Correct spelling for HEARTACE

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Possible correct spellings for heartace

  • harte This employment I assume to myself with regard to your little republic, leaving the legislative power entirely to Mr. Harte; I hope, and believe, that he will seldom, or rather never, have occasion to exert his supreme authority; and I do by no means suspect you of any faults that may require that interposition.
  • headache Had never had headache.
  • hearsay But for all this, most of the children invited contrived to read these words, and those who could not do so were not slow to learn the news by hearsay.
  • hearse After the deliverance of her mind on the snobbishness of poor people in the use of the hearse, she continued: 'It'll noan be so long afore they've to carry me, Mr. Penrose.
  • heart Great-heart:-We shall be out by and by.
  • heartache She said she would repeat them with great pleasure; and that though they might appear to be mere child's play, they were of sovereign virtue to preserve from the heartache and dizziness of the head.
  • hearten It was he who had cut her cables, quelled, for a time at least, her mutineers; and sought to hearten those of her little crew who wavered, who shrank back appalled as they realized something of the immensity of the conflict in which her destiny was to be wrought out.
  • hearts Then with kisses, thanks and all the good wishes that happy hearts could imagine, the guests drove away, to remember long and gratefully that pleasant country Christmas.
  • heartsick And the final heartsick line, "Don't you suppose they have pretty much quit writing at home?"
  • hearty Well, the old jokes always bring a hearty laugh.
  • hertz Hertz: Our statesmen are wise.
  • horace Horace put out his hand and we shook heartily.
  • Hearties "Now, my noble hearties," he began, "we will open this auction by offering to your impartial competition a very superior pair of old boots;" and so saying, he dangled aloft one clumsy cowhide cylinder, almost as large as a fire bucket, as a specimen of the complete pair.
  • heats In the torrid heats of the dog- days, therefore, the lime-threads, but for special provisions, would be liable to dry up, to shrivel into stiff and lifeless filaments.
  • heartaches An Oriole girl now came to the fore as chairman of the spirit committee, as it was called, and made known that a thorough investigation had brought to light many evil spirits that had dominated certain members of the camp at intervals, not only hindering the development of character, but causing discomfort and a few heartaches among their mates.
  • HARTS Thirty measures of fine flour, and threescore measures of other meal; an hundred baths of different wines; ten fat oxen, and twenty oxen out of the pastures, and three hundred sheep, not counting harts and roebucks, and fallowdeer, and fatted fowl,-all this, passing through the hands of twelve officers, went daily for the table of Solomon, as well as for his court, his retinue, and his guard.
  • heartier "You chaps might be a bit heartier with the chorus," he put in.

189 words made from the letters heartace

3 letter words made from heartace:

crt, eat, aec, ret, car, cer, eta, art, are, eec, hat, het, ert, arc, rat, tee, hrt, ter, tea, trh, era, ara, ate, thc, act, cat, tar, ace, tec, ect, ear, etc, aar.

4 letter words made from heartace:

5 letter words made from heartace:

creta, caret, erech, acree, thare, cerae, ather, athar, ratha, taher, hater, archt, achar, chert, carte, recht, arete, athea, chatr, teche, harte, ecrha, heare, cheer, etche, arcae, there, reche, ratae, reata, hatra, raahe, recta, harat, crete, tacha, carat, crate, chara, arcee, haret, tarea, hatae, ratch, caere, reeth, cater, areca, terce, acter, trace, react, reath, certa, acher, theca, erath, trece, ratee, harae, heart, arach, tahar, ahart, heter, rahat, ehret, chaat, artec, cerat, ecthr, chart, teach, retch, arhat, harta, reate, cheta, erect, ereth, reech, thrae, cheat, earth, eathe, rethe, eetch, teera, thara, teare, reach, ether, achat, atcha, eater, three, ecaha, aceae.

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