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Heartthrobs

ˈhɑːt.θrɒb

Meanings of Heartthrobs:

noun

A male celebrity who is known for his good looks.

Usage examples:

He's the latest hollywood heart-throb

Meanings of Heartward:

adjective

Directed or moving towards the heart.

adverb

Towards the heart, in the direction of the heart.

Meanings of Heartwarming:

adjective

Emotionally rewarding or uplifting.

Usage examples:

Heart-warming stories about life as a country vet

Meanings of Heartwater:

noun

A disease affecting cattle, sheep, goats, and wild ungulates in parts of africa and certain tropical islands, which is a vasculitis resulting in pericardial and pleural effusion, haemorrhage into the tissues, and fever, often with prominent neurological signs, and is caused by the rickettsia-like bacterium cowdria ruminantium, transmitted by the ticks of the genus amblyomma (bont ticks).

Heartwood

ˈhɑːtwʊd

Meanings of Heartwood:

noun

The dense inner part of a tree trunk, yielding the hardest timber.

Usage examples:

In the inner heartwood, these bodies were rarefying and cell walls became impregnated by a brown co…

Meanings of Heartworm:

noun

A parasitic nematode worm which infests the hearts of dogs and other animals.

Usage examples:

When adult heartworms living in animals mate and produce offspring or microscopic heartworm larvae,…

Meanings of Heartwort:

noun

Any of several plants of the genus aristolochia, especially a. clematitis; = "birthwort".

Hearty

ˈhɑː.ti

Meanings of Hearty:

adjective

Loudly vigorous and cheerful.

Usage examples:

A hearty and boisterous character
noun

A vigorously cheerful and sporty person.

Usage examples:

Climbers and haversack-touting hearties

Heat

hiːt

Meanings of Heat:

noun

The quality of being hot; high temperature.

Usage examples:

The fierce heat of the sun
verb

Make or become hot or warm.

Usage examples:

The room faces north and is difficult to heat

Meanings of Heat up:

collocation

Gain heat or get hot

phrasal verb

To make something warm or hot

Usage examples:

Let's see what happens when i heat it up., with the political climate heating up, we can expect to …

Heat-rash

ˈhiːt ˌræʃ

Meanings of Heat-rash:

noun

A condition in which the skin feels uncomfortable and is covered with red spots

Meanings of Heated:

adjective

Made warm or hot.

Usage examples:

A heated swimming pool
verb

Make or become hot or warm.

Usage examples:

The room faces north and is difficult to heat

Heatedly

ˈhiː.tɪd.li

Meanings of Heatedly:

adverb

In an excited or angry way

Heater

ˈhiː.tər

Meanings of Heater:

noun

A device for warming the air or water.

Usage examples:

A wall-mounted electric heater

Heaters

ˈhiː.tər

Meanings of Heaters:

noun

A device for warming the air or water.

Usage examples:

A wall-mounted electric heater

Heath

hiːθ

Meanings of Heath:

noun

An area of open uncultivated land, typically on acid sandy soil, with characteristic vegetation of heather, gorse, and coarse grasses.

Usage examples:

Horses were being exercised on the heath

Heathen

ˈhiː.ðən

Meanings of Heathen:

noun

A person who does not belong to a widely held religion (especially one who is not a christian, jew, or muslim) as regarded by those who do.

Usage examples:

My brother and i were raised, as my grandma puts it, as heathens
adjective

Relating to heathens.

Usage examples:

Heathen practices

Meanings of Heathens:

noun

A person who does not belong to a widely held religion (especially one who is not a christian, jew, or muslim) as regarded by those who do.

Usage examples:

My brother and i were raised, as my grandma puts it, as heathens
adjective

Relating to heathens.

Usage examples:

Heathen practices

Meanings of Heather:

noun

A purple-flowered eurasian heath that grows abundantly on moorland and heathland. many ornamental varieties have been developed.

Usage examples:

Rhododendrons, most heathers, camellias, pieris, skimmia, citrus and many others must have acid soil.

Heathers

ˈheð.ər

Meanings of Heathers:

noun

A purple-flowered eurasian heath that grows abundantly on moorland and heathland. many ornamental varieties have been developed.

Usage examples:

Rhododendrons, most heathers, camellias, pieris, skimmia, citrus and many others must have acid soil.

Heathland

ˈhiːθ.lənd

Meanings of Heathland:

noun

An area of heath

Meanings of Heaths:

noun

An area of open uncultivated land, typically on acid sandy soil, with characteristic vegetation of heather, gorse, and coarse grasses.

Usage examples:

Horses were being exercised on the heath

Heating

ˈhiː.tɪŋ

Meanings of Heating:

noun

Equipment or devices used to provide heat, especially to a building.

Usage examples:

We had no heating in our bedrooms
verb

Make or become hot or warm.

Usage examples:

The room faces north and is difficult to heat

Heatproof

ˈhiːtpruːf

Meanings of Heatproof:

adjective

Able to resist great heat.

Usage examples:

A heavy heatproof casserole

Heats

hiːt

Meanings of Heats:

noun

The quality of being hot; high temperature.

Usage examples:

The fierce heat of the sun
verb

Make or become hot or warm.

Usage examples:

The room faces north and is difficult to heat

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