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hazard danger or risk. [6 definitions]
hazardous having great or numerous dangers; risky; perilous. [2 definitions]
haze1 a collection in the air of very fine particles, as of mist, smoke, or dust, that partly obscures vision of distant objects. [2 definitions]
haze2 to subject (someone, esp. a newcomer) to abusive treatment or to humiliating pranks or teasing, often as part of an initiation ceremony.
hazel any of various shrubs or small trees, many of which bear edible nuts. [5 definitions]
hazelnut the edible nut of a hazel; filbert.
hazmat materials that are hazardous to human life or the environment, such as asbestos, radioactive materials, explosive materials, and poisons (often used as a modifier of a noun).
hazy marked or obscured by haze; misty. [2 definitions]
HB abbreviation of "House Bill," in the U.S., a proposed law in consideration by the House of Representatives.
HBCU abbreviation of "historically Black college or university."
H-bomb a nuclear bomb with extremely destructive explosive power, that releases energy by the fusing of hydrogen nuclei; hydrogen bomb.
HD abbreviation of "high definition," used as a shortened form of "HDTV" ("high definition television").
HDTV abbreviation of "high definition television," a form of digital television that broadcasts images with greater detail than conventional television.
He symbol of the chemical element helium.
he1 the male human being or animal that is under discussion or was recently referred to. [3 definitions]
he2 the name of the fifth letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
-head state or condition of being; -hood.
head the body part of a human being or animal that contains the brain or primary nerve center and the facial features. [20 definitions]
headache a pain in the head. [2 definitions]
head and shoulders above far better than or superior to.
headband a band worn around the head, usu. in order to restrain the hair or to absorb perspiration.