How to spell HOWSE correctly?

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  • dowse 'Every man to his charge! Dowse your topsail to salute him for the sea! Hail him with a noise of trumpets!'
  • hawser On the 28th, in the morning, having but very little wind, and observing the ship to drive to the southward, in order to stop her, I dropped a kedge-anchor, with an eight-inch hawser bent to it.
  • hesse The modern form of the word Catti is Hesse, and the principality of Hesse is their old locality.
  • hoarse A handsome and very happy looking woman came to the door, and stilled the little one's boisterous proclamation to the hoarse whisper of, "A lady!
  • horse With 1 horse, 300 frs.
  • horsey He now sprang up with the wild energy that was his peculiar characteristic, and flinging the door wide-open with a crash that shook the whole framework of the berth, stood face to face with Dan Horsey.
  • hose Little girls should learn to knit and to sew, Then if to womanhood they ever grow, Their hose they can knit and make their own dress, And pathway of life for others they bless.
  • hosea Here he himself experienced a specimen of the selfish craft of which the Egyptians accused his people, and which certainly did not attract him, Hosea, to them.
  • house That was all the house.
  • howe Burgoyne himself returned to England, burning with anger against Howe and the North Ministry.
  • Haws Red haws have been recorded as nest trees of horned owls, yellow-billed cuckoos, cardinals, and fox squirrels.
  • hoes At other times while the great poet was singing his sweetest songs, we would seize his ancient roosters by their tails, and while they were making night hideous with their lamentations, the angry couple would bombard the hen-roosts with shovels, hoes and other weapons in the hope of slaughtering the marauders.
  • HOS [97] This is the force of the [Greek: hos]: it leaves it open whether the idea has reality answering to it or not.
  • HEWS He hews with his axe at the mast, Till it falls, with the sails overcast, Like a snow-covered pine in the vast Dim forests of Orkadale.

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