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Holland see "Netherlands."
holland linen or cotton cloth, often glazed, used to make window shades, upholstery, and clothing.
holler (informal) to cry out, yell, or shout. [2 definitions]
hollow having an empty space on the inside; not solid within. [7 definitions]
holly a type of bush or tree with small white flowers, red berries, and shiny green leaves with sharp, pointed edges. [2 definitions]
hollyhock a common garden plant that has tall stalks covered with bright flowers.
Hollywood an area within the city of Los Angeles, California where many movies are made and that is often seen as representing the U.S. film industry.
holocaust a great destruction by fire. [2 definitions]
holster a case for a gun or pistol that can be attached to a belt and is made of leather or other material.
holy sacred according to a particular religion. [3 definitions]
home the place where a person or animal lives. [9 definitions]
homeland one's native country or region.
homeless having no home. [2 definitions]
homely not pretty or handsome; plain. [3 definitions]
homemade made at home rather than bought.
home page the main page of a Web site. A home page often has a table of contents and links to other parts of the Web page.
home plate a flat slab of hard rubber at which the batter stands in a baseball game. The base runner must touch home plate in order to score a run.
Homer a Greek poet who is thought to have lived around the eighth century B.C.
homer a home run in baseball or softball.
homeroom a classroom where students meet at the beginning of the school day for attendance and announcements.
home run a hit that allows the batter in a baseball game to touch all four bases and score a run.