Correct spelling for HEK

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Possible correct spellings for hek

  • he "Well; no harm is done," he said.
  • heck Say, Bud, where in heck did you get that outfit?
  • hem "I think I must buy some handkerchiefs for her to hem," she said to Gustave; "it will be quite dreadful for her to have nothing to do all day long."
  • hen "We can give the hen mamma a ride on our boat.
  • hep "An dat ain't all dere is to it, nuther! Mike, he's gone duck shootin' to-day an 'spects to bring back several brace of ducks to hep out on de turkeys," said Cookee, grinning at the way he gave away Mike's secrets for Christmas dinner.
  • hew Admiral Purvis, who was junior to Admiral Collingwood, was authorized to control the operations of Sir Arthur, while Wellesley himself had scarcely sailed when Sir Hew Dalrymple was appointed to the chief command of the forces, Sir Harry Burrard was appointed second in command, and Sir Arthur Wellesley was reduced to the fourth rank in the army that he had been sent out to command, two of the men placed above him being almost unknown, they never having commanded any military force in the field.
  • hex It is situated on the Hex river, a tributary of the Limpopo.
  • Eek Thou drowe in scorn Cupyde eek to record Of thilke rebel word that thou hast spoken, For which he wol no lenger be thy lord.
  • Her He eyed her reflectively.
  • Hey No-no-business bring in my sister's name, hey?
  • HES Besides, hes quite right: my poor father had asked for his usual five pounds; and John gave him a hundred in his big way.
  • HEB Here he hath no continuing city, but he seeks one to come, Heb.
  • he'd It was too late, then, to get the other story I had been after, and I had ceased to care much about it, anyhow; and then, when I was ready to leave, out came the chauffeur, and he said, if I didn't mind, he'd ride part of the way back with me.

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