How to spell HULLO correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell hullo correctly

  • bull The lower-jaw of one old bull of this kind was found to be sixteen feet long, and it had forty-eight teeth, some of them a foot long.
  • cull I shall disdain to cull my phrases or polish my style.
  • dull "I can't understand," he would say, "why people find life dull.
  • full You used to be so full of fun.
  • gull The boat careened over, righted, and flew before the wind like a frightened gull.
  • hail Hail again, and all together."
  • hale There are men of many characters, but all happy, honest, good, witty, and hale.
  • hall She has appeared in a music-hall here, and she's as beautiful as a dream.
  • halley As to the others, I began to like the boy Halley.
  • halloo Halloo, Jake, that you?
  • hallow As the light of declining day seems to mingle earth and heaven, making the outline of each scarce visible, and blending the harsh mountain-tops with the sky, even so did the smile of that benign old age appear to hallow the aspect of those around, to blend together the strong distinctions of varying years, and to diffuse over infancy and manhood the light of that heaven into which it must so soon vanish and be lost.
  • halo As I retired with a burdened heart, that I was endeavoring to cast at the feet of my Savior, the widow's burden-bearer, I had a sweet dream of an angelic host, that filled my room with a halo of glory, settled on every face, and those nearest my bed appeared in the form of persons dressed in beautiful attire; others were sweet faces that looked upon me with smiles of peace.
  • harlow Two hours at Harlow Field could seem like two years.
  • haul Dr. Grenfell loved, as with a personal affection, every one of the five beasts that were taking him on this long haul to save a boy's life.
  • hauler
  • heal
  • heel
  • heller I am going to hell!
  • hello
  • hill Billie and her BFFs climbed the hill to get a good view of the party.
  • hills I climbed the hills to get to the city.
  • hilly There are some hills in the area.
  • holler When the subject hollers, everyone nearby knows to listen.
  • hollow After throwing his old ski poles into the hollow, he picked up his new hiking poles.
  • holly The holly trees were adorned with beautiful red berries.
  • holy Some people say that holy water can cleanse you from all sins.
  • hourly I work a nine-to-five job, but I like to stay active by working out in my spare time.
  • howl The dog howled in anguish.
  • hugo Hugo is a friendly labrador retriever who loves to cuddle.
  • hula The Hawaiian dance is called the Hula.
  • hulk
  • hull I had to check the hull for damage.
  • hurl Throwing a rock at a bird, I thought, would make it fly away.
  • hurler You should avoid hurling insults when arguing with your friends.
  • lull
  • mull The group was mulling over the plan.
  • null
  • pull
  • Hulled
  • Huller Huller is a town in northern New York.
  • Tull I ordered a Tull shirt online.
  • Hal I wish I could find a Hal for my party.
  • Hurley The town of Hurley is home to a variety of businesses and attractions.
  • Hallie
  • Hollie
  • Holley I am going to Holley to buy a new car.
  • halls The halls were empty, and the only sound was the echo of my footsteps.
  • hulls The hulls of the boats were smeared with oil.
  • hurls
  • hellos May I say hello to you?
  • he'll I'll talk to him later.
  • hole The hole in the tent prevented rainwater from entering.

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