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Vocabulary from “H”

Vocabulary from “H”:  We are showing you the words begin with letter ‘H’ in this page. Each and every word has its own significance. In the same way letter ‘H’ also has its own importance. In the present time many government jobs exams are conducted by different organizations.

English is the most important part of these exams and most of the candidates become unsuccessful in English section because of their week knowledge of English vocabulary.

Dear users here we are providing some important words from letter ‘H’ which may be important form the exam’s point of view. See the given words as under and learn them for success in exams:

 

 

Word

Meaning

Example

Haggard

Untamed, having a worn look

The lawn in front of the abandoned house added to its haggard look.

Halcyon

Tranquil, happy

The old man fondly remembered his halcyon days growing up on the farm.

Hamper

interfere with, hinder

The roadblock hampered their progress, but they knew a shortcut.

Haphazard

 Disorganized, random

He constantly misplaced important documents because of his haphazard way of
running his office.

Hapless

Unlucky, unfortunate

The hapless team could not win a game.

Hedonistic

living for pleasure

The group was known for its hedonistic rituals.

Heed

Obey, yield to

If the peasant heeds the king’s commands, she will be able to keep her land.

Hefty

heavy or powerful

The unabridged dictionary makes for a hefty book.

Heresy

opinion contrary to popular belief

In this town it is considered heresy to want parking spaces to have meters.

Hoary

whitened by age

The paint had a hoary appearance, as if it were applied decades ago.

Homage

Honour, respect

The police officers paid homage to their fallen colleague with a ceremony that
celebrated her life.

Homeostasis

maintenance of stability

Knowing the seriousness of the operation, the surgeons were concerned about
restoring the patient to homeostasis.

Homily

solemn moral talk, sermon

The preacher gave a moving homily to the gathered crowd.

Hubris

arrogance

Some think it was hubris that brought the president to the point of impeachment.

Humility

lack of pride, modesty

Full of humility, she accepted the award but gave all the credit to her mentor.

Hybrid

anything of mixed origin

The flower was a hybrid of three different flowers.

Hyperbole

an exaggeration, not to be taken seriously

The full moon was almost blinding in its brightness, he said with a measure of hyperbole.

 

 

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