Correct spelling for HJARD
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Possible correct spellings for hjard
- card He pulled out a card.
- guard He staggered, and dropped his guard, but Glenning did not follow up.
- haggard He noted that his host seemed ill at ease, that his face was drawn and haggard, and that his eyes were big and staring.
- hand There's something in his hand!"
- hard Not quite so hard, please!
- hardy And here's John Hardy with his maps!
- hark Isabella, whose back was turned to the picture, saw not the motion, nor knew whence the sound came, but started, and said - " Hark, my Lord!
- hart Caterina had been questioned by Dr Hart, and had answered briefly that she found Anthony lying in the Rookery.
- hazard "Many games," said old Iagoo, "Many games of skill and hazard Have I seen in different nations, Have I played in different countries.
- head "Why-out of my own head.
- heard "Yes; have you not heard?
- heart "In your heart you know it is so.
- herd Of these I saw several in the herd.
- hoard As soon as the smith was roused from sleep by the boy's knock and recognized his voice, he knew what was coming, and silently listened to the lad's confessions, while he himself hurriedly yet carefully took out his hidden hoard, filled a bag with the most necessary articles, thrust his lightest hammer into his belt, and poured water on the glimmering coals.
- howard And, finally, I desire to thank Howard E. Coffin, Esq.
- Had She had not heard it before.
- harked The woman in her was very primitive-a creature that harked back to the raw sensations of the jungle-and nothing less than sheer brutality on Abel's part could free her from the charm of the young clergyman's unconscious cruelty.
12 words made from the letters hjard
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