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  • eel An eel that slips from the hand which strives to hold him.
  • gel Now you git along like a good gel-I got to mike pastry.
  • he And he was nice."
  • heal It would be ridiculous for me to try to heal you with big phrases.
  • heel She swung around on her heel.
  • held They held you up once, Jack, and-" "They won't get a second chance!"
  • helm For I know Our country carries us, and whilst her helm Is held aright we gain good friends and true.
  • help "Yes; you could help it," he said; "but you will not.
  • hem He was the greatest favorite of the king who heaped honors upon him, and the idol of the people who bowed before him in the streets and cast themselves on the ground at his feet to kiss the hem of his garment.
  • hen They are all going to a hen party."
  • hep "I'm dead hep to what he means, 'n' when I'm rigged up like all the rest of the swipes around there, I touches my hat to him whenever he tells me anythin'.
  • hew I have a Durandal to hew the mountain walls; I have a voice for ears, a net for butterflies, a hook for fish, and desperation to plunge into marshes: but the feu follet will not be caught.
  • hex So the Dutchman had died; the hex had worked-a lot sooner than he had expected though.
  • Del The next morning he came to the ruins with Indians, ropes, and candles, and we began immediately with one of those on the platform before the Casa del Gobernador.
  • Her I have known her go as far as Papa Stour, twenty-four miles away, to make these exchanges.
  • Hey Did she give it to you at the first asking, hey?"
  • Hal Hal sprang off het table.
  • Mel When her neighbours remonstrated with her for housing a reprobate, Mrs. Mel would say: 'Dandy is well-fed and well-physicked: there's no harm in Dandy'; by which she may have meant that the food won his gratitude, and the physic reduced his humours.
  • Tel North of Gilead and the Yarmuk was the volcanic plateau of Bashan, Ziri-Basana, or "the Plain of Bashan," as it is termed in the cuneiform tablets of Tel el-Amarna.
  • REL The category Rel consists of all sets (as objects) with binary relations between them (as morphisms).
  • HES Mony a broken hert hes that story bund up, as we ken weel in this Glen; but it's dune a feck o' mischief tae-that gude word o' the Maister.
  • HEB Hence, faith is termed by the apostle a substance and an evidence, Heb.
  • he'd "But that wouldn't have helped, either, really," he went on, "because directly the ten days were up and you hadn't come back he'd have known-" "Hadn't come back?"
  • he'll Oh, he'll be killed!

3 words made from the letters he'l

3 letter words made from he'l:

hel, 'el, 'eh.

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