Correct spelling for HRLY

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  • dryly He added dryly: "But then you always were hard to please.
  • hale Joseph was an old man, very old, though hale and sinewy.
  • haley The chronicles, speaking by the pen of a fair islander, say old Mr. Haley, in building a wall, turned over a large flat stone, beneath which lay four bars of solid silver; with which, adds tradition, he began his sea mole.
  • hall On into the great hall the people went.
  • halo That he held the heart of the fair girl opposite him was revealed by every glance, and Graham's heart ached with a pain hard to endure, as he watched for a moment the exquisite outlines of her face, her wide, low brow with its halo of light-colored hair that was in such marked contrast with the dark and lustrous eyes, now veiled by silken lashes as she looked downward intent on the game, now beaming with the very spirit of mirth and mischief as she looked at her opponents, and again softening in obedience to the controlling law of her life as she glanced half shyly from time to time at the great bearded man on the other side of the table.
  • haply She showed Phil into a comfortable little place, fixed a price that suited his scanty purse, collected a month's rent on the spot-lest haply Phil might run into temptation by having that much more money in his possession-and left the newcomer to his own devices.
  • hardly "I hardly think that's necessary.
  • harry But, Harry, that's nonsense, you know.
  • hill Do you know the top of the hill?
  • hilly However much the more northerly streams might hold to the northward and westward, whilst in the hilly country, I felt assured, that as soon as they gained the depressed interior, they would double round to the southward, and thus disappoint the explorer.
  • holey "Not for clothes flung down in rings all over the floor like when a trout's been rising? Nor for trousers left standing there like a pair of opera-glasses-or concertinas? Braces all tangled up on the gas-bracket? Overcoat and boots crushing your new hat on the bed? Seventeen holey socks for you to mend? All odd ones-for you to sort--"
  • holly "She scourged herself with branches of juniper and holly, then poured vinegar into her wounds, and sprinkled them with salt, she slept in winter on the snow, in summer on bunches of nettles, or pebbles, or brushes, put drops of hot lead in her shoes, knelt upon thistles, thorns and sticks.
  • holy 177, 232; the Holy, iii.
  • hotly V Or, look next at The Saint as a campaign document, the aspect under which it has been most hotly discussed in Italy.
  • hourly Life in the oil fields became a phantasmagoria of ceaseless action and excitement-a fantastic stereopticon that changed hourly.
  • hr She had borrowed Aunt Olivia's open-faced gold watch to serve as timekeeper, and promptly at the expiration of the 1 hr.
  • hula In the spring and summer of 1945, Cold Bay on the Alaska Peninsula was the site of the largest and most ambitious transfer program of World War II, Project Hula, in which the United States transferred 149 ships and craft to the Soviet Union and trained 12,000 Soviet personnel in their operation in anticipation of the Soviet Union entering the war against Japan.
  • hull She was submerged as the Ithuriel was, by pumping water into the lower part of her hull.
  • hurl "On the contrary, it would only be a welcome occasion for the Great Kophta to reveal himself, and hurl his despicable, malicious enemy into the dust at his feet," replied Cagliostro, calmly.
  • hurry Hurry up, boys, hurry up!
  • orly
  • rely
  • truly
  • wryly
  • Hal However, he had to be told, and Hal rarely troubled to do much beating about the bush, so, in order to rouse him speedily and thoroughly, just as he was settling down to his newspaper she hurled the news at his head without any preliminary preparation.
  • Harley I-I can't help it, Harley!
  • Hurley There's nothing good about a rotten egg, Mr. Hurley.
  • HRH Archduke Ferdinand Karl Leopold Joseph Franz Marcelin (1793–1875), eldest son of Holy Roman Emperor Francis II, became Emperor Ferdinand I of Austria upon his fathers death in 1835 Archduke Ferdinand Karl Viktor of Austria-Este (1821–1849), younger son of Duke Francis IV of Modena Archduke Ferdinand Maximilian Joseph (1832–1867), second son of Archduke Franz Karl of Austria and brother of Emperor Franz Josef of Austria; became Emperor Maximilian I of Mexico in 1864 Archduke Ferdinand Karl Ludwig Joseph Johann Maria (1868–1915), younger brother of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, abandoned his dynastic rights to marry Bertha Czuber in 1909 Archduke Ferdinand of Austria (HI & RH, 1918–2004), married to Countess Helene (1937– ), only daughter of HIllH Carl Theodor, Count zu Toerring-Jettenbach and HRH Princess Elizabeth of Greece and Denmark (a sister of Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent) Archduke Ferdinand Zvonimir of Austria (born 1997), son of Archduke Karl of Austria, grandson of Crown Prince Otto of Austria, second-in-line to the headship of the House of Habsburg
  • HRS 55 secs.; and on the same day the new unpaced tricycle record of 8 hrs. 11 mins.
  • he'll He'll be coming back-I know it, the scoundrel-but you wait, he won't fool me again!"
  • hole The clock too slowly dripping, the hole being in part stopped, showing the hours too long, was altered.

1 words made from the letters hrly

4 letter words made from hrly:

rhyl.

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