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51 Cards in this Set

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habituate
v.accustom or familiaize;addict
hackles
n.hairs on back and neck, especially of a dog
hackneyed
adj.commonplace; trite
haggard
adj.wasted away; gaunt

As she got older she got haggard
haggle
v.argue about prices
halcyon
adj.calm;peaceful
hale
adj.healthy
hallowed
adj.blessed;consecrated
hallucination
a
halting
adj.hesitant; faltering
hamper
v.obstruct
hap
n.chance;luck
haphazard
adj.random;by chance
hapless
adj.unfortunate
harangue
n.long, passionate, and vehement speech
harass
a
harbinger
n.forerunner
harbor
a
hardy
adj.sturdy;robust
harping
n.tiresome dwelling on a subject
harrowing
adj. agonizing; distressing; traumatic
harry
v.harass, annoy, torment; raid
hatch
n.deck opening; lid covering a deck opening
hibernal
a
hibernate
a
hierachy
a
hieroglyphic
n.picture writing
hilarity
n.boisterous mirth
hindmost
a
hindrance
n.
hinterland
n
hireling
n
hirsute
adj.hairy
histrionic
adj.theatrical
hoard
v.stockpile; accumulate for future use
hoary
adj.white with age
hoax
n.
holocaust
n.destruction by fire
holster
n.pistol case
homage
n.honor;tribute
homeostasis
n.tendency of a system to maintain relative stability
homespun
adj.domestic;made at home
homily
n.sermon; serious warning
homogenous
adj.of the same kind
hone
v.sharpen
hoodwind
v.
horde
n.
hortatory
adj.encouraging;exhortive
hypochondriac
n.person unduly worried about his health; worrier without cause about ilness
hypocritical
adj.pretending to be virtuous; deceiving
hypothetical
adj. based on assumptions or hypotheses; supposed