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  • deaden When they follow on foot the trackers wear leather aprons too, in order to deaden the sound made by their passage through the resisting undergrowth.
  • eden The Lord sent him forth from the garden of Eden to cultivate the ground.
  • harden I told my staff that they must harden their hearts even to good short stories and good essays, as we had already accepted enough stuff to carry us on for three or four months.
  • haydn But whereas her husband had died at the age of thirty-eight, her new lover Haydn was fifty-nine when she met him.
  • headed "If I should follow this business until I am gray-headed I don't think I should ever again have so narrow an escape," said Marcy to himself, as he too went below to take a little needed rest.
  • header Billy declared that he would like a swim too, if he could take a header off the veranda into deep water; but as to walking down to the cove in that heat-no; much as he would enjoy a dip he wasn't prepared to undergo that amount of exertion to get it.
  • heading By heading westward they believed they would sooner get beyond the wasted territory.
  • hearten Verily it seemed as if a kind Providence was watching over us, for no sooner were we thus prepared to meet Job Lord's Tory friends, if perchance it became necessary to give them entrance, when we heard loud voices, as if other visitors had come up, and Archie took me by the hand to hearten himself as well as me, for now did it seem certain a conflict was near at hand.
  • heaven Thank heaven, he had stopped there!
  • hedger Hedger asked, and began to dust his fingers with a handkerchief-which he got out of sight as swiftly as possible.
  • helen Helen, uncle must let me write or go to mamma.
  • herder "But we are going in the bay after huckleberries," said Rose, - "won't you go with us, Mr. Herder?"
  • herding Once more the question rose to perplex her: why had he come, why was he riding about the dale with her, counting sheep, wading in the stream, lifting weir stones, and herding cattle?
  • hidden "I know where it's hidden.
  • hoyden You would scarcely have known the cold-voiced, calm-eyed Miss Monimia, to be the playful, graceful hoyden of five minutes before.
  • leaden The gray clouds hung low in the dull leaden sky until the summits of the hills in the distance were lost among them.
  • leiden In the course of the 16th and 17th centuries the Low Countries for a time became the chief centre of the bookselling world, and many of the finest folios and quartos in our libraries bear the names of Jansen, Blauw or Plantin, with the imprint of Amsterdam, Utrecht, Leiden or Antwerp, while the Elzevirs besides other works produced their charming little pocket classics.
  • madden Madden, the tenor, was weak and uncertain yet, as Swanson remarked, "He can't sing much, but he is a glutton for punishment."
  • midden The pail closet system was one of several methods of waste disposal in common use in the 19th century, others of which were the privy midden system, the pail system, and the dry-earth system.
  • redden He argues brilliantly on the subject, yet I need only look at him to upset his thesis, to make him stammer and redden.
  • ridden Ridden from home this morning?
  • sadden There, on the eastern shore, all were in eager pursuit of labor or recreation, stirred by pleasure or by grief, active in deed and speech: here, in the west, little was spoken, a spell seemed to check the footsteps of the wanderer, a pale hand to sadden the bright glance of every eye, and to banish the smile from every lip.
  • sodden Therefore, spreading my sodden waterproof on the ground, I deposited in it my tunic, shoes and now half-empty pack.
  • sudden "It's come on me all of a sudden," he rejoined.
  • Bidden "Two cablegrams for you, sir," said the waiter, when I had bidden him come in.
  • Headmen And there will be trade, and there will be marriage between the tribes, and no longer will there be three tribes, but only one people and no longer will the headmen and witchmen of the tribes resist the coming of the new schools, and all the young people will attend."
  • Heeded I should deserve to be drawn apart with horses, if I heeded your advice.
  • Heeding "No, no, I tell you," cried Mercer, but the keeper, with a malicious twinkle in his eyes, kept on without heeding him.
  • Herded Yokes of oxen passed slowly to and fro upon the shaded roads, their high, two-wheeled carts loaded to the very top; beside a pond a maiden herded geese; upon a hill a boy lay sleeping, his sheep nibbling the herbage near by.
  • Holden An' here he is callin' hisself Randall Holden.
  • Hayden I can't go back on Hayden.
  • Hardin Judging from what we learned afterward, I think it is safe to say that this Unknown was one of the celebrated Bunker gang of bandits, whose headquarters were on the Iowa River somewhere between Eldora and Steamboat Rock, in Hardin County.
  • hoedown Baroque Hoedown, an original by Jean-Jacques Perrey and Gershon Kingsley, has inspired quite a number of groups.

24 words made from the letters hedden

3 letter words made from hedden:

den, hnd, ded, ene, hen, edd, nee, end.

4 letter words made from hedden:

heen, eden, deed, ende, edeh, heed, dehn, need, edde, hede.

5 letter words made from hedden:

dende, heden, eddeh, ehden, ended, dehne.

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