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hazy marked or clouded by haze; misty. [2 definitions]
H-bomb a very powerful bomb that releases energy by nuclear fusion. "H-bomb" is short for hydrogen bomb.
He symbol of the chemical element helium.
he1 the male human being or animal that is being discussed or was recently referred to. [3 definitions]
head the top or leading part of an animal body. In vertebrates the head contains the brain, eyes, nose, ears, and mouth. In invertebrates, the head contains eyes, mouth parts, and other organs. [10 definitions]
headache a pain in the head. [2 definitions]
headband a band worn around the head. Headbands are used to hold back the hair or to soak up wetness.
headdress a covering or decoration for the head.
headfirst with the head in front of the body.
heading a word or group of words at the top or front of a piece of writing; title.
headland a high piece of land that sticks out into a body of water.
headlight a bright light on the front of a vehicle.
headline the title to a newspaper article that tells what the article is about. The headline for the most important news is in the largest type on the front page of the paper. [2 definitions]
headlong with the head first. [4 definitions]
head off to stop or interfere with the progress of; intercept.
head-on meeting with the front part or head first. [2 definitions]
headphone (usually plural) a sound receiver for a radio or stereo system that is held over one or both ears by a band; earphones.
headquarters (used with a singular or plural verb) the main office of any organization. [2 definitions]
headrest a rest or support for the head. Many chairs or seats in motor vehicles have headrests.
head start an early start in a race, or an advantage in any other activity.
headstone a stone set at the head of a person's grave; tombstone. Headstones honor that person's memory and usually have writing carved into them.