Correct spelling for HARTFELT
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Possible correct spellings for hartfelt
- hartford It is natural to imagine that he did not try to undeceive them; he was entered in Hart-Hall, now Hartford-College, where he resided till he took his degree of master of arts in the year 1691. Dr. Swift's uncle, on whom he had placed his chief dependance, dying in the Revolution year, he was supported chiefly by the bounty of Sir William Temple, to whose lady he was a distant relation.
- hateful There, they had been completely happy-at least she thought so now-until that hateful woman had taken her husband from her.
- heartfelt Even Jim and yourself have not grieved with more heartfelt sorrow for that dear life that has been lost than I have in my banishment.
- hotfoot I followed, rifle in hand, and we sped hotfoot across the stump-lot and out upon the hill.
- hurtful They are good or bad, useful or hurtful, weak or powerful, kind or cruel.
- Hurtled To her came at regularly spaced intervals the faint whining of the saws and the rumble of log- trains crawling out on the log-dumps; high over the piles of bright, freshly sawed lumber she caught from time to time the flash of white spray as the great logs tossed from the trucks, hurtled down the skids, and crashed into the Bay.
- Hatfield John Scott, the Quaker poet, lived at Amwell; Lee, the dramatist, was born at Hatfield.
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