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Correct spelling for HEEP

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Possible correct spellings for heep

  • beep " Beep, nine," the signal sounded.
  • cheep The chicken-bearer's dignified progress, "cheep, cheep, cheep," across the Common and Public Gardens and through the Back Bay section, afforded her a new gauge for testing human nature.
  • deep "I am afraid he is deep," said the doctor, thoughtfully.
  • heap "Well, let's get down to business," he said with quick decision, and spread a heap of papers before his eyes.
  • heed And I lay down there, just as I did be, and with no proper heed to my safety.
  • heel He took the hand, pressed it hard, once; dropped it abruptly; turned on his heel and walked away, without looking back.
  • help Well, after all, she can't help that.
  • hemp Dined at our chamber, where W. Bowyer with us, and after much simple talk with him, I left him, and to my office, where all the afternoon busy till 9 at night, among other things improving my late experiment at Woolwich about hemp.
  • hep Additionally, the band name of " Hep Alien" is an anagram of "Helen Pai".
  • jeep Had he gone any faster the jeep would have tipped over on some unexpected corner.
  • keep " Keep off with you!
  • peep The stars began to peep above the peaks and ridges, and the mountains of the Past moved nearer.
  • seep Nadda lets the sensuous tempos of Cairo life seep into Juliettes system, and ours.
  • sheep Europe cannot allow a people to be seized like a flock of sheep.
  • weep Why do you weep, dear?
  • Heep In the cell next to mine was a prison genius named Heep, who was one of the most singular characters I ever met. As I shall have occasion to speak of him frequently, I may as well give here a sketch of his life as related to me by himself.
  • VEEP His paternal grandfather was Sir John Trevelyan, 4th Baronet (see Trevelyan baronets for earlier history of the family) an old ethnically Cornish family originating from St Veep, Cornwall.

2 words made from the letters heep

3 letter words made from heep:

pee, hep.

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