Correct spelling for HAZ

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Possible correct spellings for haz

  • az Whi iz it that we despize the man who puts himself in our power, and are quite az apt to respekt him just in proporshun az he iz out of our reach.
  • ha Ha, most meditative Jacques!
  • hag On scrutinizing the features of the hag, I at last succeeded in recollecting who she was; she was the woman to whom I had taken Mdlle.
  • haj Met at Haj Ibrahim's a Shereef of Mourzuk, who pretends he is going to Soudan.
  • ham Ate a big dinner of ham an' boiled dumplings, an' him an' Hiram was in the west field.
  • han I ordered our swoopers, of which we had five, to sweep along above these ridges and destroy the Han batteries.
  • hap She had candles brought to her, and sitting down, she wrote a note to Owen Fitzgerald, saying that she herself would call at Hap House at an hour named on the following day.
  • hat Father, put on your hat; the dews are falling, and you are not as young as you used to be.
  • haw Time dragged slowly on until after nine o'clock, when a faint "hee-haw" in the far distance gave us the first hint that the train was over the divide and that the unfailing scent of the mules had recognized the vicinity of water.
  • hay The little, beacon at the head of the pier had suddenly loomed out of the fog not fifty yards away-a very needle in a pottle of hay, which the cunning of the pilot had found.
  • haze But when finally he was lost for an instant in the general bright haze of the company, and she could not be quite sure after that which was he, then indeed the eyelids fluttered in a kind of despair.
  • hazy There were neither leaves nor roses on them now and Mary did not know whether they were dead or alive, but their thin gray or brown branches and sprays looked like a sort of hazy mantle spreading over everything, walls, and trees, and even brown grass, where they had fallen from their fastenings and run along the ground.
  • hz Hx = 0, Hy = 0 , Hz = avc^(-1) cos n(t - xv^{-1} + l) (16)
  • Had "Yes, Mrs. Claybourne, I had.
  • Has Father has a way with him, you know.
  • Hal Hal shrugged her shoulders.

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