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Harquebus

ˈɑːkwɪbəs

Meanings of Harquebus:

noun

An early type of portable gun supported on a tripod or a forked rest.

Usage examples:

The japanese use of the arquebus was a considerable element in their success.

Meanings of Harquebusade:

noun

A shot fired from an arquebus.

Meanings of Harquebuses:

noun

An early type of portable gun supported on a tripod or a forked rest.

Usage examples:

The japanese use of the arquebus was a considerable element in their success.

Meanings of Harquebusier:

noun

A soldier armed with an arquebus.

Harridan

ˈhær.ɪ.dən

Meanings of Harridan:

noun

A strict, bossy, or belligerent old woman.

Usage examples:

A bullying old harridan

Meanings of Harridans:

noun

A strict, bossy, or belligerent old woman.

Usage examples:

A bullying old harridan

Harried

ˈhær.id

Meanings of Harried:

adjective

Feeling strained as a result of having demands persistently made on one; harassed.

Usage examples:

Harried detectives answer ringing phones
verb

Persistently carry out attacks on (an enemy or an enemy's territory).

Usage examples:

The raiders then spent three months harrying and burning the area

Harrier

ˈharɪə

Meanings of Harrier:

noun

A person who engages in persistent attacks on others or incursions into their land.

Usage examples:

The harried becomes the harrier, and what starts as a friendly disagreement can turn into a struggl…

Meanings of Harriers:

noun

A person who engages in persistent attacks on others or incursions into their land.

Usage examples:

The harried becomes the harrier, and what starts as a friendly disagreement can turn into a struggl…

Harries

ˈhær.i

Meanings of Harries:

verb

Persistently carry out attacks on (an enemy or an enemy's territory).

Usage examples:

The raiders then spent three months harrying and burning the area

Meanings of Harris:

proper noun

The southern part of the island of lewis and harris in the outer hebrides.

Harrovian

həˈrəʊvɪən

Meanings of Harrovian:

noun

A past or present member of harrow school.

Usage examples:

In one fanciful moment, he even saw his fellow harrovian as the ‘light of asia’, who was shaping th…

Meanings of Harrow:

noun

An implement consisting of a heavy frame set with teeth or tines which is dragged over ploughed land to break up clods, remove weeds, and cover seed.

Usage examples:

German farmers used spike-tooth harrows extensively to control weeds in small grains fields before …
verb

Draw a harrow over (land).

Usage examples:

They ploughed and harrowed the heavy clay

Harrowed

ˈhær.əʊd

Meanings of Harrowed:

verb

Draw a harrow over (land).

Usage examples:

They ploughed and harrowed the heavy clay
noun

An implement consisting of a heavy frame set with teeth or tines which is dragged over ploughed land to break up clods, remove weeds, and cover seed.

Usage examples:

German farmers used spike-tooth harrows extensively to control weeds in small grains fields before …
adjective

Looking as if you have suffered

Usage examples:

His face was harrowed.

Meanings of Harrowing:

adjective

Acutely distressing.

Usage examples:

A harrowing film about racism and violence
verb

Draw a harrow over (land).

Usage examples:

They ploughed and harrowed the heavy clay

Harrows

ˈharəʊ

Meanings of Harrows:

noun

An implement consisting of a heavy frame set with teeth or tines which is dragged over ploughed land to break up clods, remove weeds, and cover seed.

Usage examples:

German farmers used spike-tooth harrows extensively to control weeds in small grains fields before …
verb

Draw a harrow over (land).

Usage examples:

They ploughed and harrowed the heavy clay

Meanings of Harrumph:

verb

Clear the throat noisily.

Usage examples:

He harrumphed and said, ‘i am deeply obliged.’
noun

A noisy clearing of the throat.

Usage examples:

And all across the land, you heard muffled harrumphs of agreement from the faithful.

Meanings of Harrumphed:

verb

Clear the throat noisily.

Usage examples:

He harrumphed and said, ‘i am deeply obliged.’
noun

A noisy clearing of the throat.

Usage examples:

And all across the land, you heard muffled harrumphs of agreement from the faithful.

Meanings of Harrumphing:

verb

Clear the throat noisily.

Usage examples:

He harrumphed and said, ‘i am deeply obliged.’
noun

A noisy clearing of the throat.

Usage examples:

And all across the land, you heard muffled harrumphs of agreement from the faithful.

Harrumphs

həˈrʊmf

Meanings of Harrumphs:

verb

Clear the throat noisily.

Usage examples:

He harrumphed and said, ‘i am deeply obliged.’
noun

A noisy clearing of the throat.

Usage examples:

And all across the land, you heard muffled harrumphs of agreement from the faithful.

Meanings of Harry:

verb

Persistently carry out attacks on (an enemy or an enemy's territory).

Usage examples:

The raiders then spent three months harrying and burning the area

Harrying

ˈhær.i

Meanings of Harrying:

verb

Persistently carry out attacks on (an enemy or an enemy's territory).

Usage examples:

The raiders then spent three months harrying and burning the area

Meanings of Harsh:

adjective

Unpleasantly rough or jarring to the senses.

Usage examples:

Drenched in a harsh white neon light

Harshen

ˈhɑːʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Harshen:

verb

Make unpleasantly rough or jarring to the senses.

Usage examples:

‘right,’ i said, harshening my tone

Harshened

ˈhɑːʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Harshened:

verb

Make unpleasantly rough or jarring to the senses.

Usage examples:

‘right,’ i said, harshening my tone

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