How to spell HOASUE correctly?

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  • haste "Give the word,-and make all haste.
  • haze The westering sun filled the air with a golden haze, and enriched the land with soft rich shadows.
  • hearse She remembered, too, how Rab had borne her to the Kirk, to be married to Angus Grey; and she thought of three other Sundays when he had carried her and her baby to the christening; and of yet one other time, when he had drawn slowly away from her door a hearse, whereon lay the beloved husband and father.
  • hoarse An' here comes the reason," exclaimed Jim, in low, hoarse whisper.
  • horse To Chateldon and back, 1 horse, 15 frs.
  • horsey On that occasion Mr. Horsey, of Northampton, read the Scriptures and prayed, and Mr. Edwards, of the same place, delivered the funeral oration.
  • hose Ordinary water just as it comes from the pipes is commonly used and is applied by means of a spray nozzle attached to a hose.
  • hosea When Hosea returned, he must find him ready for departure.
  • hosier Why, you see a merchant now, or a shop-keeper, that kens the science of the world, always looks upon an oath at a custom-house, or behind a counter, only as an oath in business, a thing of course, a mere thing of course, that has nothing to do with religion;-and just so it is at an election:-for instance now-I am a candidate, pray observe, and I gang till a periwig-maker, a hatter, or a hosier, and I give ten, twenty, or thraty guineas for a periwig, a hat, or a pair of hose; and so on, thro' a majority of voters;-vary weel;-what is the consequence?
  • house Could this be her uncle's house?
  • Has What, sir, has he told?
  • hoes It is more like a northerly extension of tropical Hackbau, as the Germans call those forms of plant-raising which dispense with plough and spade, and employ only mattocks or hoes, which are little more than earth-chopping celts.
  • HaaS C. Bendire 492 Dr. Willis De Haas 490 G. H. Hurlbut 508-510 Edward Palmer 483-489 from Cherokee Indians 433-489 Arkansas: Carson Lake township 468 Chiokasawha mound 469 Lawrenceville 486 Menard mound 447 Mounds at Arkansas Post 476 Pecan Point 469, 470 Pemiscott mound 468 Georgia 506 Indiana 506 Missouri 495-509 North Carolina 434, 437 Ohio mounds 490-491 Oregon 492-494 Peru, South America 508-510 Tennessee: Newport 438 Junction of Pigeon and French Broad Rivers 440 Jefferson County 463-468 Roane County 457-462 Sevier County 442-456 Wisconsin 506 articles of animal substances 437, 453, 458, 460, 467 clay 434, 443, 456, 463, 469, 471-475, 476, 479-485, 487, 488, 491, 495-507 metal 446, 485 shell 437, 446, 452-456, 458, 461, 466 stone 431, 442, 453, 457, 465, 470,478, 490, 492 vegetal substances 435
  • HOS [50] After the remarks of Dindorf and Paley, it seems that the above must be the sense, whether we read [Greek: hon] with Hermann, or take [Greek: hos] for [Greek: e hos] with the above mentioned editor.
  • hoarser His voice had grown hoarser and more spent with the inevitable reaction after the long and sustained effort, but the vigour of the spirit was untouched, the fervour, the enthusiasm.

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