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Possible correct spellings for heald

  • Heals
  • A rather surprising and unexplained situation occurs frequently when the wound-surface heals more rapidly than the ideal curve would indicate; in this event secondary ulcers develop which bring the curve back to normal....

  • Haloed(Definition of Haloed)
  • With one arm guarding the little bundle in her lap, dividing her attention between it and the porridge she was making, she sat, a living embodiment of david's vision, silhouetted against and haloed by the red fire, softened by the blue, obscuring smoke-wreaths that slowly circled in great rings and then swept up the wide, overarching chimney.

  • Halo(Definition of halo)
  • He could see himself as large with the noose round his neck as in coronet or halo; and though this inward and spiritual temper may be far from rare, there had been no one to kick out of him its outward and visible expression.

  • Herald(Definition of herald)
  • Amid the sweet delights of sunshine, room, air, grass, trees, flowers, music, and the precious stores of an old library, every now and then she would all at once imagine herself a herald that had turned aside into the garden of the enchantress.

  • Hilda
  • Hilda wade looked up at me with a sympathetic glance.

  • Hold(Definition of hold)
  • Ay, let them come-let them come while i hold you!

  • Hall(Definition of hall)
  • They passed into the store room, and so out into the hall.

  • Heat(Definition of heat)
  • Peggy danced along the road in spite of the heat, for it was a happy thing to be alive.

  • Hale(Definition of hale)
  • "well, it was all right up to that point, but the end didn't help me in shaping the future of running elk, for his father was hale, hearty, and contented, and promised to hang on in that condition as long as we gave him his allowance of beef on issue day.

  • Haled
  • I had cut my knuckles against the pale young gentleman's teeth, and i twisted my imagination into a thousand tangles, as i devised incredible ways of accounting for that damnatory circumstance when i should be haled before the judges.

  • Halt(Definition of halt)
  • He ordered the waggons to halt, that i might give lily over to my mother.

  • Helot(Definition of helot)
  • Little by little, he had become to his wife so indulgent and so affectionate, that the poor helot felt her heart touched.

  • Heeled(Definition of Heeled)
  • Why do you work in high-heeled boots?

  • Lead(Definition of lead)
  • Then he was up and taking a good long lead in response to the appeals of thurlow back of third.

  • Heel(Definition of heel)
  • She turned on her heel like a soldier and marched from the room.

  • Heed(Definition of heed)
  • Once or twice ida had repeated her mysterious hints as to winona and trespassing, but, obsessed by the fever of new and strong emotions, she had paid little heed.

  • Heard(Definition of heard)
  • She had not heard him.

  • Healed
  • The face i could not see, but i distinguished the attitude and gesture, and i knew 't was he that healed me.

  • Held(Definition of held)
  • "oh, marie, 'tis your voice has ever held us back.

  • Hauled
  • We hauled him out and then started to dive again.

  • Holed(Definition of holed)
  • Having decided to test all possible theories, she for the moment pigeon-holed the idea of a mistake, and began to seek for other explanations.

  • Herd(Definition of herd)
  • The produce of the herd and the farm helped to furnish forth the table.

  • Hal
  • Hal, who could criticise unerringly, with direct, outspoken humour,and yet scorn to judge; who had learnt, by some strange instinct, the precious art of holding out a friendly hand and generous friendship, even to those condemned of the orthodox, sufferers probably through their own wild and foolish actions, without in any way becoming besmirched herself, or losing her own inherent freshness and purity.

  • He'll
  • He'll make a-of her, if he han't did it a'ready."

  • Hailed
  • As they stepped out of the car opposite "the safe" a taxicab drew up and mr carlyle's alert and cheery voice hailed them.

  • He'd
  • He'd tell you sooner than peter!

  • Had(Definition of Had)
  • 196. was that because you had not wool of your own?

  • Hard(Definition of hard)
  • Work very hard for nothing.

  • Heal(Definition of heal)
  • It seems to me a very beautiful and wonderful life that is opening up before me, always to help, to give, to heal.

  • Head(Definition of head)
  • Well, you have eyes in your head, i know; where could they have been looking?

  • Heady(Definition of heady)
  • She took my hand, and gave it a good, heady shake.

  • Healer(Definition of healer)
  • A whisper grew that laura was in love with the faith healer.

38 words made from the letters heald

3 letter words made from heald:

adh, lah, lea, hel, ade, ale, led, eld, dah, lad, dle, dal, hdl.

4 letter words made from heald:

ehad, dahl, aleh, head, lehd, deal, leda, hela, hald, held, dale, eldh, heal, edah, lade, hael, lahd, deah, hale, lead, dhal.

5 letter words made from heald:

halde, daleh, dahle, deahl.
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