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Meanings of Honourer:

noun

A person who honours someone or something. in early use: specifically †a worshipper (obsolete).

Meanings of Honourers:

noun

A person who honours someone or something. in early use: specifically †a worshipper (obsolete).

Meanings of Honouring:

verb

Regard with great respect.

Usage examples:

They honoured their parents in all they did
noun

High respect; great esteem.

Usage examples:

His portrait hangs in the place of honour

Meanings of Honourless:

adjective

Without honour; unworthy of honour; not honoured or respected.

Honours

ˈɒn.ər

Meanings of Honours:

noun

High respect; great esteem.

Usage examples:

His portrait hangs in the place of honour
verb

Regard with great respect.

Usage examples:

They honoured their parents in all they did

Hoo

ˈhuː ˌbɔɪ

Meanings of Hoo:

exclamation

Used to express excitement, worry, disappointment, etc. or to emphasize something

Usage examples:

"hoo boy," he said, taking it all in. "this is a different world.", hoo boy, this could be awkward.

Hoo-ha

ˈhuː.hɑː

Meanings of Hoo-ha:

noun

An occasion when there is too much interest in or discussion about something that is not important

Usage examples:

One of the tabloids published the pictures and they caused a great hoo-ha.

Hooch

huːtʃ

Meanings of Hooch:

noun

Alcoholic drink, especially inferior or illicit whisky.

Usage examples:

The government was also forced to admit that illicit hooch was being brewed in aarey colony, a rese…

Hooches

huːtʃ

Meanings of Hooches:

noun

A shelter or improvised dwelling.

Usage examples:

The hooches are 12 wooden huts where airmen live.

Hoochie

ˈhuː.tʃi

Meanings of Hoochie:

noun

An insulting word for a woman who has had a lot of sexual partners

Hood

hʊd

Meanings of Hood:

noun

A covering for the head and neck with an opening for the face, typically forming part of a coat or cloak.

Usage examples:

A jacket with a detachable hood
verb

Put a hood on or over.

Usage examples:

She was forced into a car, hooded, and taken to a cell
suffix

Forming nouns denoting a condition or quality.

Usage examples:

Falsehood

Hoodie

ˈhʊd.i

Meanings of Hoodie:

noun

A hooded sweatshirt, jacket, or other top.

Usage examples:

Sporty track pants and lurex-striped hoodies

Hoodies

ˈhʊd.i

Meanings of Hoodies:

noun

A hooded sweatshirt, jacket, or other top.

Usage examples:

Sporty track pants and lurex-striped hoodies

Meanings of Hooding:

verb

Put a hood on or over.

Usage examples:

She was forced into a car, hooded, and taken to a cell
noun

A covering for the head and neck with an opening for the face, typically forming part of a coat or cloak.

Usage examples:

A jacket with a detachable hood

Hoodlum

ˈhuːd.ləm

Meanings of Hoodlum:

noun

A person who engages in crime and violence; a hooligan or gangster.

Usage examples:

They were the ‘professional’ gangsters of new york, hoodlums and racketeers

Meanings of Hoodlums:

noun

A person who engages in crime and violence; a hooligan or gangster.

Usage examples:

They were the ‘professional’ gangsters of new york, hoodlums and racketeers

Hoodoo

ˈhuː.duː

Meanings of Hoodoo:

noun

A run of bad luck associated with a particular person, group, or activity.

Usage examples:

The hoodoo continued on saturday as city went down 1–0
verb

Bewitch.

Usage examples:

She's hoodooed you

Hoodooed

ˈhuːduː

Meanings of Hoodooed:

verb

Bewitch.

Usage examples:

She's hoodooed you
noun

A run of bad luck associated with a particular person, group, or activity.

Usage examples:

The hoodoo continued on saturday as city went down 1–0

Hoodooing

ˈhuːduː

Meanings of Hoodooing:

verb

Bewitch.

Usage examples:

She's hoodooed you
noun

A run of bad luck associated with a particular person, group, or activity.

Usage examples:

The hoodoo continued on saturday as city went down 1–0

Meanings of Hoodoos:

noun

A run of bad luck associated with a particular person, group, or activity.

Usage examples:

The hoodoo continued on saturday as city went down 1–0
verb

Bewitch.

Usage examples:

She's hoodooed you

Hoods

hʊd

Meanings of Hoods:

noun

A covering for the head and neck with an opening for the face, typically forming part of a coat or cloak.

Usage examples:

A jacket with a detachable hood
verb

Put a hood on or over.

Usage examples:

She was forced into a car, hooded, and taken to a cell

Hoodwink

ˈhʊd.wɪŋk

Meanings of Hoodwink:

verb

Deceive or trick.

Usage examples:

Staff were hoodwinked into thinking the cucumber was a sawn-off shotgun

Hoodwinked

ˈhʊd.wɪŋk

Meanings of Hoodwinked:

verb

Deceive or trick.

Usage examples:

Staff were hoodwinked into thinking the cucumber was a sawn-off shotgun

Hoodwinker

ˈhʊdwɪŋkə

Meanings of Hoodwinker:

noun

A person who deceives or tricks someone.

Usage examples:

The former ceo will be remembered as one of the great corporate hoodwinkers

Meanings of Hoodwinking:

verb

Deceive or trick.

Usage examples:

Staff were hoodwinked into thinking the cucumber was a sawn-off shotgun

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