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hide-and-seek a game, usu. played by children, in which all hide except one, who tries to find the others.
hideaway a place suitable for hiding; hideout. [3 definitions]
hidebound unyielding in one's stance or opinion. [2 definitions]
hideous exceptionally ugly or frightening in appearance; repulsive. [3 definitions]
hideout a place suitable for hiding, esp. from the police.
hiding1 the act or condition of concealing or being concealed. [2 definitions]
hiding2 a thrashing, flogging, or severe beating.
hie to go speedily; hurry. [2 definitions]
hierarch one who holds a position of authority in a hierarchy, esp. an ecclesiastical one; high priest.
hierarchical of, pertaining to, or organized as a hierarchy. [2 definitions]
hierarchy a body of persons or entities graded according to rank or level of authority. [4 definitions]
hieratic of, pertaining to, or used by priests; priestly or sacerdotal. [2 definitions]
hieroglyph a hieroglyphic.
hieroglyphic of or concerning a type of writing, esp. one used by the ancient Egyptians, that uses pictorial symbols to represent words or sounds. [6 definitions]
hi-fi see high-fidelity. [3 definitions]
higgle to haggle.
higgledy-piggledy in total confusion or disorder. [2 definitions]
high of great vertical extent; elevated; tall. [14 definitions]
high and dry deserted or stranded; without help.
highball an alcoholic drink containing liquor and a mixer such as water, soda, or the like. [4 definitions]
high beam the brighter, farther-reaching setting for the headlights of a vehicle.