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hatband a band of cloth placed around the crown of a hat, just above the brim.
hatbox a deep box or case, usu. cylindrical, for storing or carrying a single hat.
hatch1 to bring forth or cause (a bird, fish, or other animal) to come forth from an egg. [5 definitions]
hatch2 an opening in the floor, roof, or side of a structure or vehicle, esp. a ship, through which passengers or cargo may pass. [2 definitions]
hatch3 to draw lines on (a drawing, design, or the like), often two sets of close-set parallel lines crossing each other at right angles, in order to shade. [2 definitions]
hatchback a style of automobile in which the rear covering extends in a slope from the roof and can be opened upward to allow maximum access to the rear storage area.
hatchery a place where the eggs of fish, chickens, or other animals are hatched, as for the stocking of rivers, commercial sale, or other purposes.
hatchet a small, lightweight, short-handled ax that can be used with one hand. [2 definitions]
hatchet man (informal) a person hired by another to commit murder. [3 definitions]
hatching the drawing or engraving of fine lines close together, used in shading or contour modeling. [2 definitions]
hatchling a young animal, such as a bird, reptile, or fish newly emerged from its egg.
hatchway an opening that has a hinged door or lid, through which passengers or goods may pass, as on a ship or aircraft; hatch. [2 definitions]
hate to dislike intensely; feel hostility toward; loathe; detest. [4 definitions]
hateful evoking or causing hatred. [3 definitions]
hatemonger a person who seeks to arouse hatred, animosity, and prejudice in others, esp. against a minority group.
hatless combined form of hat.
hatrack a post with pegs or other stand on which hats are placed.
hatred a feeling of hate or intense dislike; animosity.
hatter a person who makes, sells, or cleans and repairs hats.
hauberk a tunic of chain mail, reaching to the knees and worn for protection in battle in the Middle Ages.
haughty proud in a manner that shows disdain for others; arrogant.