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Husbandly

ˈhʌzbəndli

Meanings of Husbandly:

adjective

Characteristic of or relating to the role of a husband.

Usage examples:

She leaves their home, releasing him of all husbandly duties

Husbandman

ˈhʌzbən(d)mən

Meanings of Husbandman:

noun

A person who cultivates the land; a farmer.

Usage examples:

Labourers are they who provide us with sustenance, the ploughmen and husbandmen devoted to that alo…

Husbandmen

ˈhʌzbən(d)mən

Meanings of Husbandmen:

noun

A person who cultivates the land; a farmer.

Usage examples:

Labourers are they who provide us with sustenance, the ploughmen and husbandmen devoted to that alo…

Husbandry

ˈhʌz.bən.dri

Meanings of Husbandry:

noun

The care, cultivation, and breeding of crops and animals.

Usage examples:

All aspects of animal husbandry

Husbands

ˈhʌz.bənd

Meanings of Husbands:

noun

A married man considered in relation to his spouse.

Usage examples:

She and her husband are both retired
verb

Use (resources) economically.

Usage examples:

She husbanded their financial resources through difficult times

Meanings of Husbandship:

noun

The state or fact of being a husband; the office or status of husband; husbandly conduct or duty.

Hush

hʌʃ

Meanings of Hush:

verb

Make (someone) be quiet or stop talking.

Usage examples:

He placed a finger before pursed lips to hush her
noun

A silence.

Usage examples:

A hush descended over the crowd

Hush up

hʌʃ

Meanings of Hush up:

phrasal verb

To prevent something from becoming known

Usage examples:

The mayor tried to hush up the fact that he had been in prison.

Hush-hush

ˌhʌʃˈhʌʃ

Meanings of Hush-hush:

adjective

Infml secret

Usage examples:

I can’t tell you anything about it – it’s all hush-hush.

Hush-money

ˈhʌʃ ˌmʌn.i

Meanings of Hush-money:

noun

Money that is given to someone so that they will not give secret information to other people

Usage examples:

His secretary claims he offered her hush money to keep quiet about the affair.

Meanings of Hushaby:

exclamation

Used to lull a child.

Hushed

hʌʃ

Meanings of Hushed:

adjective

(of a place) very quiet and still.

Usage examples:

He addressed the hushed courtroom
verb

Make (someone) be quiet or stop talking.

Usage examples:

He placed a finger before pursed lips to hush her

Hushes

hʌʃ

Meanings of Hushes:

verb

Make (someone) be quiet or stop talking.

Usage examples:

He placed a finger before pursed lips to hush her
noun

A silence.

Usage examples:

A hush descended over the crowd

Meanings of Hushing:

verb

Make (someone) be quiet or stop talking.

Usage examples:

He placed a finger before pursed lips to hush her
noun

A silence.

Usage examples:

A hush descended over the crowd
phrasal verb

To prevent something from becoming known

Usage examples:

The mayor tried to hush up the fact that he had been in prison.

Meanings of Hushing-up:

phrasal verb

To prevent something from becoming known

Usage examples:

The mayor tried to hush up the fact that he had been in prison.

Meanings of Hushpuppies:

noun

Lightweight casual shoes made of soft suede or leather.

Meanings of Hushpuppy:

noun

Lightweight casual shoes made of soft suede or leather.

Husk

hʌsk

Meanings of Husk:

noun

The dry outer covering of some fruits or seeds.

Usage examples:

The fibrous husk of the coconut
verb

Remove the husk or husks from.

Usage examples:

They set up mills to husk the rice

Meanings of Huskanaw:

noun

Among certain north american indian peoples of virginia and north carolina: an initiation period or ritual in which adolescents are prepared for adulthood by means of solitary confinement, fasting, and the use of narcotics, usually undergone by boys, but also in some cases by girls.

verb

To subject (a person) to a huskanaw, an initiation ritual practised by certain north american indian peoples of virginia and north carolina.

Meanings of Husked:

verb

Remove the husk or husks from.

Usage examples:

They set up mills to husk the rice
noun

The dry outer covering of some fruits or seeds.

Usage examples:

The fibrous husk of the coconut

Huskier

ˈhʌs.ki

Meanings of Huskier:

adjective

(of a voice or utterance) sounding low-pitched and slightly hoarse.

Usage examples:

His voice became a husky, erotic whisper
noun

A powerful dog of a breed with a thick double coat which is typically grey, used in the arctic for pulling sledges.

Usage examples:

Similarly, a trip to where the huskies are bred and trained to pull sleighs takes you right to the …

Meanings of Huskies:

noun

A powerful dog of a breed with a thick double coat which is typically grey, used in the arctic for pulling sledges.

Usage examples:

Similarly, a trip to where the huskies are bred and trained to pull sleighs takes you right to the …
adjective

(of a voice or utterance) sounding low-pitched and slightly hoarse.

Usage examples:

His voice became a husky, erotic whisper

Huskiest

ˈhʌs.ki

Meanings of Huskiest:

adjective

(of a voice or utterance) sounding low-pitched and slightly hoarse.

Usage examples:

His voice became a husky, erotic whisper
noun

A powerful dog of a breed with a thick double coat which is typically grey, used in the arctic for pulling sledges.

Usage examples:

Similarly, a trip to where the huskies are bred and trained to pull sleighs takes you right to the …

Husking

hʌsk

Meanings of Husking:

verb

Remove the husk or husks from.

Usage examples:

They set up mills to husk the rice
noun

The dry outer covering of some fruits or seeds.

Usage examples:

The fibrous husk of the coconut

Husks

hʌsk

Meanings of Husks:

noun

The dry outer covering of some fruits or seeds.

Usage examples:

The fibrous husk of the coconut
verb

Remove the husk or husks from.

Usage examples:

They set up mills to husk the rice

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