Correct spelling for HEADQ
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Possible correct spellings for headq
- head Hermione turned her head away.
- headed The ship is then headed toward the game, coming to about a mile away.
- header No, not this time; I'd rather take a header into the Thames any day, and I don't believe Glen has gone, after all.
- heady Then he fell to thinking of London and the sweets that he meant to taste, the heady wine of youth and life that he meant to drain to the lees.
- heard I heard from Claude Heath to-day.
- heart You have that by heart?"
- heat Through the brown heat which quivered above the ruins I could see out into the country.
- heed But you will heed?
- herd Let not your eager efforts prove You are the beast-herd he would bid you be!
- Had And she had been sure that Mrs. Shiffney meant to know Heath.
- Heidi But Heidi cried out, "No, no, Peter, you must not strike her; see how frightened she is!"
- heads "That's right, my dear, so you shall, and two heads are better than one.
- heeds Genius is the worst quality a public man can have nowadays: nobody heeds it, and everybody is jealous of it.
- heats If he be allowed to be on the lap, it only heats him and makes him restless.
- herds There was very little money in the colony, and the settlers carried on a legitimate system of barter by which they exchanged with each other their grain and herds.
- he'd He'd have broken away, gone his own direction, long ago but for that fear.
8 words made from the letters headq
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