Correct spelling for HEA

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Possible correct spellings for hea

  • ea Like Henry More, he would have wished to take for a motto 'that generous resolution of Marcus Cicero,-rationem, quo ea me cunque ducet, sequar.
  • ha Ha, Ferrers, how are you?
  • he He couldn't have said it.
  • head She turned her head and saw Mrs. Shiffney and Jonson Ramer sitting in the stalls not far from her.
  • heal "I know," he said, "I learned all I could, and as near as I can put it, it's like this: When you cut your finger, it can heal in two ways.
  • heap "Oh, yes, suh, a heap o' trouble; mo' trouble dan she kin stan' when she knows it.
  • hear "He cannot hear me.
  • heat Don't turn my head more than the heat has.
  • hem Hem-it is very odd!
  • hen As the little hen finished her song, she noticed Little Jack Rabbit by the Old Rail Fence.
  • hep The kettle already sung merrily on the hob, a plateful of most inviting buttered toast was keeping warm within the fender, and Miss Hep.
  • hera Invoke with a shout Dionysus out of whose eyes Breaks fire on the maenads that follow; And Zeus with his flares of quick lightning, and call, Happy Hera, Queen of all, And all the Daimons summon hither to be Witnesses of our revelry And of the noble Peace we have made, Aphrodite our aid.
  • hew "Better hew wood and draw water than attach ourselves devotedly to an art in which we have not the capacity to excel....
  • hex I know for a fact that Otto Scheinberger practiced the white feather hex and passed the power on down to your father.
  • lea The first bit of news she imparted to Mrs. Eastman was that Bessy Houghton had refused Jabez Lea-at least, he didn't come to see her any more.
  • pea He's got a Canuck a-workin' for him, and I'd livser trust a wolf'n one o' them pea-soupers.
  • rhea But Rhea wrapped a great stone in swaddling clothes and gave the stone to Cronos.
  • sea He was utterly at sea.
  • tea I was ashamed not to order tea.
  • thea No doubt the Thea viridis is a much larger and stronger growing plant than the Thea Bohea, or rather the plant now existing in the different plantations is so; but in the former the branches are stiff and erect, and in the latter inclined and branches.
  • yea Our Holy Office is merciful, Master Salkeld, yea, sadly too merciful for my liking.
  • Her Her eyes leapt to his.
  • Hey In hy he gert draw the cleket; And smertly swappyt owt a stane, Ewyn our the sow the stane is gane, And behind it a litill way It fell: and then they cryt, " Hey!"
  • DEA While all authorities agree that the rites employed in the worship of Bona Dea were accompanied in later times by unlicensed conduct on the part of the matrons, history gives no very conclusive proof of the veracity of the accusation.
  • Shea Agriculture - products: cotton, peanuts, shea nuts, sesame, sorghum, millet, corn, rice; livestock
  • HES Hes he hed 'is bath yit?
  • HEB God's Wooing: direct revelation to all-the inner light, John 1:9. Acts 17:26-28. Job 12:10. Psalms 139:1-16.-through nature, Psalms 19:1-6.-in the daily weave of life, Acts 17:28.-"The Lord's at the loom"-a special revelation, Romans 3:2. Deuteronomy 4:8.-in Jesus, Heb.
  • he'd Nugent goes his way and I go mine, but if I ever get a chance at the old man, he'd better look out.

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