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Hazelnuts

ˈheɪ.zəl.nʌt

Meanings of Hazelnuts:

noun

A round brown hard-shelled nut that is the edible fruit of the hazel.

Usage examples:

There were almonds, peanuts, cashews, hazelnuts, pecans and brazil nuts.

Hazels

ˈheɪ.zəl

Meanings of Hazels:

noun

A temperate shrub or small tree with broad leaves, bearing prominent male catkins in spring and round hard-shelled edible nuts in autumn.

Usage examples:

The marsh gave way gradually to dry land, and the reeds and willows to hazels and elders.

Meanings of Hazelwort:

noun

Asarabacca, asarum europaeum, which has purplish-brown flowers and petiolate leaves.

Hazer

ˈheɪzə

Meanings of Hazer:

noun

A person engaged in forcing a new or potential recruit to the military, a college fraternity, etc., to perform strenuous, humiliating, or dangerous tasks.

Usage examples:

The hazers would dunk us under the water for a short time before allowing us to come up for air

Meanings of Hazers:

noun

A person engaged in forcing a new or potential recruit to the military, a college fraternity, etc., to perform strenuous, humiliating, or dangerous tasks.

Usage examples:

The hazers would dunk us under the water for a short time before allowing us to come up for air

Meanings of Hazier:

adjective

Covered by a haze.

Usage examples:

It was a beautiful day but quite hazy

Meanings of Haziest:

adjective

Covered by a haze.

Usage examples:

It was a beautiful day but quite hazy

Meanings of Hazily:

adverb

In a way that is not clearly remembered or noticed

Usage examples:

She only hazily remembered her previous visit., he was hazily aware of a dull ache in the small of …

Meanings of Hazing:

verb

Obscure with a haze.

Usage examples:

A clump of islands, very green, but hazed in cloud and mist
noun

A slight obscuration of the lower atmosphere, typically caused by fine suspended particles.

Usage examples:

The cold air has no pollution and very little haze

Meanings of Hazle:

noun

Earth containing a mixture of sand, clay, and gravel. chiefly (and in earliest use) attributive, as "hazel earth", "hazel ground", "hazel loam", "hazel mould", etc.

Hazy

ˈheɪzi

Meanings of Hazy:

adjective

Covered by a haze.

Usage examples:

It was a beautiful day but quite hazy

Meanings of Hazzan:

noun

Another term for cantor (sense 1).

Meanings of Hazzanim:

noun

Another term for cantor (sense 1).

Meanings of Hb:

abbreviation

Half board.

Usage examples:

Twin rooms with facilities on an hb basis

Haemoglobin.

Usage examples:

Your hb level will be tested early in pregnancy

Hcf

ˌeɪtʃ.siːˈef

Meanings of Hcf:

abbreviation

Highest common factor.

noun

The highest number that can be divided exactly into each of two or more numbers.

Usage examples:

6 is the highest common factor of 12 and 18

Abbreviation for highest common factor: the highest number that a set of two or more different numbers can be divided by exactly

Meanings of Hd:

abbreviation

(of television) high-definition.

He

ˈhiːlɪəm

Meanings of He:

pronoun

Used to refer to a man, boy, or male animal previously mentioned or easily identified.

Usage examples:

Everyone liked my father—he was the perfect gentleman
noun

A male; a man.

Usage examples:

Is that a he or a she?
abbreviation

High explosive.

The chemical element helium.

Meanings of He who laughs last laughs best:

idiom

Said to emphasize that the person who has control of a situation in the end is most successful, even if other people had seemed originally to have an advantage

He-man

ˈhiː.mæn

Meanings of He-man:

noun

A man who is very strong and who likes to show everyone how strong he is

Head

hɛd

Meanings of Head:

noun

The upper part of the human body, or the front or upper part of the body of an animal, typically separated from the rest of the body by a neck, and containing the brain, mouth, and sense organs.

Usage examples:

Whatever comes into my head
adjective

Chief; principal.

Usage examples:

The head waiter
verb

Be in the leading position on.

Usage examples:

The st george's day procession was headed by the mayor
suffix

Equivalent to -hood.

Usage examples:

Maidenhead

Meanings of Head and shoulders:

adjective

Designating a portrait, likeness, photograph, etc., in which only the head and shoulders are shown.

noun

A head-and-shoulders portrait or likeness.

idiom

Much better than other people or things

Usage examples:

Natasha is head and shoulders above the other dancers in her age group.

Meanings of Head and shoulders above:

idiom

Outstandingly superior to

phrase

Far superior to.

Usage examples:

You were just head and shoulders above all the other girls

Meanings of Head for:

phrasal verb

If you are heading for a bad situation, you are likely to experience it soon, because of your own actions or behaviour

Usage examples:

They're heading for disaster if they're not careful., the country is heading for recession.

Meanings of Head in clouds:

To not know the facts of a situation

Meanings of Head out:

idiom

Extremely silly

Usage examples:

He must be out of his mind to have spent that much money on an old car!

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