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hurdle a barrier over which a runner or horse must leap in the course of certain races. [4 definitions]
hurl to throw with force.
Huron Lake Huron, one of the Great Lakes. It lies between the U.S. state of Michigan and the Canadian province of Ontario. [2 definitions]
hurrah a word used to express joy, approval, victory, or encouragement. [2 definitions]
hurricane a powerful storm with heavy rains and winds that blow in a circle at 73 miles per hour or more. Hurricanes usually form in the West Indian region of the Atlantic Ocean.
hurried moving or acting quickly; forced to hurry. [2 definitions]
hurry to move or act with speed; to rush (sometimes followed by "up"). [3 definitions]
hurt to cause pain, harm, or suffering to. [6 definitions]
hurtle to move with great speed and often with great noise. [2 definitions]
husband a man who is married; the man to whom a woman is married.
hush "Be quiet." [5 definitions]
husk the dry outer covering of some seeds and fruits. [2 definitions]
husky1 big and strong. [2 definitions]
husky2 (often capitalized) a breed of dog. Huskies are strong, have thick fur, and are often raised to pull sleds in arctic regions.
hustle to work or go swiftly. [4 definitions]
hut a small house or shelter made of grass, mud, or logs.
hutch a pen or shelter for small animals such as rabbits. [2 definitions]
hyacinth a plant that bears tall stalks of colorful flowers that have a sweet smell. The hyacinth grows from a bulb and is related to the lily.
hybrid the offspring of two plants or animals that are of different species or breeds.
hydrant an upright pipe with a valve from which water can be drawn from a water main.
hydroelectric having to do with producing electricity by means of the energy created by moving water.