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  • ally The importance of such a thing to you must be less than to France, less than to her great ally.
  • hail I hail the day!
  • hale She is a hale, strong girl, much stronger than I am, and I am not going to die yet.
  • haley Is that Mandy Haley?
  • hall Will you please to open the hall door?"
  • halley Mr. Edmund Halley, R. S. S. was carried on with a strong impulse to take a voyage to St. Hellens, to make observations of the southern constellations, being then about twenty-four years old.
  • halloo Appropriately enough, on beholding the settlers, he uttered a deep bass halloo, which was echoed solemnly by the mighty cliffs at his back.
  • hallow Let prayer sweeten prosperity and hallow adversity.
  • halo Mary's heavenly-beaming eyes seemed to have encircled his head with love's purest halo.
  • haply Let your tongues With sacred silence favour what I speak, And haply shall my faithful lips be taught To unfold celestial counsels, which may arm, As with impenetrable steel your breasts, For the long strife before you, and repel The darts of adverse fate.
  • hardly I hardly spoke a word to my wife, who sat near.
  • harlow Our companion in the coach luckily happened to be a son of Dr. Burney's, who was an old and intimate friend of my father's, and they discoursed together the whole way along, of all sorts of events and people: of my uncle John and my aunt Siddons, in their prime; of Mrs. Jordan and the late king; of the present one, Harlow, Lawrence, and innumerable other folk of note and notoriety.
  • harshly Emperor Euphrates laughed harshly.
  • haul Well, for some two or three hours we held fast, but could not haul on to him to use the lance, for the moment we came close up alongside of his tail he peaked flukes and dived, then up again, and away as fast as ever.
  • hill "Going to make a Bunger Hill Monuement," replied Dotty.
  • hilly The streets are much narrower and more irregular-older-fashioned, and more English in appearance-occasioned, doubtless, by its slower growth and its more hilly situation.
  • holly After arriving upon the edge of the open ground, that extended some yards outside the enclosure-he came to a final stop-crouching down behind a bush of holly, whose thick dark foliage appeared sufficient to screen him from the observation of any one-either in the cottage or in front of it.
  • holy And the holy water, too, I see.
  • hourly "Though I would not, my friends," he continued, "have you expect to hear any thing extraordinary in my history, as there is not any circumstance in the whole, but what daily and hourly happens to hundreds of my fellow-beings, or that can render it interesting to any but the ear of friendship.
  • hull It was only when one of them began to move to and fro that the mighty crowd became certainly aware of life still clinging to the hull.
  • hurl Intimately acquainted with all the local conflicting interests of the Colonies, he was enabled to exercise a salutary influence among the members in reconciling differences between them, which, for a time, threatened to hurl back the elements of government into original chaos and prostrate the fair fabric of Liberty.
  • rally Could he plant his victorious standard thus in the very heart of the country, he felt that thousands would rally around it.
  • Hardily Most of our women do their own household work, all of our men work long hours; but when there is question of a public work to be done, people will pledge, gravely and with their eyes open, an amount of work that would fairly stagger persons whose easier lives have trained their fibres less hardily.
  • Hal Shades more formidable of good Queen Bess herself, Bluff King Hal, Margaret Countess of Richmond, and that other unhappy Margaret of Anjou, what would you have said of this simple ramble?
  • Harley "Well, Harley seems to have taken a fancy to her at once.
  • Hurley "I will," said Mr. Hurley.
  • Hallie I think I should love to; and oh, dear, Hallie, you don't know!
  • Holley The following remarks on the theory of welding are from a paper read by Alexander L. Holley before the American Institute of Mining Engineers:- "The generally received theory of welding is that it is merely pressing the molecules of metal into contact, or rather into such proximity as they have in the other parts of the bar.
  • halls In Liverpool he deliberately threw away a full sovereign in motion-pictures and music-halls.
  • he'll Oh, he'll be back!

34 words made from the letters harlly

4 letter words made from harlly:

layr, layl, ahly, yahl, aryl, rahl, yahr, hyla, lyra, llay, rhyl, rlly, llah, yall, haly, hall, rahy, rayl, lahr, hayr, rall, ryll, llyr, ally.

3 letter words made from harlly:

ayr, hay, all, lay, ray, lah, rya.

5 letter words made from harlly:

ryall, rally, llyra.

Misspelling of the day

Nayway

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  • away
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  • between devil and the deep blue sea
  • byway
  • nay way
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  • norway
  • noway
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