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Hurler

ˈhəːlə

Meanings of Hurler:

noun

A baseball pitcher.

Usage examples:

Sunday's dominance wasn't just a one-off thing for the veteran hurler

Hurlers

ˈhəːlə

Meanings of Hurlers:

noun

A baseball pitcher.

Usage examples:

Sunday's dominance wasn't just a one-off thing for the veteran hurler

Hurley

ˈhɜː.li

Meanings of Hurley:

noun

A stick used in the game of hurling.

Usage examples:

Hurling is played with much larger sticks called hurleys and players are allowed to hit the ball in…

Meanings of Hurleys:

noun

A stick used in the game of hurling.

Usage examples:

Hurling is played with much larger sticks called hurleys and players are allowed to hit the ball in…

Hurling

həːl

Meanings of Hurling:

noun

An irish game resembling hockey, played with a shorter stick with a broader oval blade. it is the national game of ireland and may date back to the 2nd millennium bc.

Usage examples:

Gaelic football and hurling have been arousing irish passions for a long, long time.
verb

Throw or impel (someone or something) with great force.

Usage examples:

Rioters hurled a brick through the windscreen

Hurls

hɜːl

Meanings of Hurls:

verb

Throw or impel (someone or something) with great force.

Usage examples:

Rioters hurled a brick through the windscreen
noun

A ride in a vehicle; a lift.

Usage examples:

Hey pal, any chance of a hurl?

Meanings of Hurly:

noun

Noisy activity

Usage examples:

We got tired of the hurly-burly of city life, so we moved to the country.

Hurly-burly

ˈhɜː.liˌbɜː.li

Meanings of Hurly-burly:

noun

Noisy activity

Usage examples:

Hurly-burly of we got tired of the hurly-burly of city life, so we moved to the country.

Huron

ˈhjʊərɒn

Meanings of Huron:

noun

A member of a confederation of native north american peoples formerly living in the region east of lake huron and now settled mainly in oklahoma and quebec.

Usage examples:

The condolence ceremony for mourning is an important event in iroquois society and is influenced by…
adjective

Relating to the huron or their language.

Usage examples:

The huron word orenda, for example, is a complex word that is similar to the notion of prayer but i…

Meanings of Huronian:

adjective

Designating a series of (chiefly sedimentary) rocks occurring in south-eastern canada and the processes and periods in which they were formed; of or relating to these rocks or their formation. in later use chiefly with reference to a series of glaciations during which some of these rocks were laid down, or the era of the proterozoic (2400 to 2100 million years ago approx.) when this occurred.

noun

With the. the huronian series of rocks; the huronian era.

Meanings of Hurrah:

exclamation

Used to express joy or approval.

Usage examples:

Hurrah! she's here at last!
noun

An utterance of the word ‘hurrah

Usage examples:

They gave us a loud hurrah as we went by
verb

An utterance of the word ‘hurrah’.

Usage examples:

They gave us a loud hurrah as we went by

Hurrahed

hʊˈrɑː

Meanings of Hurrahed:

verb

Shout ‘hurrah’.

Usage examples:

We waved our swords and hurrahed
exclamation

Used to express joy or approval.

Usage examples:

This book has won all sorts of prizes. hooray!

Hurrahing

hʊˈrɑː

Meanings of Hurrahing:

verb

Shout ‘hurrah’.

Usage examples:

We waved our swords and hurrahed
exclamation

Used to express joy or approval.

Usage examples:

This book has won all sorts of prizes. hooray!

Hurrahs

hʊˈrɑː

Meanings of Hurrahs:

verb

An utterance of the word ‘hurrah’.

Usage examples:

They gave us a loud hurrah as we went by
exclamation

Used to express joy or approval.

Usage examples:

This book has won all sorts of prizes. hooray!

Meanings of Hurray:

exclamation

Used to express joy or approval.

Usage examples:

Hurrah! she's here at last!
noun

An utterance of the word ‘hurrah

Usage examples:

They gave us a loud hurrah as we went by
verb

An utterance of the word ‘hurrah’.

Usage examples:

They gave us a loud hurrah as we went by

Hurrayed

hʊˈrɑː

Meanings of Hurrayed:

verb

Shout ‘hurrah’.

Usage examples:

We waved our swords and hurrahed
exclamation

Used to express joy or approval.

Usage examples:

This book has won all sorts of prizes. hooray!

Meanings of Hurraying:

verb

Shout ‘hurrah’.

Usage examples:

We waved our swords and hurrahed
exclamation

Used to express joy or approval.

Usage examples:

This book has won all sorts of prizes. hooray!

Meanings of Hurrays:

verb

An utterance of the word ‘hurrah’.

Usage examples:

They gave us a loud hurrah as we went by
exclamation

Used to express joy or approval.

Usage examples:

This book has won all sorts of prizes. hooray!

Hurri

ˈhʌri

Meanings of Hurri:

plural noun

The hurrian people collectively.

Hurrian

ˈhʌrɪən

Meanings of Hurrian:

noun

A member of an ancient people, originally from armenia, who settled in syria and northern mesopotamia during the 3rd–2nd millennia bc and were later absorbed by the hittites and assyrians.

Usage examples:

In the second half of the 8th century, tiglath-pileser iii pushed his frontiers south to the persia…
adjective

Relating to the hurrians or their language.

Usage examples:

The charioteers, who bore the hurrian title mariyannu, were an élite group given special privileges.

Hurricane

ˈhʌr.ɪ.kən

Meanings of Hurricane:

noun

A storm with a violent wind, in particular a tropical cyclone in the caribbean.

Usage examples:

A powerful hurricane hit the florida coast
proper noun

A single-seat, single-engined british fighter aircraft of the second world war, produced by the hawker company and remembered in particular for its role in the battle of britain along with the spitfire.

Hurricanes

ˈhʌr.ɪ.kən

Meanings of Hurricanes:

noun

A storm with a violent wind, in particular a tropical cyclone in the caribbean.

Usage examples:

A powerful hurricane hit the florida coast
proper noun

A single-seat, single-engined british fighter aircraft of the second world war, produced by the hawker company and remembered in particular for its role in the battle of britain along with the spitfire.

Hurried

ˈhʌri

Meanings of Hurried:

adjective

Done in a hurry; rushed.

Usage examples:

I ate a hurried breakfast
verb

Move or act with great haste.

Usage examples:

We'd better hurry

Hurriedly

ˈhʌr.id.li

Meanings of Hurriedly:

adverb

In a quick or rushed manner.

Usage examples:

He hurriedly packed his things and left

Hurries

ˈhʌr.i

Meanings of Hurries:

verb

Move or act with great haste.

Usage examples:

We'd better hurry
noun

Great haste.

Usage examples:

In my hurry to leave i knocked over a pile of books

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