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Meanings of Hoarfrosts:

noun

A white layer of pieces of ice like needles that forms on objects outside when it is very cold

Hoarier

ˈhɔː.ri

Meanings of Hoarier:

adjective

Greyish white.

Usage examples:

Hoary cobwebs

Hoariest

ˈhɔː.ri

Meanings of Hoariest:

adjective

Greyish white.

Usage examples:

Hoary cobwebs

Hoarse

hɔːs

Meanings of Hoarse:

adjective

(of a person's voice) sounding rough and harsh, typically as the result of a sore throat or of shouting.

Usage examples:

A hoarse whisper

Hoarsely

ˈhɔːs.li

Meanings of Hoarsely:

adverb

In a rough voice, often because of a sore throat or a cold

Usage examples:

He speaks softly, slowly and a little hoarsely., "i've got a throat infection," he said hoarsely.

Meanings of Hoarsen:

verb

(with reference to a person's voice) make or become rough and harsh-sounding.

Usage examples:

A voice strangled and hoarsened by fear

Hoarsened

ˈhɔːsn

Meanings of Hoarsened:

verb

(with reference to a person's voice) make or become rough and harsh-sounding.

Usage examples:

A voice strangled and hoarsened by fear

Meanings of Hoarseness:

noun

The quality of a person's voice when it sounds rough, often because of a sore throat or a cold

Usage examples:

Her symptoms include difficulty breathing and hoarseness., people who talk or sing for a living are…

Hoarsening

ˈhɔːsn

Meanings of Hoarsening:

verb

(with reference to a person's voice) make or become rough and harsh-sounding.

Usage examples:

A voice strangled and hoarsened by fear

Hoarsens

ˈhɔːsn

Meanings of Hoarsens:

verb

(with reference to a person's voice) make or become rough and harsh-sounding.

Usage examples:

A voice strangled and hoarsened by fear

Hoarser

hɔːs

Meanings of Hoarser:

adjective

(of a person's voice) sounding rough and harsh, typically as the result of a sore throat or of shouting.

Usage examples:

A hoarse whisper

Hoarsest

hɔːs

Meanings of Hoarsest:

adjective

(of a person's voice) sounding rough and harsh, typically as the result of a sore throat or of shouting.

Usage examples:

A hoarse whisper

Hoarstone

ˈhɔːstəʊn

Meanings of Hoarstone:

noun

(now only in place names) an ancient boundary stone.

Meanings of Hoatzins:

noun

A large tree-dwelling tropical american bird with weak flight. young hoatzins have hooked claws on their wings, enabling them to climb about among the branches.

Usage examples:

All these animals had acquired adaptations for quadrupedal climbing similar to those of the modern …

Hoax

həʊks

Meanings of Hoax:

noun

A humorous or malicious deception.

Usage examples:

The evidence had been planted as part of an elaborate hoax
verb

Trick or deceive (someone).

Usage examples:

I now have reason to believe that in unraveling a hoax i was hoaxed myself.

Hoaxed

həʊks

Meanings of Hoaxed:

verb

Trick or deceive (someone).

Usage examples:

I now have reason to believe that in unraveling a hoax i was hoaxed myself.
noun

A humorous or malicious deception.

Usage examples:

The evidence had been planted as part of an elaborate hoax

Hoaxer

ˈhəʊk.sər

Meanings of Hoaxer:

noun

A person who tricks or deceives someone by means of a hoax.

Usage examples:

The hoaxer claimed her mother was trapped in a burning flat

Meanings of Hoaxers:

noun

A person who tricks or deceives someone by means of a hoax.

Usage examples:

The hoaxer claimed her mother was trapped in a burning flat

Hoaxes

həʊks

Meanings of Hoaxes:

noun

A humorous or malicious deception.

Usage examples:

The evidence had been planted as part of an elaborate hoax
verb

Trick or deceive (someone).

Usage examples:

I now have reason to believe that in unraveling a hoax i was hoaxed myself.

Hoaxing

həʊks

Meanings of Hoaxing:

verb

Trick or deceive (someone).

Usage examples:

I now have reason to believe that in unraveling a hoax i was hoaxed myself.
noun

A humorous or malicious deception.

Usage examples:

The evidence had been planted as part of an elaborate hoax

Hob

hɒb

Meanings of Hob:

noun

A cooking appliance, or the flat top part of a cooker, with hotplates or burners.

Usage examples:

The oil needs to be heated in the oven or on the hob

Hobbesian

ˈhɒbzɪən

Meanings of Hobbesian:

adjective

Relating to or characteristic of the english philosopher thomas hobbes or his ideas.

Usage examples:

A hobbesian state of nature
noun

A person who supports the theories of the english philosopher thomas hobbes.

Usage examples:

If he was a hobbesian, he certainly kept quiet about it

Hobbies

ˈhɒb.i

Meanings of Hobbies:

noun

An activity done regularly in one's leisure time for pleasure.

Usage examples:

Her hobbies are reading and gardening

Hobbit

ˈhɒb.ɪt

Meanings of Hobbit:

noun

A member of an imaginary race similar to humans, of small size and with hairy feet, in stories by j. r. r. tolkien.

Usage examples:

In middle earth, there live humans, and hobbits, which are very much similar to miniature people.

Meanings of Hobble:

verb

Walk in an awkward way, typically because of pain from an injury.

Usage examples:

He was hobbling around on crutches
noun

An awkward way of walking, typically due to pain from an injury.

Usage examples:

He finished the match almost reduced to a hobble

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