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hallmark an official mark or stamp used in England to certify that a gold or silver article meets established standards of purity. [4 definitions]
hallo used as a greeting, esp. from a distance, or to catch someone's attention. [6 definitions]
Hall of Fame a memorial hall or building dedicated to illustrious or famous persons in a particular profession, sport, or the like. [2 definitions]
halloo to call out loudly to attract the attention of (someone). [3 definitions]
hallow to consecrate or make holy. [3 definitions]
hallowed considered sacred; venerated. [2 definitions]
Halloween October 31, the eve of All Saints' Day, which is now celebrated primarily by costumed children who go from house to house begging for treats or playing tricks.
hall tree a clothes tree, esp. one standing in an entrance hall.
hallucinate to have hallucinations. [2 definitions]
hallucination a false or distorted but compelling sensory perception, as induced by drugs or by mental derangement such as schizophrenia. [2 definitions]
hallucinatory of, similar to, or caused by hallucinations.
hallucinogen a natural or synthetic substance that induces false or distorted sensory perceptions.
hallway a narrow passage in a house or building; corridor. [2 definitions]
halo a circle of light depicted in paintings as shining around the head of a divine or sacred being. [2 definitions]
halo- halogen. [2 definitions]
halocarbon a chemical compound of carbon and a halogen.
halo effect the tendency of extraneous material or ideas to affect a judgment, attitude, or the like, esp. in a favorable direction. [2 definitions]
halogen any of the five nonmetallic elements fluorine, chlorine, iodine, bromine, and astatine.
halogenate to treat or combine with a halogen. [2 definitions]
haloid like or derived from a halogen.
Halong Bay a body of water in the Gulf of Tonkin along the coast of northern Vietnam that is densely clustered with vegetation-covered, monolithic islands, many of which have caves.