Correct spelling for HOARS
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Possible correct spellings for hoars
- hays A literary critic is the kind of fellow who will tell you that Wordsworth's Happy Warrior is a poem of 85 lines composed entirely of two sentences, one of 26 lines and one of 59. What does it matter if Wordsworth wrote sentences almost as long as those of Walt Whitman or Mr. Will H. Hays, if only he wrote a great poem?
- hearse The funeral pomp therefore of Mr. Badman, is to wear upon his hearse the badges of a dishonourable and wicked life; since 'his bones are full of the sin of his youth, which shall lie down,' as Job says, 'with him in the dust.
- hoard It is of great value; these later essays are so many bags of genuine coin, which it has taken a lifetime to hoard; not all gold, but all good, and the fruit of wise industry and economy.
- hoarse His voice was very harsh just then, as if speaking so much had made him hoarse.
- hoary In these Lines we have the Images of a hoary old Man, a vast rocky Mountain, black Clouds, Wind and Rain, Ice and Snow; One shrinks, and shivers, while one reads them: And yet the World affords few better Instances of Poetical Fire; which is as much shewn in describing a Winter-piece, as in describing a Battle, or a Conflagration.
- horse "Your horse seems to be getting impatient," Ruth replied, looking out of the window.
- hours You must take at least seven hours to get there.
- Has But one has too much time to think.
- Hers Only, with his face bent down to hers, he said, "The past is past then?"
- Haws Red haws, green apples, may apples, green chestnuts, in fact, everything that grows which boys devour more greedily before than after maturity, were plentiful in the country around Brownsville.
- Hairs If the very hairs of our head are numbered, then why should we not consult the Father in regard to all our temporal affairs?
- hoards The white man or half-breed from the South hoards up chips and sticks.
- hoes Set to work with the long-handled hoes, and cut a channel through the shallows for fifty yards, and took the vessels forward.
- soars "For that she soars so high above all other creatures," said the lad, "and-and that she never stoops but to conquer."
- hears She hears her grandmother's voice: "Get up!"
- roars And in this place let me set down that the Land was, as it might be said, waked, and unquiet, and a sense of things passing in the night, and of horrid watchfulness; and there were, at this time and at that, low roars that went across the Land.
- heirs Now Miss Inchman's eyes behind her spectacles brightened very much as she looked from Miss Cushing to the other members of the little party who had constituted themselves the heirs of Mrs. Cliff.
- OARS As they neared the point, the hickory oars of the boat were gripped-and out we shot.
34 words made from the letters hoars
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