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  • ate And I didn't like at all the way he ate his food.
  • bate Didn't I bate ye enough whin ye wor little to shtop ye from swearin'?
  • date The rooms are taken every year for this date by the same people.
  • eta There are now neither samurai nor eta, but only sons of the emperor.
  • fate Si'Wren considered all, and felt renewed remorse at what terrible fate had befallen her.
  • gate Maisie's mother made no answer, but turned and walked into the house; and the young nobleman, being very anxious to know what it all meant, hung his bridle over the garden gate, and followed her.
  • ha " Ha," sir, said she, "if thy country were a kingdom, and should come to me all wholly, forsooth I should hold me right well wedded in him."
  • hag You're a bloodthirsty old hag!
  • haj Haj Ibrahim was first introduced, but the Sultan could not keep off his eyes from me.
  • hake Haddock are found in the deep water in the spring: cusk all the year in deep water, together with hake in summer, also on the muddy bottom in deep water.
  • hale The beautiful story of how that is done cannot be told here, but what Hale House did for me I may not omit to mention.
  • ham Vall went on nibbling ham and wine sauce; the servant repeated the announcement a trifle more loudly.
  • han It hit a heavy Han rocket nose to nose.
  • hap Lady Desmond would never have taken upon herself to make a journey to Hap House, had not a sentence of absolute banishment from Desmond Court been passed against him.
  • hare The tiger squirmed and twisted first one way and then the other, first to one side and then to the other; at last he could stand it no longer and catching the hare he threw her out of the trap and she landed on solid ground.
  • hat By this time it was half-past ten, and he put on his hat and went downstairs.
  • hate Claude, I'm glad-I'm thankful you've made her hate you.
  • hated He hated her old nurse.
  • hater And what a fierce hater he is; what unlimited power of vituperation; what intensity of bitter feeling!
  • have 371. Have you a pass-book?
  • haw Haw-thorne grew up a very hand-some young fellow.
  • hay Hay-making is one; and rose-gathering is one; and sprinkling and folding a great basket full of white clothes right out of the grass and the air and the sunshine is one.
  • haze But the soldiers pressed on joyfully, for the sweet odors of vineyard and garden grew ever more ravishing; and now the land lay at their feet in a shimmering haze, through which the forests rose like deep cool islands with here and there a red roof, or a white church spire to tell of human habitation.
  • he 6033. Is he Mr. Anderson's shopkeeper at Ollaberry?
  • head There'll be time enough for that when affairs come to a head."
  • heal Other voices repeated anxiously: "Heal our souls, heal our souls!"
  • heap One of the officers stooped down and flashed his lantern on the heap of snow where the dead face lay, as pale as its frozen pillow.
  • hear Hear me, O King!
  • heat Summer's heat and winter's snow May unheeded come and go; What He suffered, what He taught, Makes the year of Christian thought.
  • heave Heave off, put all steam on, and back out, starn fust, and then swing round into the stream.
  • hebe At length, once more lifting his wreath and crown, he raised his curls with both hands, and said, quite calmly and decisively; "We must have a Hebe, and must take her where we find her.
  • heme 7Å from the iron core of the heme molecule to allow oxyferryl intermediates to perform the cholesterol hydroxylation).
  • hide I shouldn't wonder if I took the value of that tree out of your hide.
  • hie And with a prosperous gale of wind In Flanders safe they did arive; 50 This was to their great ease of minde, Which from their hearts much woe did drive; And so with thanks to God on hie, They tooke their way to Germanie.
  • hope I do hope you do.
  • hose And, on the other hand, some of the very saddest entertainments I have ever taken a hand in have been those conducted by a host bubbling with geniality, and with a stock of reminiscences, who turned the hose in the face of guest after guest till they writhed with boredom.
  • howe And so I to Westminster as soon as I came home to my Lord's, where I dined with Mr. Shepley and Howe.
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  • hue
  • hume
  • hype
  • late
  • mate
  • pate
  • ptah
  • rate
  • sate
  • star
  • ta
  • tad
  • tao
  • tar
  • tat
  • tate
  • tau
  • te
  • tea
  • tee
  • tie
  • toe
  • utah
  • ute
  • Had Think how splendid it is that we have had this time now.
  • Has 58 Milk house has ...
  • Hath May 6, 1646. The King hath escaped!
  • Kate
  • That
  • Tue
  • Hal "If I were Mr. Hermon, I'd give you one good shaking, Hal," put Lorraine.
  • Thad
  • Nate
  • Hyde
  • Hates He's a man who knows exactly what he wants, and hates to have people go against his directions in the smallest things.
  • hats He waited in the draughty hall; it was so dark that coats and hats loomed, ghostly shapes, by the farther wall.
  • GTE ysla de lucon La ysla e lucon as la mas principal ysla de todo lo descubierto porques poblada de mucha gte es muy abastecida de aRoz y muchas minas donde se a sacado gran cantidad de oro especial de la prouincia de los ylocos.
  • HTS
  • RTE
  • HT
  • STA
  • HaaS Sit her here, Mr. Haas, in this rocker.
  • PTA
  • STE
  • TAED
  • vitae

10 words made from the letters htae

3 letter words made from htae:

eat, tea, eta, hat, het, ate.

4 letter words made from htae:

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