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  • body We hold that what our Saviour said simply He meant simply: as we do in the sacred mystery of His Body and Blood.
  • cody For the love of a really bad boy Sissy felt she could have sacrificed much-for a fellow quite out of the pale, a bold, wicked pirate of a boy who would say "Darn," and even smoke a cigarette; a daredevil, whose people could do nothing with him; a fellow with a swagger and a droop to his eyelid and something deliciously sinister in his lean, firm jaw and saucy black eye-a boy like Jack Cody, for instance, for whom a whole world of short-skirted femininity divided itself naturally into two classes: just girls-and Split Madigan.
  • eddy I thought "deadly eddy" sounded like Illiteration, or something you shouldn't do, in the Rhetoric Books, but Jerry was much excited over his description.
  • handy "Better have it handy, though I don't think we'll need it yet.
  • hard He is very hard-up, you know.
  • hardy Moreover, they were needed to develop the South, while in the trade, the hardy and daring sailors were trained, who in time would make the American navy the great power of the deep.
  • head "You must put this idea out of your head.
  • heady How he seemed sometimes, in his pictures of places familiar to Hugh-such, for instance, as the drawing of Malham Cove-to miss, by his heady violence, all the real, the essential charm of the place.
  • heed One should never heed the talk of mad people."
  • herd He was larger than any of the herd, though still under the size of an English horse.
  • heyday And then he lifted up his hands in astonishment at the folly which had been committed by a marriage under such circumstances-as wise men will do in the decline of years, when young people in the heyday of youth have not been wise.
  • hide Did the men mean to harm him-put him to death, perhaps, to hide the living witness of their crime?
  • hoard I perceived that the old man's eyes twinkled at the bare mention of gold, and I drew from my sash five-and-twenty sequins, which I had separated from my hoard, with the intention of offering it.
  • hod "Sure, we got him," agreed Hod indifferently.
  • hold It was a question, however, whether my horse would hold out so long.
  • holy A Prayer to the Holy Spirit 196 Holy Spirit, come with light.
  • hood And Kitty joyfully ran for her hood and shawl.
  • hoodoo Once, under cover of conversation the others were making, he leaned toward Gage and muttered: Merriwell is my hoodoo.
  • hooey
  • hoot
  • horde
  • hot
  • hotly
  • howdah
  • howdy
  • hud
  • hued
  • odd
  • shoddy
  • soddy
  • todd
  • toddy
  • Had They had loved him.
  • Hid So Sir Balin and Sir Balan hid themselves within the wood, and at midnight came out from their ambush among the leaves by the highway, and waited for the king, whom presently they heard approaching with his company.
  • Hied When it came to choosing tent-mates, Daly was left a widow, for even Rassmussen the Swede-"Rouse mit 'em der sweet"-the worst reprobate that ever wore a uniform, refused to pair with him; so he hied himself to the nearest escort wagon and slept under it.
  • Hoed The "weed trees" should be cut down, just as the weeds are hoed out of a field of corn, in order that the surviving trees may make better growth.
  • Noddy
  • Jody
  • Hyde
  • hoods Hooded cloaks were used outdoors and hoods were used for sun or wind.
  • HONDA Finding the place unsuited for a settlement, he went farther westward and attempted a colony at Bahia Honda, building there a fortress and huts for his people.
  • HODS And then thar came Billy the Kid, he envied Hodsie's wealth, He told old Hods to leave the town, 'twould be better for his health; Old Hodsie took the hint and got, but he carried all his wealth.
  • he'd And he'd come through here!
  • in-taking

9 words made from the letters hoddy

3 letter words made from hoddy:

doh, odd, hod, hoy, hyo, dod.

4 letter words made from hoddy:

yodh, oddy, dydo.

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