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habitual in accordance with habit; customary. [3 definitions]
habituate to make accustomed to.
habitude customary condition or practice.
habitué one who frequents a place, esp. of social gathering or entertainment.
hacienda in Spanish-speaking countries, a large estate used as a farm or ranch, or the estate owner's house.
hack1 to chop or cut up or off with repeated heavy blows. [12 definitions]
hack2 one who surrenders professional or artistic integrity or commitment in return for monetary reward. [10 definitions]
hackamore a simple bitless bridle of rope or rawhide with a reinforced noseband and single rope rein which together exert controlling pressure on the nose of a horse, used esp. for training.
hackberry a type of elm tree that bears small, edible, cherrylike fruit. [2 definitions]
hacker a computer user who is able to penetrate carefully protected computer networks, such as those of a government. [2 definitions]
hackie (informal) a taxi driver.
hackle one of the long, thin feathers on the neck or lower back of certain birds, such as the rooster. [3 definitions]
hackmatack a tamarack. [2 definitions]
hackney a horse suited for ordinary riding or driving. [4 definitions]
hackneyed made trite or commonplace by overuse, as an expression or phrase.
hacksaw a saw used to cut metal, with a tough, fine-toothed, short blade fixed in a frame.
had past tense and past participle of have.
had better used to state that a certain action is strongly advised and, often, to express that if one does not do the action that is specified, there will be negative consequences (sometimes used in warnings and threats).
haddock a North Atlantic food fish, related to but smaller than cod.
Hades in Greek mythology, the underworld inhabited by the dead, or the god who rules there; Pluto. [3 definitions]
hadn't contracted form of "had not."