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Huckleberry Finn the protagonist and title character of a late nineteenth-century novel by Mark Twain.
huckster (informal) one who writes advertising or promotional material, often of an extravagant or misleading type. [4 definitions]
HUD abbreviation of "Housing and Urban Development."
huddle to gather in a small, close group. [8 definitions]
Hudson seal muskrat fur that is dyed and sheared to look like seal.
hue1 any of the variations of color that occur at points on the spectrum; color as distinguished from shades of gray. [3 definitions]
hue2 a clamor or outcry, as of pursuit. (See hue and cry.)
hue and cry a public outcry of alarm, protest, or the like.
huevos rancheros (used with a sing. or pl. verb) a Mexican dish of fried eggs topped with a spicy tomato sauce and often other ingredients.
huff a state of resentment or bad temper; offended, angry mood. [3 definitions]
huffy easily irritated or quickly offended; touchy; sulky. [2 definitions]
hug to enfold or squeeze affectionately with the arms; embrace. [5 definitions]
huge of extremely large weight, size, or extent.
hugger-mugger confusion or disorder; jumble. [4 definitions]
Huguenot a French Protestant of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
huh used to express surprise, astonishment, skepticism, contempt, or indifference. [3 definitions]
hula a Polynesian dance characterized by rotating hip movements and an expressive pantomime with the arms.
hulk a bulky shell of a ship, either old and unseaworthy or abandoned to other uses. [3 definitions]
hulking awkwardly large; bulky; unwieldy.
hull1 the outer shell or covering of various fruits, nuts, and seeds. [3 definitions]
hull2 the rigid frame and outer shell of a ship. [2 definitions]