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Meanings of Hudibrastic:

adjective

(of language or verse) in the style of hudibras, a mock-heroic satirical poem by samuel butler, published 1663–78.

Usage examples:

A hudibrastic dialogue ridiculing various systems of philosophy

Hudson

ˌhʌd.sən ˈbeɪ

Meanings of Hudson:

noun

A large body of water in northern canada that is part of the arctic ocean

Usage examples:

Its purposes were to develop the fur trade around hudson bay and to search for the northwest passag…

Meanings of Hudsonia:

adjective

Relating to hudson bay and the surrounding land.

Usage examples:

The breeding range of the hudsonian godwit is perhaps best described as enigmatic.

Hudsonian

hʌdˈsəʊnɪən

Meanings of Hudsonian:

adjective

Relating to hudson bay and the surrounding land.

Usage examples:

The breeding range of the hudsonian godwit is perhaps best described as enigmatic.

Hue

hjuː

Meanings of Hue:

noun

A colour or shade.

Usage examples:

The water is the deepest hue of aquamarine
proper noun

A city in central vietnam; population 233,800 (est. 2009).

Meanings of Hue-and-cry:

idiom

A noisy expression of public anger or disapproval

Usage examples:

Great hue and cry there has been a great hue and cry about the council's plans to close the school.

Meanings of Hued:

adjective

Having a colour or colours of the specified type.

Usage examples:

She embellishes her stunning, brightly hued costumes with gold and silver

Hues

hjuː

Meanings of Hues:

noun

A colour or shade.

Usage examples:

The water is the deepest hue of aquamarine
proper noun

A city in central vietnam; population 233,800 (est. 2009).

Meanings of Huey:

noun

An imaginary being held to be responsible for the weather.

Usage examples:

More rain next week please, hughie!

Huff

hʌf

Meanings of Huff:

verb

Blow out air loudly on account of exertion.

Usage examples:

He was huffing under a heavy load
noun

A fit of petty annoyance.

Usage examples:

She walked off in a huff

Meanings of Huff-and-puff:

idiom

To breathe loudly, usually after physical exercise

Usage examples:

We were huffing and puffing by the time we'd climbed to the top of the hill., they huffed and puffe…

Huffed

hʌf

Meanings of Huffed:

verb

Blow out air loudly on account of exertion.

Usage examples:

He was huffing under a heavy load
noun

A fit of petty annoyance.

Usage examples:

She walked off in a huff

Huffier

ˈhʌf.i

Meanings of Huffier:

adjective

Annoyed or irritated and quick to take offence at petty things.

Usage examples:

Ask writers for more than a second draft and they get huffy

Huffiest

ˈhʌf.i

Meanings of Huffiest:

adjective

Annoyed or irritated and quick to take offence at petty things.

Usage examples:

Ask writers for more than a second draft and they get huffy

Huffily

ˈhʌf.əl.i

Meanings of Huffily:

adverb

In an angry and offended way, especially when this is unreasonable

Usage examples:

She warned huffily against compromising on critical issues., "i didn't come here to talk about that…

Huffs

hʌf

Meanings of Huffs:

verb

Blow out air loudly on account of exertion.

Usage examples:

He was huffing under a heavy load
noun

A fit of petty annoyance.

Usage examples:

She walked off in a huff

Meanings of Hug:

verb

Squeeze (someone) tightly in one's arms, typically to express affection.

Usage examples:

He hugged her close to him
noun

An act of holding someone tightly in one's arms, typically to express affection.

Usage examples:

There were hugs and tears as they were reunited

Meanings of Huge:

adjective

Extremely large; enormous.

Usage examples:

A huge area

Hugely

ˈhjuːdʒ.li

Meanings of Hugely:

adverb

Very much; to a very great extent.

Usage examples:

A hugely expensive house

Meanings of Hugest:

adjective

Extremely large; enormous.

Usage examples:

A huge area

Huggable

ˈhʌɡ.ə.bəl

Meanings of Huggable:

adjective

Someone or something that is huggable makes you want to hug him, her, or it

Usage examples:

He's so huggable!

Hugged

hʌɡ

Meanings of Hugged:

verb

Squeeze (someone) tightly in one's arms, typically to express affection.

Usage examples:

He hugged her close to him
noun

An act of holding someone tightly in one's arms, typically to express affection.

Usage examples:

There were hugs and tears as they were reunited

Past simple and past participle of hug

Hugger

ˈhʌɡ.ər

Meanings of Hugger:

noun

A person who gives hugs or is fond of hugging.

Usage examples:

I can remember a few close friends who were particularly good huggers

Hugger-mugger

ˈhʌɡ.əˌmʌɡ.ər

Meanings of Hugger-mugger:

adverb

In a confused, untidy way that lacks order

Usage examples:

The paintings were hung hugger-mugger on the walls., i grew up with eight siblings all living hugge…

Huggermugger

ˈhʌɡəmʌɡə

Meanings of Huggermugger:

noun

Confused; disorderly.

Usage examples:

A spirit of careless frivolity where all was hugger-mugger

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