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Meanings of Hatchettite:

noun

A naturally occurring paraffin wax found in coal measures, ranging in colour from yellowish-white to orange when first excavated.

Meanings of Hatchettolite:

noun

A variety of pyrochlore containing uranium, of reddish or yellow-brown colour and resinous lustre.

Meanings of Hatchety:

adjective

Resembling the blade of a hatchet; specifically (of the face) narrow and sharp-featured. also in "hatchety-faced" adjective.

Hatching

hætʃ

Meanings of Hatching:

noun

(in fine art and technical drawing) shading with closely drawn parallel lines.

Usage examples:

The miniaturist's use of hatching and stippling
verb

(of an egg) open and produce a young animal.

Usage examples:

Eggs need to be put in a warm place to hatch

Hatchling

ˈhætʃ.lɪŋ

Meanings of Hatchling:

noun

A young animal that has recently emerged from its egg.

Usage examples:

Predators of eggs and hatchlings include small mammals, birds, and other reptiles.

Meanings of Hatchman:

noun

A person who helps to load and unload cargo through a ship's hatch.

Meanings of Hatchment:

noun

A large tablet, typically diamond-shaped, bearing the coat of arms of someone who has died, displayed in their honour.

Usage examples:

Inside the abbey, we saw the crest of the maunsell family and over the choir pews, a very impressiv…

Hatchway

hætʃ

Meanings of Hatchway:

noun

An opening or hatch, especially in a ship's deck.

Usage examples:

Other small huts on the deck cover a hatchway below decks and the rigging store.
verb

To break an egg so a baby animal can come out

Usage examples:

[ i ] the birds hatched out the next afternoon., they hatched a plan for a surprise birthday party.…

Hatchways

hætʃ

Meanings of Hatchways:

noun

An opening or hatch, especially in a ship's deck.

Usage examples:

Other small huts on the deck cover a hatchway below decks and the rigging store.
verb

To break an egg so a baby animal can come out

Usage examples:

[ i ] the birds hatched out the next afternoon., they hatched a plan for a surprise birthday party.…

Hate

heɪt

Meanings of Hate:

verb

Feel intense dislike for.

Usage examples:

The boys hate each other
noun

Intense dislike.

Usage examples:

Feelings of hate and revenge

Hated

ˈheɪ.tɪd

Meanings of Hated:

verb

Feel intense dislike for.

Usage examples:

The boys hate each other
noun

Intense dislike.

Usage examples:

Feelings of hate and revenge
adjective

Disliked very strongly and by many people

Usage examples:

He was the most hated teacher in the school., why is she so hated?

Hateful

ˈheɪt.fəl

Meanings of Hateful:

adjective

Arousing, deserving of, or filled with hatred.

Usage examples:

That hateful arrogant woman

Hatefully

ˈheɪt.fəl.i

Meanings of Hatefully:

adverb

In a way that is very unpleasant

Usage examples:

The dress shirt caused my neck to chafe hatefully., we had to sit through a long, hatefully dull se…

Meanings of Hateless:

adjective

Without hate; having no feelings of hatred; not motivated by hatred.

Hatemonger

ˈheɪtˌmʌŋ.ɡər

Meanings of Hatemonger:

noun

A person who promotes hostility and prejudice, especially towards a minority group.

Usage examples:

He says he is no hatemonger and does not promote violence

Meanings of Hatemongering:

adjective

(especially of speech or writing) arousing or intended to arouse feelings of hatred.

Usage examples:

Inflammatory, hate-mongering rhetoric
noun

The arousal of feelings of hatred using speech or writing.

Usage examples:

Hate-mongering and incitement to violence

Meanings of Hater:

noun

A person who greatly dislikes a specified person or thing.

Usage examples:

A man hater

Haters

ˈheɪ.tər

Meanings of Haters:

noun

A person who greatly dislikes a specified person or thing.

Usage examples:

A man hater

Hates

heɪt

Meanings of Hates:

verb

Feel intense dislike for.

Usage examples:

The boys hate each other
noun

Intense dislike.

Usage examples:

Feelings of hate and revenge

Hath

hæθ

Meanings of Hath:

verb

Archaic third person singular present of have.

Meanings of Hathi:

noun

An elephant.

Meanings of Hathor:

proper noun

A sky goddess, the patron of love and joy, represented variously as a cow, with a cow's head or ears, or with a solar disc between a cow's horns.

Meanings of Hathoric:

adjective

Of or relating to the egyptian goddess hathor.

Meanings of Hatikvah:

noun

The name of: a song used as the national anthem of israel.

Hating

heɪt

Meanings of Hating:

verb

Feel intense dislike for.

Usage examples:

The boys hate each other
noun

Intense dislike.

Usage examples:

Feelings of hate and revenge

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