Correct spelling for HERLD
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Possible correct spellings for herld
- hard I see hard enough!
- head You may take it into your head to ask why I am here.
- heal If your mother was sick, and I could heal her, I would-I know I would-I wouldn't be afraid to go down into the village.
- healed I no longer Wonder that he hath healed me!
- heard "You heard me say that?
- heed But they gave no heed to her.
- heel Then he turned on his heel, walked quickly into Manderson's room, and rang the bell.
- held Madame held up her hand.
- helot The steps of honour were barred: it was not for him to climb, No glorious goal in the future, no prize for the labour of life, And the fate of him and his people seemed fixed for all coming time To hew the wood of the helot and draw the waters of strife.
- herald On the arch beneath this group are inscribed these lines by Kalidasa: "The moon sinks yonder in the west, while in the east the glorious sun behind the herald dawn appears.
- herd Gazing out through an open window, he watched a group of natives herd a flock of donkeys down toward the main part of the city of Bizerte.
- herod Queen Herodias wanted him to be put to death for he had spoken against her marriage with King Herod.
- hold "I'm willin' enough to hold off, M'lissy, but I hain't got much hope.
- hurl He lifted the little bottle between his finger and thumb, and drew back with his arm extended to the utmost to hurl the little vessel across the road, and right out toward the sea.
- Haled He was commanded again and then dragged from the buggy, clubbed and haled into the police court and fined.
- Heeled On the edge of the platform a row of high-heeled leather sandals stood ranged carefully in a level line, and against the rough wooden rail leaned the slender shafts of the spears belonging to these gentlemen, the broad blades of dulled steel looking very black in the reddening light of approaching sunset.
- Hurled I hurled him against a pillar, and methinks he was killed, and then Nero, in alarm for his life, called in the Praetorians.
- Harold I suppose Harold Wainwright is the man, but I don't much care who he is.
- Hilda When I reached Gloucester Terrace, on this particular afternoon, I found Hilda Wade there before me.
- holed I should stand with him where I had stood before the "hold up" interview, and the play would be pigeon-holed indefinitely.
- he'd I determined to write Alf that he'd become the daddy of a bouncin' baby boy.
- he'll He'll open the way to others."
13 words made from the letters herld
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