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high-minded.adjective
lofty in attitude; having or showing exalted feelings and an overtone of superiority out of a wrong kind of pride (being of high consciousness is the antithesis of highmindedness)
high-mindedly.adverb
high-mindedness.noun

hearth.noun,.plural.hearths
the floor of a fireplace, usually extending into a room and paved with brick, flagstone or cement

Haran.noun
an ancient city of Mesopotamia in present day southeast Turkey, that was an important trading post and a religious center devoted to the Assyrian moon god

hemp.noun.aka.cannabis
the tough, coarse.fiber of the cannabis plant, used to make cordage; any of various plants similar to cannabis, especially one yielding a similar fiber; the fiber of such a plant

hyphen.noun,.plural.hyphens
a punctuation mark ( - ) used between the parts of a compound word or name or between the syllables of a word, being a sign.indicating such two words are to be read as one (for example narrow-minded)
hyphen, hyphened, hyphening, hyphens.transitive verbs
to hyphenate
hyphenate, hyphenated, hyphenating, hyphenates.transitive verbs
to divide or connect syllables, word elements or names, with a hyphen
hyphenation.noun,.plural.hyphenations

hiatus.noun,.plural.hiatuses
a gap or an interruption in time or continuity; a break:; in linguistics, a slight.pause that occurs when two immediately adjacent.vowels in consecutive.syllables are pronounced, as in the word 'reality' and 'naive'
hiatal.adjective

have, had, having, has.verbs
in spoken English, forms of 'have' are often shortened, for example 'I have' is shortened to 'I've' and 'has not' is shortened to 'hasn't'; you use the forms 'have' and 'has' with a past participle to form the present perfect.tense of verbs (Alex has already gone; my term hasn't finished yet; what have you found so far?); 'had' is past tense and past participle of 'have'
transitive verb use.to be in possession of (already had a car); to possess as a characteristic, quality or function (has a beard; had a great deal of energy); to possess or contain as a constituent part (a car that has an automatic transmission; have compassion)

hide.noun,.plural.hides
the skin of an animal, especially the thick, tough skin or pelt of a large animal

hide, hided, hiding, hides.transitive verbs
to beat; flog

hide, hid, hidden.or.hid, hiding, hides.verbs
transitive verb use.to put or keep out of sight; secrete; to prevent the disclosure or recognition of; conceal (playing hide and seek, he hid under the table on the chair cushions); cover up (clouds hid the stars)
intransitive verb use.to keep oneself out of sight; to seek refuge
hide out.phrasal verb
to be in hiding
hide nor hair.idiom
a trace; a vestige (haven't seen hide nor hair of them since last year)

hedge.noun,.plural.hedges
a row of closely planted shrubs or low-growing trees forming a fence or boundary; a line of people or objects forming a barrier (a hedge of spectators along the sidewalk); an intentionally.noncommittal or ambiguous.statement
hedge, hedged, hedging, hedges.verbs
transitive verb use.to enclose or bound with or as if with hedges. to hem in, hinder or restrict with or as if with a hedge; to minimize or protect against the loss of by counterbalancing one transaction, such as a bet, against another
intransitive verb use.to plant or cultivate hedges, such as one would do on the lawn in front of the house; to avoid making a clear, direct response or statement
hedger.noun,.plural.hedgers
hedgy.adjective

hydrate.noun,.plural.hydrates
a hydrate is something that contains water, like sweat and other compounds; if a substance hydrates your skin, it makes it softer and less dry; hydrated means combined with water, especially existing in the form of a hydrate that one can drink
hydrate, hydrated, hydrating, hydrates.verbs
transitive verb use.to rehydrate by supplying water to the body in order to.restore or maintain fluid balance (don't be a waterholic, drink only if thirsty)
intransitive verb use.to become a hydrate
hydration.noun,.plural.hydrations
hydrator.noun,.plural.hydrators

heartless.adjective
devoid of compassion or feeling; pitiless
heartlessly.adverb
heartlessness.noun

Hamite.noun,.plural.Hamites
a member of a group of peoples of northern and northeast Africa, descendant from Ham and including Berber, Tuareg and ancient Egyptian descendants
Hamitic.adjective
of.or.relating.to the Hamites or their languages or cultures
Hamitic.noun,.plural.Hamitics
a language family thought to include Egyptian and the Berber, Cushitic and Chadic languages

happy, happier, happiest.adjectives
someone who is happy has feelings of pleasure, usually because something nice has happened or because they feel satisfied with their life (she was a confident, happy child); happy is used in greetings and other conventional expressions to say that you hope someone will enjoy a special occasion (Happy Thanksgiving!; Happy Birthday!); a happy person is one who knows they are blessed, one who knows the Creator's love is expressing as him or her, that is, their thoughts are those of the Creator and what might they be?; one who is happy is patient:.James 5:11; enjoying, showing or marked by pleasure, satisfaction or joy; cheerfully.well-adapted to handle life; felicitous (a happy turn on the backyard swing); glad; willing; delighted (happy to help)
happily.adverb
happiness.noun
happiness is one of the grand essentials of life

high-tension.adjective
having a high voltage

hog.noun,.plural.hogs
any of various.mammals of the family Suidae, which includes the domesticated.pig as well as wild species, such as the boar and the wart hog; a domesticated pig, especially one weighing over 54 kilograms (120 pounds); a self-indulgent, gluttonous or filthy person; one that uses too much of something; a big, heavy motorcycle
hog, hogged, hogging, hogs.verbs
transitive verb use.to take more than one's share of: (don't hog the couch)
intransitive verb use.in nautical terms, to arch upward in the middle, as used of a ship's keel

hoof.noun,.plural.hoofs.or.hooves
the hooves of an animal such as a horse are the hard lower parts of its feet (the horses' hooves often could not get a proper grip); the horny sheath covering the toes or lower part of the foot of a mammal of the orders Perissodactyla and Artiodactyla, such as a horse, an ox or a deer
hoof, hoofed, hoofing, hoofs.verbs
transitive verb use.to walk (once we drive to the edge of the forest, we'll be hoofing it from there)
intransitive verb use.to go on foot; walk

horny, hornier, horniest.adjectives
if you describe someone as horny, you mean they are sexually.aroused or they easily become sexually excited (silly horny adolescents screwing up their lives and the lives of others by hastiness for sex, having no self-discipline and lacking.foresight as to possible.consequences, they forgo their futures for a few seconds of pleasure at the moment of sexual excitement, being unable to redirect their minds from present.involvement); something that is horny is hard, strong and made of horn or of a hard substance like horn (his fingernails had grown long and horny)

horned.adjective
having a horn, horns or is hornlike
horn.noun,.plural.horns
one of the hard, usually permanent structures projecting from the head of certain mammals, such as cattle, sheep, goats.or.antelopes, consisting of a bony core covered with a sheath of keratinous material; a hard protuberance, such as an antler or a projection on the head of a giraffe or rhinoceros, that is similar to or suggestive of a horn
Music:.in music, a wind instrument made of an animal horn; a brass wind instrument, such as a trombone or tuba; a French horn; a wind instrument, such as a trumpet or saxophone; a usually electrical signaling device that produces a loud, resonant sound (an automobile horn)
horn, horned, horning, horns.intransitive verbs
to join without being invited; intrude
horn.adjective
hornist.noun,.plural.hornists
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