Correct spelling for HEALH
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Possible correct spellings for healh
- hale Was mightily delighted when I told him how happy and hale you have always been here.
- half Here the lady half turned round, and made with each cry of "help!"
- hall Here we were standing in the great hall, where we had been told to come, and no one to meet us.
- halo You may imagine my delight at seeing her-"the Goddess of Song," the idol of my youth-about whom still hung a halo.
- halt King let him ride twenty paces before calling to him to halt.
- heal I shall recover: such wounds heal more than they harm.
- healed "It didn't hurt-much-before-and it's all healed-now," she said, smiling up at him; "didn't your mother ever 'kiss the place to make it well' when you were a little boy, and didn't it always work like a charm?
- healer As in a picture, framed by the window, they saw the kneeling figures, the Healer standing with outstretched arms.
- health "Come here to keep store for his health.
- healthy It remains fine only with the healthy.
- heath The protecting fence enclosed a good bit of the heath just as it was, so that the wilderness melted away into the heath, and into the wide moor-the fence, though contrived so as to be difficult to cross, being so low that one had to look for it.
- heel Remember London's 'Iron Heel?
- held "For thee I brought them," she said, as she held them out to Vedder.
- hello " Hello," he called, "get me the First National Bank."
- helm Then the captain straightened the helm again.
- help You don't want anyone's help.
14 words made from the letters healh
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