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habit
usual behavior or addiction
habitat
dwelling
hackneyed
overused; banal
haggard
worn out
haggle
to bargain over
halcyon
calm
hale
healthy
hallmark
a symbol of high quality
hallow
to make holy
hamper
to hinder
haphazard
dependent upon chance
hapless
unlucky
harangue
long speech
harass
to annoy
harbinger
an omen
harbor
to conceal
hardy
sturdy or strong
harp
a greedy, nagging person
harrowing
distressing
harry
to worry
haughty
arrogant
haunt
to disturb
haven
a safe place
havoc
destruction
headlong
recklessly
headstrong
stubborn
hearsay
rumor
hearth
fireplace
hector
to bully
hedonist
a pleasure-seeker; self indulgent
heed
obey
heedless
careless
hegemony
a strong influence
heinous
hateful or shocking
hemophilia
tendency toward bleeding
herald
to announce
herculean
tremndous in size
heresy
to strongly oppose a belief
hermetic
airtight
heterogeneous
different
hiatus
pause or rest
hierarchy
a ranking
hilarity
joy
hinder
to block; to obstruct
hirsute
hairy; bearded
histrionic
overly dramatic
hoard
to accumulate secretly
hoary
white with age
hoax
a joke
hodgepodge
a mixture
holocaust
total destruction
homage
honor
homily
a sermon
homogenous
all of the same kind
homophonic
sounding alike
hone
to sharpen
hoodwink
to deceive
horde
a crowd
horticulture
the science of gardening
hospice
shelter
hovel
a dirty, wretched living place
hover
to linger about; to wait near
hubris
excessive pride or self-confidence
hue
a color
humbug
a trick
humdrum
boring or routine
humility
meekness
humus
black soil for fertilizing
hurtle
to speed
hybrid
mixed; assorted
hydrophobia
fear of water
hyperbole
extreme exaggeration
hypochondriac
person with imaginary illnesses
hypocrite
one who pretends to be somthing he is not
hypocritical
insincere; two-faced
hypothesis
an assumption
hypothetical
theoretical; suppositive