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  • hare I got 12 copies to give to friends, and one copy I gave to Mr. Hare.
  • harsh Thus when the Spinning Wheel had invited whoever wished to get on and have a Merry-Go-Round ride, and the harsh voice had called: "Make way!
  • harte I hope you will employ the mornings diligently with Mr. Harte, in acquiring weight; and the evenings in the best companies at Rome, in acquiring lustre.
  • hausa There is a certain amount of resemblance between the Hausa language and that spoken by the Berbers to the south of Tripoli and Tunis.
  • hawser But this was hardly done, before a fresh breeze sprung up again at N.W. with which we were enabled to stretch up into an arm of the inlet, that was observed by us to run into the N.E. There we were again becalmed, and obliged to anchor in eighty-five fathoms water, and so near the shore as to reach it with a hawser.
  • hays On my arrival at Danville, I met Colonel W. C. Raulston, of the 24th New York Cavalry, with whom I was acquainted, and who introduced me to the members of his mess, Brigadier-General A. N. Duffie, Brigadier-General Hays, and Lieutenants Leydon and VanDerweed, who were all anxious to talk with me about the chances of escape.
  • haze Suddenly these visions vanished before something more tangible in the haze of the valley.
  • hearse There was quite a revolution and a dark shadow in the old house, while the leafless poplars which encircled it seemed like funeral plumes, and the old house itself a hearse, in the hazy light of the dull December night.
  • hesse Her unmarried sisters, Princesses Helena, Louise, and Beatrice, and the bridegroom's only sister, Princess Anna of Hesse, were the bridesmaids.
  • hoarse Presently he heard hoarse, gasping sounds.
  • horse Wasn't that just splendid in him, getting his horse back!
  • horsey Horses and horsey men bored her.
  • hose Lambertsen soon made his appearance with the doublet, trunk-hose, and shoes of a bricklayer, together with trowel and measuring-rod.
  • house You have been to the house, Hubert?
  • parse But, in fact, no pronoun, not even the word what, has any double construction of cases from a real or absolute necessity; but merely because, the noun being suppressed, yet having a representative, we choose rather to understand and parse its representative doubly, than to supply the ellipsis.
  • Has No; he has got one.
  • Hers Barbara's eyes met hers.
  • Haws Nay, in hard times, when no corn is to be had, poor people must be prepared to make bread of dried quinces, medlars, elderberries, hips and haws, and fungus, while the clergy and people of quality must be content with honey bread, maize bread, or even oil cakes.
  • Hairs Its color is a yellowish-brown, a little darker than a yellow fox, with a number of long black hairs.
  • hares The spirit further informed the poet that the forests of the Low Countries-so long infested by brigands, wood-beggars, and malefactors of all kinds-would thenceforth swarm with "nymphs, rabbits, hares, and animals of that nature."
  • hears What does he do when he hears that his aunt has been murdered?
  • HaaS Haas, Abraham, 230, 425, 537; -, Baruch & Co., 367, 425, 595
  • hoarser His nape and crest are both scarlet and he utters a hoarser squeak than either the downy or the hairy.
  • unstriking

32 words made from the letters harse

3 letter words made from harse:

ash, are, sha, sea, ras, esr, res, era, ear.

4 letter words made from harse:

5 letter words made from harse:

hears, share, hares, sehra, shaer, hesar, shear, saher.

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