails."
  • harness Then the lord of the castle, seeing a knight armed at all points, with a damsel and a page, riding towards the tower, came forth to meet them; and his horse and harness, with his shield and spear, were all of a red colour.
  • hayes The exhibition continued till about 12.30 A.M., when Mrs. Hayes and several other ladies, who had been induced to get up and dress, appeared.
  • hughes And the very second ball little Harry Hughes played He broke the jew's windows all.
  • largess Some of it came to me from its owner, an ancient man, "old Mr. Lake," who on summer days used to toss me largess from his abundance.
  • wages Their property, bought on the hire system out of hard-earned wages, was not, they thought, in the least likely to be smashed into small bits or carried off as loot.
  • Cargoes So enormous was the profit, that if two or three cargoes out of seven were run, the smugglers were content.
  • Harpies "Along the shore there are a few harpies," he answered; "and now and then I have seen a mermaid on the rocks combing her hair with a golden comb as she sang to herself."
  • Hires So he gets up this Glory Be Mining Company, and hires Mr. Pepper to sell the stock at twenty-five cents a share to all the preachers in the country.
  • Hodges The Admiralty shewed no less attention to science in general, by engaging Mr William Hodges, a landscape painter, to embark in this voyage, in order to make drawings and paintings of such places in the countries we should touch at, as might be proper to give a more perfect, idea thereof, than could be formed from written descriptions only.
  • Charges I took care to draw the charges of my pistols before the count.
  • Hates Suppose she really hates the money and wants to get rid of it, just as she says?
  • Hawks "I am not sure of the compliment," said the Queen; "hawks are fierce creatures."
  • Phages
  • Rages This peace reminded her of the profound silence of nature before a tempest bursts and rages.
  • hacks They were mostly political hacks who were pests at home and banished to New York, where the noise of the streets soon drove them to drink.
  • urges In the second book, when Glaucon insists that justice and injustice shall be considered without regard to their consequences, Adeimantus remarks that they are regarded by mankind in general only for the sake of their consequences; and in a similar vein of reflection he urges at the beginning of the fourth book that Socrates falls in making his citizens happy, and is answered that happiness is not the first but the second thing, not the direct aim but the indirect consequence of the good government of a State.
  • hugs She never hugs me-I am father's child.
  • harms Alwaies from Gods good happs, not harms, do fall.
  • sages In those two extremely interesting chapters of his, which treat of the 'Religious Remedies' and the 'Philosophical Remedies' for the 'disharmonies of the human constitution,' he is quite as unsparing of the sages as of the saints.
  • ages They are born ages too late, or ages too soon; they should not have been born now.
  • harries
  • barges
  • hares
  • hogs
  • harps
  • hikes
  • hearses
  • argues
  • hangs
  • haggles
  • cages
  • HAGS
  • hazes
  • hakes
  • hoagies
  • harks
  • sarges
  • hedges
  • hangers
  • haves
  • hawkers
  • hackers
  • hales
  • larges
  • chargers
  • abandonings
  • agglutinates
  • aspersers
  • cartooning

72 words made from the letters harges

3 letter words made from harges:

esr, are, res, ear, gas, erg, sea, age, sag, gsr, gar, rag, ras, ash, hag, sha, era.

5 letter words made from harges:

hares, gresh, agers, shaer, asger, reagh, share, gesar, hesar, hears, sehra, serag, hearg, shear, geras, gears, regas, saher, grahe, gersh, sager, serga, hegar, arges.

4 letter words made from harges:

greh, arse, rase, hare, garh, rahe, hera, ares, sehr, hear, ghar, ashe, gher, rags, haeg, shag, rhea, rage, rahg, gear, rega, seha, resh, gash, sage, gahr, eash, rash, rehg, sear, ages.

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