a variant of Homs
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How to use Hums in a sentence
Outrageousness Hums around these women, and an earthiness too: all have survived—and sometimes thrived from—their drama.Streisand’s Gay Sex Problem, and the Death of the Gay Icon | Tim Teeman | May 23, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The small Turkish city of Kilis, on the border with Syria, Hums quietly with rebel activity from the neighboring civil war.
While pop surveys come and go, a disdain for my fellow co-conspirators that cannot be ignored Hums in the background.
He strokes the photocopier; he adores the machine, the way it flashes like lightning as it works, the way it whirs and Hums.
The cosy fire is bright and gay, The merry kettle boils awayAnd Hums a cheerful song.The Book of Humorous Verse | Various
The knife daily pierces the neck of the swine, and the kitchen wench wrings off the head of the fowl while she Hums a ditty.Wild Western Scenes | John Beauchamp Jones
By breaking up the note at the sending station with a signalling key, the message was heard as a series of long and short Hums.Heroes of the Telegraph | J. Munro
Across 3500 miles of its barren wastes an undaunted telegraph line now "Hums the songs of the glad parts of the earth."Where Half The World Is Waking Up | Clarence Poe
She doesn't seem to remember anything about it and Hums a little stanza from Santa Lucia.Mysterious Psychic Forces | Camille Flammarion