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  • haul He rested a moment to draw breath, and then began to haul his beloved dogs one after another up to a place beside him.
  • hub But the sting and wildness of life had departed with the construction operations, and now Benton had become the hub of the railway universe.
  • hud Hud. Up to her lip, you rogue!
  • hue The bird had not always been in a cage; it had been born in a lilac bush in a great garden, with other lilac bushes and tall hollyhocks of every hue, and rose bushes all around it; and it had been brought up there, and had found its mate in an orchard near by, where there were apple trees white with bloom and a little stream bordered with willows, which sometimes looked almost white, too, when the wind blew fresh and lifted the leaves.
  • hug For which sprightliness he received immediately a fervent hug and a kiss from those so sweet and promiscuous lips.
  • hula The Hawaiian hula, the nautch, and minstrelsy combined.
  • hulk When I reached the Hulk, the only sign of life was the thin curl of smoke from the rusty pipe.
  • hull He stayed on in Hull as a correspondent.
  • hum Otherwise there would be more bloodshed, more play of guns and hum of lead.
  • hun Not far from the ruins in the lands of Hun Doptchin Djamtso there is a small lake which sometimes burns with a red flame, terrifying the Mongols and herds of horses.
  • hurl It eased the tension to hurl verbal defiance at his murderer, and there was just the chance that the fellow might understand a little English.
  • hus In the first place it is maintained by ardent nationalists, and therefore followers of John Hus, that John Nepomuk never existed at all, that he was simply invented by the Jesuits in their successful efforts to bring back to Rome the Protestant people of Bohemia whose army had been defeated in the battle of the White Mountain in 1620. John Nepomuk was raised, they maintain, in opposition to the real national hero and martyr John Hus; therefore the whole story of the former John's death is all invention, and the tablet on the bridge over which he went to martyrdom is a brazen misstatement of fact.
  • hut Then the boat pulled out and Katrina and Jan had to go home by themselves, and the moment they were inside the hut Jan cast himself down on the bed-so weary and disheartened that he did not know how he would ever be able to get up again.
  • Hal They faced each other a moment almost angrily, except that whereas Dudley was distinctly vexed, Hal was a little scornful, and half-laughing.
  • Hui Liu-hsia Hui, flourished about 600 B. C. : see note to xv. 13; xv. 13, Tsang Wen would not stand by him; xviii.
  • UL Of the cap we can be sure; for from the fact that, on leaving his room at midnight to follow the Persian through the house, he put it on his head, I gather that he wore it habitually during all his waking hours; yet after Ul-Jabal has left him he wanders far and wide "with uncovered head."
  • JUL Jul Have I not cause?
  • HUH Ol' Chloe ain't lived all dese yeahs fu' nuffin', an' ef she got de gif' o' secon' sight, 't ain't fu' huh to say."

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