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hover to stay suspended in the air, often by rapid fluttering, spinning, or the like. [4 definitions]
Hovercraft trademark for a vehicle able to move rapidly across land or water on air that is produced by powerful fans blowing downward from the craft.
how by what manner or means. [10 definitions]
how about what is your desire about having or doing.
how come (informal) why is it that.
how'd (informal) contracted form of "how did," or contracted form of "how would."
howdah a seat, usu. equipped with a railing and canopy, designed for riding on the back of an elephant or camel.
howdy hello; how are you (an expression of greeting).
however in spite of that; yet; but (used to point out the contrast between or opposition of ideas in a sentence or between adjacent sentences). [5 definitions]
howitzer a cannon that has a short barrel and is used for firing shells at high angles of elevation and low speeds.
howl to utter or make a long, loud, mournful sound like that of a wolf or dog. [8 definitions]
howler any person or thing that howls. [3 definitions]
howling uttering or producing the sound of a howl. [3 definitions]
how're (informal) contracted form of "how are."
how's (informal) contracted form of "how is."
howsoever in whatever manner, or by whatever means. [2 definitions]
how-to (informal) providing basic directions and instructions for doing or making something.
how've (informal) contracted form of "how have."
hoyden a girl or young woman who has a rowdy, outspoken, or boisterous manner. [2 definitions]
Hoyle a popular instruction and rule book, esp. for card games, the first edition of which was written by Edmond Hoyle in the eighteenth century.
hp abbreviation of "horsepower," a unit of energy equal to 746 watts or 550 foot-pounds per second, used in measuring the power of engines.