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Possible correct spellings for hye
- bye I thought it would be to say good-bye.
- dye "Yes," he admitted, "I think you are changed enough already to puzzle 'em; and with your beard dyed black-by the way, don't forget to dye your hair too, old chap!
- eye In the Eye he saw it always-as I-I-see it.
- he What can he say?
- hie My way is now to hie home to his house, And tell his wife that, being lunatic, He rush'd into my house and took perforce My ring away: this course I fittest choose, For forty ducats is too much to lose.
- hue Her morning wrapper was of the hue of the sky that lay back of the leaden clouds.
- hype A. S. hype.
- lye In the end she promised a great reward to my keeper for the custody of me one night, who for gaine of a little money accorded to her desire, and when I had supped in a Parler with my Master, we departed away and went into our Chamber, where we found the faire Matron, who had tarried a great space for our comming: I am not able to recite unto you how all things were prepared: there were foure Eunuches that lay on a bed of downe on the ground with Boulsters accordingly for us to lye on, the Coverlet was of cloth of Gold, and the pillowes soft and tender, whereon the delicate Matron had accustomed to lay her head.
- rye The carriage ploughed along slowly through the deep sand between rye that grew more reluctantly every yard.
- Aye 250. The Armestranges, that aye hae been.
- Hey He had barely taken the first puff when a familiar voice said: " Hey, buddy-hold the light, will you?"
- Ye I go backe to Newcastell for this night, and ye shal go with me.
- Hyde That is the truth; even this handsome dandy, Joris Hyde, is a lieutenant.
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