Correct spelling for HIOLD

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Possible correct spellings for hiold

  • child Come, child, it's time I took you home.
  • held But something held him.
  • helot Devoid of hope, devoid of fear, Half brigand, and half cavalier- This helot, with imperial grace, Wears ever on his tawny face A sad, defiant look of pain.
  • hill Go back, and tell A. P. Hill to press right on.
  • hilt They came out smoking twopenny cigars whose strength was remarkable for their age, and before they parted Mr. Chase was pledged to the hilt to do all that he could to save Mrs. Teak from the vice of avarice.
  • hod "Ye should have kilt the dawg, stead o' keepin' him," Hod spoke up as he dumped a sack of mash into a tub.
  • hold You can hold it over me; you can blackmail me, if you wish!
  • holder Holder is translated by Tennant.
  • holy O holy Child of Bethlehem!
  • hood Little Red Riding- Hood got out of the motor when she came to the park, telling the chauffeur she would walk the rest of the way.
  • old Come on, old boy!
  • Haled And to be haled out to talk about Public Sanitation forsooth!
  • Haloed For so in such misshapen shape The vision came to me, Where such titanian dolphins dark Roll in a sunset sea: Dark with dense colours, strange and strong As terrible true love, Haloed like fish in phospher light The holy monsters move.
  • Hid In 1893 they hid away most of the firearms they possessed, hoping to use them again.
  • Hied When they finally grew tired of flower-hunting they pushed their way to a level space in the open on the edge of the woods, where knapsacks, frying-pans, pots, and all such camping utensils were hastily thrown on the grass, and the girls hied themselves to the spring to wash their heated cheeks and rearrange their tangled tresses.
  • Hoed And he was profoundly sorry for her; she'd had a beastly hard row to hoe, and had hoed it well.
  • Holt But two plunges at the right of the Southby line were stopped for scant gain and, with Martin back, a forward pass to Holt missed that youth and fell plump into the hands of a Southby end, and it was Southby's ball on her eight yards when the dust of battle had cleared away.
  • Howled The prisoner howled enough then, I warrant.
  • Harold And row by row, line by line, all the multitude shouted forth, "We choose thee, O Harold, for lord and king."
  • Hilda On the day after her eighth birthday, the birthday itself being a treat and a holiday, Rosalie began to do lessons with Hilda.
  • holds On board you draw me a map o' th' rooms an' where Thomas Webb holds out.
  • hailed We were hailed with enthusiasm.
  • holed He handed over his diminutive holed coins as though they were all he had in the world.
  • hole Each consists of a long rectangular chamber with only one cover-slab, that being at the west end. In a well-known example of this type at Kosseir there is a hole in one of the two uprights which support the cover.

19 words made from the letters hiold

4 letter words made from hiold:

3 letter words made from hiold:

oil, ido, doh, ilo, hod, lid, dol, old, hdl, iod.

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