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hair[thefinematerialthatgrowsfromtheskin,especiallyfromthehead]

Shehaslongbrownhair.

half[oneoftwoequalpartsofsomething]

Shehadsomesoupandhalfasandwichforlunch.

halt[(1)tocausetocometoastop;(2)tostop]

Hehaltedthegroupofmarchingmen.(1)

Themarchingmenhalted.(2)

hang[(1)toplacesomethingsothehighestpartissupportedandthelowerpartisnot;(2)tokillbyhanging]

Pleasehangyourcoatnexttothedoor.(1)

Thecourtorderedthekillertodiebyhanging.(2)

happen[(1)tobecomeafactorevent;(2)totakeplace]

Theaccidenthappenedoverthere.(1)

Hesawithappen.(2)

happy[(1)pleased;(2)satisfied;(3)feelinggood;(4)notsad]

Shewashappythathecalled.(1)

Hewashappywiththesolutiontotheproblem.(2)

Hisdogseemedhappytobeoutside.(3)

Shelookedhappyforthefirsttimesincetheaccident.(4)

hard[(1)noteasilycutorbroken;(2)solid;(3)difficulttodoorunderstand;(4)needingmucheffortorforce]

Adiamondisveryhard.(1)

Thatharddoorismadeofoakwood.(2)

Legalpaperswrittenbyalawyerusuallyarehardtounderstand.(3)

Diggingawellishardwork.(4)

harm[(1)toinjure;(2)todamage;(3)damage;(4)hurt]

Thedogdidnotharmme.(1)

Donotharmmyson’sgoodname.(2)

Whatharmdidhedobyspeakingtome?(3)

Thelaborstrikecausedmuchharmtothebusiness.(4)

harvest[(1)togathercrops;(2)thecropafteritisgathered]

Farmersharvesttheircropsinautumn.(1)

Thegrainharvestwasthelargestinyears.(2)

hat[aheadcover]

Youhairlookslikeyoujusttookoffyourhat.

hate[(1)tohavestrongemotionsagainst;(2)toconsiderasanenemy;(3)oppositelove]

Hehatedtomakemistakes.(1)

Thewomanhatedherformerhusband.(2)

Hesaidhedidnothateher,buthealsosaidhedidnotlovehereither.(3)

have[(1)topossess;(2)toown;(3)tohold]

Ihaveonlythreedollarsleft.(1)

Hehadthatcarforalongtime.(2)

Ihadtheballinmyhand,andIdroppedit.(3)

he[theboyormanwhoisbeingspokenabout]

Heismyfather.

head[(1)tolead;(2)tocommand;(3)leader;(4)chief;(5)thetoppartofsomething;(6)thehighestposition]

Heheadsthenewoffice.(1)

ThegeneralheadsalliedmilitaryforcesinEurope.(2)

ThatmanisheadofJimmy’sBoyScoutgroup.(3)

Sheistheheadlawyeronthiscase.(4)

Thestreambeginsflowingattheheadofthisvalley.(5)

Thatoldmanwasheadofhiscountrymanyyearsago.(6)

headquarters[(1)thecenterfromwhichordersaregiven;(2)themainofficesofabusinessororganization]

TheheadquartersforUnitedStatesnavalforcesintheAtlanticareaisatNorfolk,Virginia.(1)

TheheadquartersofourcompanyisnearSeattle.(2)

heal[(1)toreturntogoodhealth;(2)tocure;(3)tobecomewell]

Themedicalcentertreatsmanysickpeopleandhealssomeofthem.(1)

Abonemarrowtransplanthealedhiscancer.(2)

Heiscompletelyhealed.(3)

health[(1)thegeneralconditionofthebodyandmind;(2)theconditionofbeingfreefromsicknessordisease]

Healthisamajorconcerninmanycountries.(1)

Thewomansayssheisingoodhealthnow.(2)

hear[(1)toreceivesoundthroughtheears;(2)toreceivenewsabout]

CanyouhearmeifItalksoftly?(1)

Iheardthatyouhaveanewjob.(2)

heat[(1)tomakehotorwarm;(2)greatwarmth;(3)thatwhichisproducedbyburningfuel;(4)energyfromthesun]

Sheisheatingsomewaterfortea.(1)

Hebecamesickbecauseofthedesertheat.(2)

Canyoufeeltheheatfromthefire?(3)

Theyusethesun’sheattohelpwarmtheirhome.(4)

heavy[(1)havingmuchweight;(2)noteasytolift;(3)ofgreatamountorforce]

Thedoctortoldhimheistooheavy.(1)

Sheneededhelptolifttheheavybox.(2)

Heavyvotingwasreportedinmanypartsofthecountry.(3)

helicopter[amachinewithoutwingsthatcanflyupordownorremaininoneplaceabovetheground]

Helicoptersrescuedmanyfloodvictims.

help[(1)togivesupport;(2)toassist;(3)tomakeeasier;(4)support;(5)aid]

Thecompanyhelpedhimtocompletehisuniversitystudies.(1)

Hehelpedhertoputonhercoat.(2)

Willyouhelpmeprepareforthetesttomorrow?(3)

Sheneedsyourhelptosucceed.(4)

Whatkindofhelpcanyouprovidefortherefugees?(5)

here[in,tooratthisplace]

Pleasecomeherenow.

hero[apersonhonoredforbeingbraveorwise]

Shesaidherbrotherwasaherointhewar.

hide[(1)topreventfrombeingseenorfound;(2)tomakesecret]

Hehidmeinhisclosetuntilhismotherleft.(1)

Didshehideherpoliticalbeliefsfromyoutoo?(2)

high[(1)tall;(2)farup;(3)farabovetheground;(4)important;(5)aboveothers]

Thattreeishighenoughforatreehouse.(1)

Thereisahousehighuponthemountain.(2)

Thehelicopterflewhighabovetheground.(3)

TheSupremeCourtisoftencalledthehighcourt.(4)

Heisahighofficialinthefederalgovernment.(5)

hijack[toseizeortakecontrolofavehiclebyforce]

Theprisonershijackedacarintheirescapeattempt.

hill[asmallmountain]

Theboysclimbedthathillandwentdowntheotherside.

history[(1)thewrittenrecordordescriptionofpastevents;(2)thestudyofthepast]

Sheiswritingahistoryofherfamily.(1)

HowmanyyearshaveyoustudiedAmericanhistory?(2)

hit[(1)tostrike;(2)totouchwithforce]

Don’thitme.(1)

Herheadhitthefloorwhenshefell.(2)

hold[(1)tocarryorsupport,usuallyinthehandsorarms;(2)tokeepinoneposition;(3)tokeepasaprisoner;(4)tocontain;(5)topossess;(6)tooccupy;(7)toorganizeandbeinvolvedin]

Heheldacupofwatertohermouth.(1)

Thewomanwiththecamerasaid,"HoldyourheadupwhileItakeyourpicture."(2)

Thepoliceheldthesuspectforquestioning.(3)

Thiscupholdseightouncesofliquid.(4)

Thebusinessmanheldalotofstockinhiscompany.(5)

Sheholdstheofficeofmayor.(6)

Thetwosidesholdtalksthisweek.(7)

hole[(1)anopening;(2)atornorbrokenplaceinsomething]

Thelittleanimalranintoaholeintheground.(1)

Theboyhadtornaholeinhisshirt.(2)

holiday[(1)adaywhenonedoesnotwork;(2)adayonwhichnoworkisdonetohonororrememberapersonorevent]

HeplanstogotoEuropeforatwo-weekholiday.(1)

TheydecidedtowatchthefireworksinWashingtonontheIndependenceDayholiday,July4th.(2)

holy[greatlyhonoredinreligion]

ChristiansfollowthebeliefsexpressedintheHolyBible.

home[(1)thebuildingwhereapersonlives,especiallywithfamily;(2)theplacewhereonewasbornorcomesfrom;(3)theareaorcountrywhereonelives]

TheWhiteHousehasbeenthePresident’shomeforeightyears.(1)

HerhomeisNewYorkCity.(2)

HesayshewillreturntohishomeinTexaswhenheretires.(3)

honest[(1)truthful;(2)abletobetrusted]

Youcanbelievewhathetellsyoubecauseheisanhonestman.(1)

Hesaysheisanhonestperson,butIdonottrusthim.(2)

honor[(1)toobey;(2)toshowstrong,goodfeelingsfor;(3)anaward;(4)anactofgivingspecialrecognition]

Shewillhonorherpromises.(1)

Wehonorourparentsmanytimesduringtheyear,notjustonMothers’DayandFathers’Day.(2)

TheSergeantwasgivenAmerica’shighestawardforbravery,theMedalofHonor.(3)

Hereceivedmanyhonorsforhiseffortstohelpothers.(4)

hope[(1)toexpect;(2)tobelievethereisagoodchancethatsomethingwillhappenaswanted;(3)towantsomethingtohappen]

Wehopeshewillarrivetomorrow.(1)

Thedoctorsaidhehopesthetreatmentwillworkasexpected.(2)

Ihopeforgoodweatherthisweekend.(3)

horrible[(1)causinggreatfear;(2)terrible]

Fightingawarwithweaponsthatspreaddeadlydiseasesisahorribleidea.(1)

Twopeoplediedinthehorribletrafficaccident.(2)

horse[alargeanimaloftenusedforracing,ridingorfarmwork]

Doyouenjoyridinghorses?

hospital[aplacewheresickorinjuredpeoplearegivenmedicalcare]

Shewastreatedatthehospitalafterfallingoffherhorse.

hostage[apersoncapturedandheldasaguaranteethatademandorpromisewillbehonored]

Policefreedthehostagesheldbytheterrorists.

hostile[(1)readytofight;(2)readyforwar]

Hespokewordsofpeacebuthiseyeswerehostile.(1)

Hostileforceswereattheborder,readytoinvade.(2)

hot[havingorfeelinggreatheatorahightemperature]

Thehotcoffeeburnedmymouth.

hotel[abuildingwithrooms,andoftenfood,fortravelers]

Thishotelhasgoodservice.

hour[(1)ameasureoftime;(2)sixtyminutes]

Thetwooldfriendstalkedforhours.(1)

HeworkedforfourhoursandthirtyminutesonSaturday.(2)

house[(1)abuildinginwhichpeoplelive;(2)acountry’sparliamentorlawmakinggroup]

Ineedtopainttheoutsideofmyhouse.(1)

RepublicanlegislatorscontroltheHouseofRepresentatives.(2)

how[(1)inwhatway;(2)towhatamount]

Johndoesnotknowhowtogettomyhouse.(1)

Howmuchmoneydoyouneed?(2)

however[(1)yet;(2)but]

Shesaidshewouldbelate;however,shearrivedontime.(1)

Hislegwasbroken;however,thatdidnotstophimfromescaping.(2)

huge[(1)verybig;(2)ofgreatsize]

Thenewemployeemadeahugemistake.(1)

Weclimbedthathugemountain.(2)

human[oforaboutpeople]

Workersfoundhumanbonesburiedundertheoldbuilding.

humor[theabilitytounderstand,enjoyorexpresswhatmakespeoplelaugh]

Helikedherbecauseshehadanunusualsenseofhumor.

hunger[theneedforfood]

Hungerisoneoftheworld’sbiggestproblems.

hunt[(1)tosearchforanimalstocaptureorkillthem;(2)toseek;(3)totrytofind]

Themenwithgunswerehuntingbirds.(1)

Wehuntedforawayoutofthevalley.(2)

Thenegotiatorshuntedforasolutiontotheproblem.(3)

hurry[todoorgofast]

Ifyouhurry,youcancatchthebus.

hurt[tocausepain,injuryordamage]

Therunnerhurthislegjustbeforethebigrace.

husband[amanwhoismarried]

HaveyoumetJan’shusband?

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