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  • Section 8: Words Starting with H. habit. h . a . b . i . t . habit. habit means

  • an established custom. It was their habit to dine at 7 every evening.

  • hair. h . a . i . r . hair. hair means a covering for the body (or parts of it) consisting of

  • a dense growth of threadlike structures (as on the human head); helps to prevent heat

  • loss. He combed his hair. hairdresser. h . a . i . r . d . r . e . s

  • . s . e . r . hairdresser. hairdresser means someone who cuts or beautifies hair. An appointment

  • at the hairdresser's. half. h . a . l . f . half. half means one

  • of two equal parts of a divisible whole. A century and one half.

  • hall. h . a . l . l . hall. hall means an interior passage or corridor onto which rooms

  • open. The elevators were at the end of the hall.

  • hammer. h . a . m . m . e . r . hammer. hammer means a hand tool with a heavy rigid head

  • and a handle; used to deliver an impulsive force by striking. I'll need a bigger hammer to

  • pound these large nails into the beam. hand. h . a . n . d . hand. hand means the

  • part of the body at the end of the arm, including the fingers and thumb. He had the hands of

  • a surgeon. handle. h . a . n . d . l . e . handle. handle

  • means be in charge of, act on, or dispose of. I can handle with this crew of workers.

  • hang. h . a . n . g . hang. hang means be suspended or hanging. The flag hung on the

  • wall. happen. h . a . p . p . e . n . happen. happen

  • means happen, occur, or be the case in the course of events or by chance. Nothing happened

  • that seemed important. happiness. h . a . p . p . i . n . e . s . s

  • . happiness. happiness means state of well-being characterized by emotions ranging from contentment

  • to intense joy. It goes without saying that you can't buy happiness.

  • unhappiness. u . n . h . a . p . p . i . n . e . s . s . unhappiness. unhappiness means

  • emotions experienced when not in a state of well-being. He has a lot of unhappiness in

  • his feet because his arches are collapsing. happy. h . a . p . p . y . happy. happy means

  • enjoying or showing or marked by joy or pleasure or good fortune. Spent many happy days on

  • the beach. happily. h . a . p . p . i . l . y . happily.

  • happily means in a joyous manner. They shouted happily.

  • unhappy. u . n . h . a . p . p . y . unhappy. unhappy means experiencing or marked by or

  • causing sadness or sorrow or discontent. After the argument they lapsed into an unhappy silence.

  • hard. h . a . r . d . hard. hard means not easy; requiring great physical or mental effort

  • to accomplish or comprehend or endure. Nesting places on the cliffs are hard of access.

  • hardly. h . a . r . d . l . y . hardly. hardly means almost not. He hardly ever goes fishing.

  • harm. h . a . r . m . harm. harm means any physical damage to the body caused by violence

  • or accident or fracture etc. Our dog looks quite fierce, but he would never harm anyone.

  • harmful. h . a . r . m . f . u . l . harmful. harmful means injurious to physical or mental

  • health. Drinking alcohol can be very harmful to the unborn child.

  • harmless. h . a . r . m . l . e . s . s . harmless. harmless means not causing or capable of causing

  • harm. Rendered the bomb harmless. hat. h . a . t . hat. hat means headdress

  • that protects the head from bad weather; has shaped crown and usually a brim. The wind

  • blew my hat off when I was on the ferry and I lost it.

  • hate. h . a . t . e . hate. hate means dislike intensely; feel antipathy or aversion towards.

  • I hate hearing the sound of the drill when I go to the dentist's office.

  • hatred. h . a . t . r . e . d . hatred. hatred means the emotion of hate; a feeling of dislike

  • so strong that it demands action. Her hatred of them would never lead her to murder.

  • have. h . a . v . e . have. have means have or possess, either in a concrete or an abstract

  • sense. He has got two beautiful daughters. have to. have to. have to means that you must

  • do something. I don't have to clean my room. he. h . e . he. he means a male person or

  • animal that has already been mentioned or is easily identified. He rambled hither and

  • thither. head. h . e . a . d . head. head means the

  • upper part of the human body or the front part of the body in animals; contains the

  • face and brains. He stuck his head out the window.

  • headache. h . e . a . d . a . c . h . e . headache. headache means something or someone that causes

  • anxiety; a source of unhappiness. New York traffic is a constant headache.

  • heal. h . e . a . l . heal. heal means heal or recover. My broken leg is healing.

  • health. h . e . a . l . t . h . health. health means a healthy state of well being free from

  • disease. Physicians should be held responsible for the health of their patients.

  • healthy. h . e . a . l . t . h . y . healthy. healthy means having or indicating good health

  • in body or mind; free from infirmity or disease. Staying fit and healthy.

  • hear. h . e . a . r . hear. hear means get to know or become aware of, usually accidentally.

  • I heard that she has two grown-up children. hearing. h . e . a . r . i . n . g . hearing.

  • hearing means an opportunity to state your case and be heard. They condemned him without

  • a hearing. heart. h . e . a . r . t . heart. heart means

  • the locus of feelings and intuitions. In your heart you know it is true.

  • heat. h . e . a . t . heat. heat means a form of energy that is transferred by a difference

  • in temperature. The color black absorbs heat, whereas white reflects it.

  • heating. h . e . a . t . i . n . g . heating. heating means the process of becoming warmer;

  • a rising temperature. The heating system wasn't working.

  • heaven. h . e . a . v . e . n . heaven. heaven means any place of complete bliss and delight

  • and peace. Ancient Koreans believed a mountain to be a meeting place between heaven and earth.

  • heavy. h . e . a . v . y . heavy. heavy means of comparatively great physical weight or

  • density. Heavy mahogany furniture. heavily. h . e . a . v . i . l . y . heavily.

  • heavily means to a considerable degree. He relied heavily on others' data.

  • heel. h . e . e . l . heel. heel means the bottom of a shoe or boot; the back part of

  • a shoe or boot that touches the ground and provides elevation. She had a blister on her

  • heel that burst when she put on her new shoes. height. h . e . i . g . h . t . height. height

  • means the vertical dimension of extension; distance from the base of something to the

  • top. Find someone who is of average height. hell. h . e . l . l . hell. hell means any

  • place of pain and turmoil. The hell of battle. hello. h . e . l . l . o . hello. hello means

  • an expression of greeting. Every morning they exchanged polite hellos.

  • help. h . e . l . p . help. help means give help or assistance; be of service. Everyone

  • helped out during the earthquake. helpful. h . e . l . p . f . u . l . helpful.

  • helpful means providing assistance or serving a useful function. A child who is helpful

  • around the house can save the mother many steps.

  • her. h . e . r . her. her means a woman or girl who has already been mentioned or is

  • easily identified. The brothers had a hot dispute on her marriage.

  • hers. h . e . r . s . hers. hers means belonging to her. The choice was hers.

  • here. h . e . r . e . here. here means in or at this place; where the speaker or writer

  • is. Radio waves received here on Earth hero. h . e . r . o . hero. hero means a man

  • distinguished by exceptional courage and nobility and strength. RAF pilots were the heroes of

  • the Battle of Britain. herself. h . e . r . s . e . l . f . herself.

  • herself means the woman or girl who performs an action is also affected by it. She hurt

  • herself. hesitate. h . e . s . i . t . a . t . e . hesitate.

  • hesitate means pause or hold back in uncertainty or unwillingness. Authorities hesitate to

  • quote exact figures. hi. h . i . hi. hi means an expression of

  • greeting. Every morning they exchanged polite hi.

  • hide. h . i . d . e . hide. hide means prevent from being seen or discovered. Muslim women

  • hide their faces. high. h . i . g . h . high. high means greater

  • than normal in degree or intensity or amount. The high point of his career.

  • highly. h . i . g . h . l . y . highly. highly means to a high degree or extent; favorably

  • or with much respect. Does not think highly of his writing.

  • highlight. h . i . g . h . l . i . g . h . t . highlight. highlight means move into the

  • foreground to make more visible or prominent. Highlight the passage so that you can find

  • it again when you open the book. high school. high school. high school meansa

  • public secondary school usually including grades 9 through 12. He goes to the neighborhood

  • highschool. highway. h . i . g . h . w . a . y . highway.

  • highway means a major road for any form of motor transport. The highway clings to the

  • coast for about twenty miles. hill h . i . l . l . hill. hill means a local

  • and well-defined elevation of the land. They loved to roam the hills of West Virginia.

  • him. h . i . m . him. him means used to refer to a man, boy, or male animal that has already

  • been mentioned. Are you in love with him? himself. h . i . m . s . e . l . f . himself.

  • himself means used when the man or boy who performs an action is also affected by it.

  • He introduced himself. hip. h . i . p . hip. hip means either side

  • of the body below the waist and above the thigh. The old woman suffered a hip fracture

  • when she fell getting out of bed. hire. h . i . r . e . hire. hire means engage

  • or hire for work. They hired two new secretaries in the department.

  • his. h . i . s . his. his means determiner of or belonging to a man or boy who has already

  • been mentioned. James has sold his car. historical. h . i . s . t . o . r . i . c

  • . a . l . historical. historical means of or relating to the study of history. A historical

  • perspective. history. h . i . s . t . o . r . y . history.history

  • means the aggregate of past events. A critical time in the school's history.

  • hit. h . i . t . hit. hit means cause to move by striking. Hit a ball.

  • hobby. h . o . b . b . y . hobby. hobby means an auxiliary activity. My hobby is writing

  • stories. hold. h . o . l . d . hold. hold means keep

  • in a certain state, position, or activity. She always held herself as a lady.

  • hole. h . o . l . e . hole. hole means an opening into or through something. The eruption

  • of the volcano blasted a huge hole in the top of the mountain.

  • holiday. h . o . l . i . d . a . y . holiday. holiday means leisure time away from work

  • devoted to rest or pleasure. We get two weeks of holiday every summer.

  • hollow. h . o . l . l . o . w . hollow. hollow means not solid; having a space or gap or

  • cavity. His face became gaunter and more hollow with each year.

  • holy. h . o . l . y . holy. holy means belonging to or derived from or associated with a divine

  • power. Non-Muslims are barred from the holy cities of Mecca and Medina.

  • home. h . o . m . e . home. home means where you live at a particular time. Deliver the

  • package to my home. homework. h . o . m . e . w . o . r . k . homework.

  • homework means preparatory school work done outside school (especially at home). My host

  • mother often aids me with my homework assignments. honest. h . o . n . e . s . t . honest. honest

  • means not disposed to cheat or defraud; not deceptive or fraudulent. Honest reporting.

  • honestly. h . o . n . e . s . t . l . y . honestly. honestly means in an honest manner. In he

  • can't get it honestly, he is willing to steal it.

  • honor. h . o . n . o . r . honor. honor means a tangible symbol signifying approval or distinction.

  • An award for honor. in honor. in honor. in honor means in order

  • to show how much you admire and respect someone. The stadium was named in honour of the club's

  • first chairman. hook. h . o . o . k . hook. hook means a sharp

  • curve or crook; a shape resembling a hook. Hang your towel on that hook.

  • hope. h . o . p . e . hope. hope means a specific instance of feeling hopeful. It revived their

  • hope of winning the pennant. hopefully. h . o . p . e . f . u . l . l . y

  • . hopefully. hopefully means with hope; in a hopeful manner. We searched hopefully for

  • a good position. horizontal. h . o . r . i . z . o . n . t

  • . a . l . horizontal. horizontal means parallel to or in the plane of the horizon or a base

  • line. A horizontal surface. horn. h . o . r . n . horn. horn means one

  • of the bony outgrowths on the heads of certain ungulates. The horns of the cow were decorated

  • with ribbons at the county fair. horror. h . o . r . r . o . r . horror. horror

  • means something that inspires dislike; something horrible. E painting that others found so

  • beautiful was a horror to him. horse. h . o . r . s . e . horse. horse means

  • a large strong animal that people ride and use for pulling heavy things. Lee had never

  • ridden a horse before. hospital. h . o . s . p . i . t . a . l . hospital.

  • hospital means a health facility where patients receive treatment. Moira was admitted to hospital

  • with chest pains last Thursday. host. h . o . s . t . host. host means a person

  • who invites guests to a social event and who is responsible for them while they are there.

  • As of 2004, no South American country has ever hosted the Olympics.

  • hot. h . o . t . hot. hot means used of physical heat; having a high or higher than desirable

  • temperature or giving off heat or feeling or causing a sensation of heat or burning.

  • A hot August day. hotel. h . o . t . e . l . hotel. hotel means

  • a building where travelers can pay for lodging and meals and other services. The hotel charges

  • $150 a night for a room with two double beds. hour. h . o . u . r . hour. hour means a period

  • of time equal to 1/24th of a day. The job will take more than an hour.

  • house. h . o . u . s . e . house. house means a dwelling that serves as living quarters

  • for one or more families. He has a house on Cape Cod.

  • housing. h . o . u . s . i . n . g . housing. housing means structures collectively in which

  • people are housed. The cost of housing in San Diego is appallingly high, I can't imagine

  • ever being able to buy a house. household. h . o . u . s . e . h . o . l . d

  • . household. householdmeansa social unit living together. It was a good Christian household.

  • how. h . o . w . how. how means ask or talk about the way in which something happens.

  • How do you spell your name? however. h . o . w . e . v . e . r . however.

  • however means despite anything to the contrary. Although I'm a little afraid, however I'd

  • like to try it. huge. h . u . g . e . huge. huge means unusually

  • great in size or amount or degree or especially extent or scope. The house was being guarded

  • byhuge black dog. human. h . u . m . a . n . human. human means

  • characteristic of humanity. Human bones are 22% water.

  • humor. h . u . m . o . r . humor. humor means a message whose ingenuity or verbal skill

  • or incongruity has the power to evoke laughter. She didn't appreciate my humor.

  • humorous. h . u . m . o . r . o . u . s . humorous. humorous means full of or characterized by

  • humor. Humorous stories. hungry. h . u . n . g . r . y . hungry. hungry

  • means feeling hunger; feeling a need or desire to eat food. A world full of hungry people

  • hunt. h . u . n . t . hunt. hunt means pursue for food or sport (as of wild animals). Goering

  • often hunted wild boars in Poland. hunting. h . u . n . t . i . n . g . hunting.

  • hunting means the pursuit and killing or capture of wild animals regarded as a sport. Since

  • 1977 otter hunting has been illegal. hurry. h . u . r . r . y . hurry. hurry means

  • move very fast. The runner run past us at breakneck hurry.

  • in a hurry. in a hurry. in a hurry means easily. You won't beat him in a hurry.

  • hurt. h . u . r . t . hurt. hurt means be the source of pain. This exercise will hurt

  • your back. husband. h . u . s . b . a . n . d . husband.

  • husband means a married man; a woman's partner in marriage. My husband has built a beautiful

  • bench to sit on in the garden. Thanks for watching! This is all for section

  • 8: Words starting with H. You can move on to section 9 : Words starting with I. We'll

  • see you next time. Goodbye!

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