How to spell HHOUSE correctly?

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  • hoarse And the young man began to sing in a weak, hoarse voice.
  • horse I never saw her look as pretty as she is now, and she has her horse too.
  • horsey Meanwhile, the horsey pundit's offered odds seemed not so wisely laid.
  • horus Psamtik assumed the posture of a worshipper on the low, gilded and cushioned couch set apart for him, but was unable to pay any real devotion, and passed on to the adjoining apartment before mentioned, where the sacred cows of Isis-Neith and the sparrow-hawk of Horus were kept.
  • hose If the engine and hose-cart and two carriages bearing members of the volunteer fire department had been slow in arriving, at least the fire-fighters got to work expeditiously and with surprisingly little confusion.
  • hosea But Hosea had no thought of revenge.
  • hothouse I brought a tiny bunch of lilies of the valley, which Louis had gathered in the all-producing hothouse.
  • hours Ten hours, if you like!
  • house The house to me was a kind of wilderness.
  • hus A glance at the streets on that day shows you groups of wayfarers carrying wreaths, and they converge on the square outside the Old Town Hall where stands the monument to John Hus.
  • rehouse Some people are choosing to reshouse instead of rebuild after the storm.
  • Houses Few houses only had windows.
  • HHS 113–157) is a bill that would amend the Public Health Service Act to reauthorize research, surveillance, and education activities related to autism spectrum disorders (autism) conducted by various agencies within the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
  • hoes This they take to the fields with them, and prepare it for eating, by holding it on their hoes, over a fire made by a stump.
  • HOS Horunc hic nunc causa haec agitur spectatorum fabula: Hos te satius est docere ut, quando agas, quid agas sciant.
  • hoses The hoses are laid, the pumps rigged and manned as if by magic, and before the last sound of the bell is borne away on the breeze, every man is at quarters, steady, grave, and silent-waiting.

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