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haggard having a very tired, worried, or wasted look.
haiku a Japanese verse form made of three lines, or any poem written in this form. The first line has five syllables, followed by a line of seven syllables, then another line of five.
hail1 to welcome or greet. [4 definitions]
hail2 round pieces of frozen rain or a storm of this frozen rain. [4 definitions]
hail from to have as one's place of birth or residence; come from.
hair a thin, thread-like strand that grows from the skin of humans and other mammals. [3 definitions]
haircut the act or process of cutting hair. [2 definitions]
hairdo the style or shape in which hair is arranged.
hairpin a metal pin in the shape of a U, used to keep hair in place or to attach something to the hair. [2 definitions]
hairstyle a particular way that a person wears their hair, or a particular way that is or was in fashion at one time.
hairy covered with or having a lot of hair.
Haiti a country on an island in the West Indies in the Caribbean Sea. Port-au-Prince is the capital of Haiti. Haiti shares the island with the Dominican Republic.
half one of two equal parts of a whole. [5 definitions]
half brother a male who is a brother through one parent only.
halfhearted done with or showing little interest or enthusiasm.
half-mast a point halfway down a flagpole. A flag is flown at half-mast as a sign of respect or sorrow when someone has died or, on a ship, as a signal of great need or trouble.
half sister a female who is a sister through one parent only.
half step an interval in music that is halfway between two notes.
half time the rest period between the two halves of football and basketball games and certain other sports events.
halfway to or at the middle point between two ends or conditions. [4 definitions]
halibut a flatfish that lives in the northern Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Halibut are used for food.