Webster's Unabridged Dictionary - Letter H - Page 14

Hate (n.) To be very unwilling; followed by an infinitive, or a substantive clause with that; as, to hate to get into debt; to hate that anything should be wasted.

Hate (n.) To love less, relatively.

Hate (v.) Strong aversion coupled with desire that evil should befall the person toward whom the feeling is directed; as exercised toward things, intense dislike; hatred; detestation; -- opposed to love.

Hateful (a.) Manifesting hate or hatred; malignant; malevolent.

Hateful (a.) Exciting or deserving great dislike, aversion, or disgust; odious.

Hatel (a.) Hateful; detestable.

Hater (n.) One who hates.

Hath (3d pers. sing. pres.) Has.

Hatless (a.) Having no hat.

Hatrack (n.) A hatstand; hattree.

Hatred (n.) Strong aversion; intense dislike; hate; an affection of the mind awakened by something regarded as evil.

Hatstand (n.) A stand of wood or iron, with hooks or pegs upon which to hang hats, etc.

Hatte () pres. & imp. sing. & pl. of Hote, to be called. See Hote.

Hatted (a.) Covered with a hat.

Hatter (v. t.) To tire or worry; -- out.

Hatter (n.) One who makes or sells hats.

Hatteria (n.) A New Zealand lizard, which, in anatomical character, differs widely from all other existing lizards. It is the only living representative of the order Rhynchocephala, of which many Mesozoic fossil species are known; -- called also Sphenodon, and Tuatera.

Hatting (n.) The business of making hats; also, stuff for hats.

Hatti-sherif (n.) A irrevocable Turkish decree countersigned by the sultan.

Hattree (n.) A hatstand.

Haubergeon (n.) See Habergeon.

Hauberk (v. t.) A coat of mail; especially, the long coat of mail of the European Middle Ages, as contrasted with the habergeon, which is shorter and sometimes sleeveless. By old writers it is often used synonymously with habergeon. See Habergeon.

Hauerite (n.) Native sulphide of manganese a reddish brown or brownish black mineral.

Haugh (n.) A low-lying meadow by the side of a river.

Haught (a.) High; elevated; hence, haughty; proud.

Haughtily (adv.) In a haughty manner; arrogantly.

Haughtiness (n.) The quality of being haughty; disdain; arrogance.

Haughty (superl.) High; lofty; bold.

Haughty (superl.) Disdainfully or contemptuously proud; arrogant; overbearing.

Haughty (superl.) Indicating haughtiness; as, a haughty carriage.

Hauled (imp. & p. p.) of Haul

Hauling (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Haul

Haul (v. t.) To pull or draw with force; to drag.

Haul (v. t.) To transport by drawing, as with horses or oxen; as, to haul logs to a sawmill.

Haul (v. i.) To change the direction of a ship by hauling the wind. See under Haul, v. t.

Haul (v. t.) To pull apart, as oxen sometimes do when yoked.

Haul (n.) A pulling with force; a violent pull.

Haul (n.) A single draught of a net; as, to catch a hundred fish at a haul.

Haul (n.) That which is caught, taken, or gained at once, as by hauling a net.

Haul (n.) Transportation by hauling; the distance through which anything is hauled, as freight in a railroad car; as, a long haul or short haul.

Haul (n.) A bundle of about four hundred threads, to be tarred.

Haulage (n.) Act of hauling; as, the haulage of cars by an engine; charge for hauling.

Hauler (n.) One who hauls.

Haulm (n.) The denuded stems or stalks of such crops as buckwheat and the cereal grains, beans, etc.; straw.

Haulm (n.) A part of a harness; a hame.

Hauls (n.) See Hals.

Haulse (v.) See Halse.

Hault (a.) Lofty; haughty.

Haum (n.) See Haulm, stalk.

Haunce (v. t.) To enhance.

Haunch (n.) The hip; the projecting region of the lateral parts of the pelvis and the hip joint; the hind part.

Haunch (n.) Of meats: The leg and loin taken together; as, a haunch of venison.

Haunched (a.) Having haunches.

Haunted (imp. & p. p.) of Haunt

Haunting (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Haunt

Haunt (v. t.) To frequent; to resort to frequently; to visit pertinaciously or intrusively; to intrude upon.

Haunt (v. t.) To inhabit or frequent as a specter; to visit as a ghost or apparition.

Haunt (v. t.) To practice; to devote one's self to.

Haunt (v. t.) To accustom; to habituate.

Haunt (v. i.) To persist in staying or visiting.

Haunt (n.) A place to which one frequently resorts; as, drinking saloons are the haunts of tipplers; a den is the haunt of wild beasts.

Haunt (n.) The habit of resorting to a place.

Haunt (n.) Practice; skill.

Haunted (a.) Inhabited by, or subject to the visits of, apparitions; frequented by a ghost.

Haunter (n.) One who, or that which, haunts.

Haurient (a.) In pale, with the head in chief; -- said of the figure of a fish, as if rising for air.

Hausen (n.) A large sturgeon (Acipenser huso) from the region of the Black Sea. It is sometimes twelve feet long.

Hausse (n.) A kind of graduated breech sight for a small arm, or a cannon.

Haustellata (n. pl.) An artificial division of insects, including all those with a sucking proboscis.

Haustellate (a.) Provided with a haustellum, or sucking proboscis.

Haustellate (n.) One of the Haustellata.

Haustella (pl. ) of Haustellum

Haustellum (n.) The sucking proboscis of various insects. See Lepidoptera, and Diptera.

Haustoria (pl. ) of Haustorium

Haustorium (n.) One of the suckerlike rootlets of such plants as the dodder and ivy.

Haut (a.) Haughty.

Hautboy (n.) A wind instrument, sounded through a reed, and similar in shape to the clarinet, but with a thinner tone. Now more commonly called oboe. See Illust. of Oboe.

Hautboy (n.) A sort of strawberry (Fragaria elatior).

Hautboyist (n.) A player on the hautboy.

Hautein (a.) Haughty; proud.

Hautein (a.) High; -- said of the voice or flight of birds.

Hauteur (n.) Haughty manner or spirit; haughtiness; pride; arrogance.

Hautgout (n.) High relish or flavor; high seasoning.

Hautpas (n.) A raised part of the floor of a large room; a platform for a raised table or throne. See Dais.

Hauynite (n.) A blue isometric mineral, characteristic of some volcani/ rocks. It is a silicate of alumina, lime, and soda, with sulphate of lime.

Havana (a.) Of or pertaining to Havana, the capital of the island of Cuba; as, an Havana cigar

Havana (n.) An Havana cigar.

Havanese (a.) Of or pertaining to Havana, in Cuba.

Havanese (n. sing. & pl.) A native or inhabitant, or the people, of Havana.

Had (imp. & p. p.) of Have

Having (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Have

have (Indic. present) of Have

hast () of Have

has () of Have

have () of Have

Have (v. t.) To hold in possession or control; to own; as, he has a farm.

Have (v. t.) To possess, as something which appertains to, is connected with, or affects, one.

Have (v. t.) To accept possession of; to take or accept.

Have (v. t.) To get possession of; to obtain; to get.

Have (v. t.) To cause or procure to be; to effect; to exact; to desire; to require.

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