610+ Adjectives That Start with H: a List of Common Words with Definitions and Examples

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Adjectives That Start with HA (136 Words)

habilimentedDressed or clothed especially in fine attire; often used in combination
habitableFit for habitation The habitable zone varies with the type and age of the central star.
habitedDressed in a habit Various caves within the gorge were habited by neolithic people.
habitualCommonly used or practiced; usual Drug abuse is the habitual misuse of a drug.
hackneyedRepeated too often; overfamiliar through overuse It’s far too colloquial, hackneyed and uninteresting.
hadalRelating to the deepest parts of the ocean (below 6000 meters) The area below the abyssal zone is the sparsely inhabited hadal zone.
hadeanOf or relating to or characteristic of hades or tartarus It includes three eons, the hadean, archean, and proterozoic eons.
haemalRelating to the blood vessels or blood The hole so formed is the haemal canal.
haematalRelating to the blood vessels or blood
haematicRelating to or containing or affecting blood
haematogenicPertaining to the formation of blood or blood cells
haematologicalOf or relating to or involved in hematology There are few long term haematological sequelae of restorative proctocolectomy.
haematopoieticPertaining to the formation of blood or blood cells Cb2 receptors are mostly located in the immune and haematopoietic systems.
haemicRelating to or containing or affecting blood
haemolyticRelating to or involving or causing hemolysis Specific liver diseases and haemolytic disorders able to be identified.
haemophilicRelating to or having hemophilia
haemopoieticPertaining to the formation of blood or blood cells The development of lymphoid and haemopoietic tissues in pig fetuses.
haemorrhagicOf or relating to a hemorrhage They die with a serous, foamy or haemorrhagic discharge coming out of the nose.
hag-riddenTormented or harassed by nightmares or unreasonable fears- c.s.lewis Fences within the water need to be ridden with a good deal of impulsion.
haggardShowing the wearing effects of overwork or care or suffering A little haggard and unrepentant when reached on thursday.
hagriddenTormented or harassed by nightmares or unreasonable fears- c.s.lewis
hair-raisingExtremely alarming The crowd was hollering and raising hell.
hairedHaving or covered with hair Herrena was a girl with the henna haired, harridan.
hairlessHaving no hair or fur The inside of the acorn shell is hairless.
hairlikeLong and slender with a very small internal diameter Each is on a pedicel covered in hairlike black glands.
hairsplittingDeveloped in excessively fine detail It’s tiresome hairsplitting at this point.
hairyHaving or covered with hair Few birds other than the cuckoo find the hairy caterpillars palatable.
haitianOf or relating to or characteristic of the republic of haiti or its people A simple example is the recent haitian earthquake.
halalConforming to dietary laws Aiui the prohibition is specifically on halal meat.
halcyonMarked by peace and prosperity However, those halcyon days for the government worker may be coming to an end.
haleExhibiting or restored to vigorous good health Many hale guys volunteered to join the army.
halfRelated through one parent only The first half is decent but the second part is mediocre.
half-bakedFoolish; totally unsound The baked dumpling is popular in american cuisine.
half-bloodedHaving only one purebred parent Most dramatic are the cold blooded conscienceless killers.
half-bredHaving only one purebred parent Cut the waffle in half.
half-breedHaving only one purebred parent She was the last of the peripatetic breed.
half-dozenDenoting a quantity consisting of six items or units Add the dozen figures and any amortization you want, but don’t suppress.
half-heartedFeeling or showing little interest or enthusiasm The soldier was not faint hearted.
half-hourlyOccurring ever half hour One chanter plays the upper half of the octave, the other the lower half.
half-lengthAbridged to half its original length The length of submarine cable is and the total length of overhead lines is.
half-timberedHaving exposed wood framing with spaces filled with masonry, as in tudor architecture Yes the first half was very dreary, but the second half was better.
half-wayIncluding only half or a portion It stands in the south of the city, halfway up the hill.
half-wittedRetarded in intellectual development An oaf is a large dim witted person.
half-yearlyOccurring or payable twice each year The yearly tithe to the levites could be consumed anywhere.
halfheartedFeeling or showing little interest or enthusiasm He became a model, but he was halfhearted as he said in interview.
halfwayEqually distant from the extremes The charts are halfway down the website.
hallowedWorthy of religious veneration You’re a great debator only in the hallowed halls of your own mind.
hallucinatoryCharacterized by or characteristic of hallucination – jean stafford One interpretation of the video is that it’s a drug induced hallucinatory trip.
hallucinogenicCapable of producing hallucinations Hallucinogenic drugs as precipitants of schizophrenia.
haltDisabled in the feet or legs He was unable to halt the contraband.
haltingDisabled in the feet or legs The effect of halting the german fleet was huge.
hammyAffectedly dramatic; overacted Ed pressed on, hit another hammy, and lost the money.
hand-heldSmall and light enough to be operated while you hold it in your hands The horsemen held the mare.
handedHaving or involving the use of hands He handed over the blueprints to the entire cell.
handelianOf or relating to or in the manner of george frederick handel The latter sounds rather like a miniature handelian chorus, sung a cappella.
handheldSmall and light enough to be operated while you hold it in your hands Traditional handheld refractometer.
handicappedIncapable of functioning as a consequence of injury or illness The service is for the handicapped.
handierEasy to use It seems more handy to demonstrate the incompetence of the editing here.
handiestEasy to use The title is very handy for dealing with the press.
handledHaving a usually specified type of handle The way you handled this is unbecoming of you.
handlelessHaving no handle Handleless cooking vessel nestable inside a serving vessel.
handlessWithout a hand or hands The ghost of a handless piper is said to haunt the castle.
handmadeMade by hand or a hand process The work was funded by sale of handmade models and contributions.
hands-offNot involving participation or intervention He spread out his hands in expostulation.
hands-onInvolving active participation On an exhale, the student releases onto the hands and knees and rests.
handsewnSewn by hand rather than machine
handsomePleasing in appearance especially by reason of conformity to ideals of form and proportion- thackeray He is handsome, selfish, amoral and hedonistic.
handsomelyPleasing in appearance especially by reason of conformity to ideals of form and proportion- thackeray He is handsome and intelligent, but unbridled and arrogant.
handstitchedSewn by hand rather than machine
handwovenMade on a handloom It is known for its pottery and handwoven ceremonial songket cloth.
handwrittenWritten by hand Signs of a renaissance of the handwritten word are here and there discernible.
handyEasy to reach Thank you for the welcome and the handy links.
hangdogShowing a sense of guilt- eric linklater With a hangdog expression, i retreated to the confines of my apartment.
hanoverianOf or relating to the former english royal house of hanover or their supporters For his zeal in behalf of the hanoverian succession he was well rewarded.
haphazardDependent upon or characterized by chance Having haphazard disaster by disaster efforts is pov and will be factious.
haplessDeserving or inciting pity- galsworthy They feed on the homeless and hapless passersby.
haploidOf a cell or organism having a single set of chromosomes Fungal mycelia are typically haploid.
haploidicOf a cell or organism having a single set of chromosomes
happierWell expressed and to the point The multitude of guests is happy.
happiestMarked by good fortune Despite the festive atmosphere, they weren’t happy.
happyWell expressed and to the point The multitude of guests is happy.
happy-go-luckyOccurring by chance He appears to be happy go lucky and good natured, and acts very carefree.
hapticOf or relating to or proceeding from the sense of touch Categories of haptic communication.
hardResisting weight or pressure It was hard to inveigle her.
hard-boiledTough and callous by virtue of experience The pumpkin is pealed and boiled in water.
hard-coreIntensely loyal That’s the core of the teaching as he described in the core of the teaching.
hard-foughtRequiring great effort Grasps both hard side irrevence and hard core straightforwardness.
hard-hittingAggressively and persistently persuasive On weekdays, she works hard.
hard-lineFirm and uncompromising Everyone works hard during the workday.
hard-nosedGuided by practical experience and observation rather than theory The hard work is worthless.
hard-pressedFacing or experiencing financial trouble or difficulty But when pressed speer dropped ‘eine kleine’ clanger.
hardbackHaving a hard back or cover It was first published in hardback in 2003.
hardbackedHaving a hard back or cover
hardboundHaving a hard back or cover A hardcover, hardbound book has rigid covers and is stitched in the spine.
hardcoreIntensely loyal The band is at the forefront of hardcore and punk music today.
hardcoverHaving a hard back or cover It was the author’s first hardcover collection.
hardenedMade tough by habitual exposure- robert lynd- v.s.pritchett It hardened around the shift in gene frequencies in the fifties.
harderVery strong or vigorous Ant is a hard working insect.
hardestVery strong or vigorous It was hard to inveigle her.
hardfistedUnwilling to part with money
hardheadedGuided by practical experience and observation rather than theory I don’t think english is hardheaded, either.
hardheartedLacking in feeling or pity or warmth Mccarthy’s reaction to the assassination was singularly hardhearted.
hardlineFirm and uncompromising He was considered to be a hardline communist.
hardscrabbleBarely satisfying a lower standard They have had a hardscrabble to get the well from each other.
hardworkingCharacterized by hard work and perseverance The people are friendly and hardworking.
hardyAble to survive under unfavorable weather conditions The plant is a hardy dwarf bush seedling, of the outdoor type.
harebrainedVery foolish Anyway, i resolve to keep thinking of harebrained schemes to make money.
harmfulCausing or capable of causing harm Vehicles emit gas and fumes that are harmful.
harmlessNot causing or capable of causing harm Medicinal leeches are perfectly harmless.
harmonicOf or relating to harmonics Ore’s harmonic number redirects to harmonic divisor number.
harmonicalInvolving or characterized by harmony The latter has a harmonical function, while the former refers to rhythm.
harmoniousExhibiting equivalence or correspondence among constituents of an entity or between different entities Welcome to the harmonious editing club
harmonisedInvolving or characterized by harmony But they need to be harmonised, or whatever the right word is.
harmonizableCapable of being made harmonious or consistent
harriedTroubled persistently especially with petty annoyances As a result, the germans harried the team.
harrowingExtremely painful The farmer is harrowing a field.
harshSevere They treated the coltish harsh.
harsherOf textures that are rough to the touch or substances consisting of relatively large particles His meanness and harsh tongue were also renowned.
harshestUnpleasantly stern Criticism ranges from the harsh to the approving.
hasidicOf or relating to the jewish hasidim or its members or their beliefs and practices The hasidic answer is generally in the negative.
hassidicOf or relating to the jewish hasidim or its members or their beliefs and practices The other two pictures of people lighting menorahs are of hassidic rabbis.
hastateLike a spear point, with flaring pointed lobes at the base The triangular hastate leaves are long and wide, and violet on the underside.
hastyExcessively quick I was hasty in choosing the name.
hatefulEvoking or deserving hatred- joseph priestly Sometimes doing nothing is the most hateful option of all in this world.
hatefullyCharacterized by malice Sometimes doing nothing is the most hateful option of all in this world.
hatlessNot wearing a hat Men of the upper classes often went hatless.
hattedWearing a hat or a hat of a particular kind These, again over time, turned into the red hatted gnomes.
haughtyHaving or showing arrogant superiority to and disdain of those one views as unworthy He himself was proud and haughty in his bearing.
hauntingContinually recurring to the mind- claudia cassidy I removed the stuff about the haunting.
hawaiianOf or relating to or characteristic of the state or island of hawaii or to the people or culture or language Kalo was the staple starch crop of the hawaiian diet.
hawk-eyedHaving very keen vision A hawk is perched on the man’s outstretched hand.
hawkishDisposed to warfare or hard-line policies Her foreign and security policies are often regarded as hawkish.
haywireInformal or slang terms for mentally irregular Mahone climbs up the silo to meet haywire.
hazardousInvolving risk or danger The circumstances of the pearson executions were hazardous.
hazelOf a light brown or yellowish brown color The forest had been pine with an underbrush of hazel, alder, birch, and willow.
hazyIndistinct or hazy in outline Why change terminology from the clear specific, to the hazy general

Adjectives That Start with HE (146 Words)

headedHaving a heading or caption They then headed for the grand caymans to careen.
headfirstWith the head foremost During the 1980s, he dove headfirst into the leveraged buyout boom.
headlessNot using intelligence Head spirit is a headless giant.
headlikeHaving a protuberance that resembles a head The showy inflorescence is a headlike cluster of several flowers.
headlongExcessively quick The man ran headlong into the police car.
headstrongHabitually disposed to disobedience and opposition Sandy is pert and blond, also headstrong and brave.
headyMarked by the exercise of good judgment or common sense in practical matters A heady and respectable body of work to stand the test of time.
healingTending to cure or restore to health Smoking can impair healing and delay recovery.
healthfulConducive to good health of body or mind Anything beneficial to one’s health is healthful.
healthierHaving or indicating good health in body or mind; free from infirmity or disease The boy is healthy and stalwart.
healthiestPromoting health; healthful- c.b.davis Eating vegetable is healthy.
healthyLarge in amount or extent or degree A nan is a healthy food.
hearableHeard or perceptible by the ear
hearingAble to perceive sound Hearing the news began to seethe the man.
hearsayHeard through another rather than directly You should keep hearsay and innuendo out of the articles.
heart-wholeWith unconditional and enthusiastic devotion My heart began to palpitate.
heartbreakingCausing or marked by grief or anguish The holocaust is a very perplexing, and interesting and heartbreaking topic.
heartbrokenFull of sorrow The heartbroken astronaut shrugs and walks off.
heartfeltEarnest My heartfelt apologies for the whole incident.
heartlessDevoid of courage or enthusiasm There’s also a heartless symbol.
heartrendingCausing or marked by grief or anguish You then added the heartrending story about the pregnant woman.
heartsickFull of sorrow He appears to be more distracted than heartsick or emotionally undone.
heartwarmingCausing gladness and pleasure A heartwarming series to tug the heart strings.
heartyConsuming abundantly and with gusto My grandpa is hale and hearty.
heatableCapable of becoming hot A heater is mounted adjacent the supply conduit heatable section.
heatedMade warm or hot (`het’ is a dialectal variant of `heated’) The column is heated from the bottom.
heathenNot acknowledging the god of christianity and judaism and islam But the dance was forbidden by the missionaries as too heathen.
heathenishNot acknowledging the god of christianity and judaism and islam The reverence for the cross they looked upon as heathenish.
heathlikeResembling heath
heatlessWithout generating heat
heavenlyOf or relating to the sky This mnemonic reminds one of the symbols the heavenly kings carry.
heavenwardDirected toward heaven or the sky Eyes of bearcat roll heavenward, how am i such a drama magnet, yadda yadda.
heavierUnusually great in degree or quantity or number They were overburdened with heavy tax.
heaviestDeep and complete The wood is hard and heavy and is used in general construction and for firewood.
heavyOf great gravity or crucial import; requiring serious thought Floods ravage scotland after heavy rain.
heavy-armedHaving massive arms The colonists armed themselves, and the attack was averted.
heavy-dutyDesigned for heavy work Otherwise it is pure dereliction of duty.
heavy-handedUnjustly domineering The parietal callus is moderately heavy.
heavysetHaving a short and solid form or stature Zaffarano was a portly, heavyset, tall and handsome man with a brooding face.
hebdomadalOf or occurring every seven days He was for many years a leading member of the hebdomadal board.
hebdomadaryOf or occurring every seven days
hebephrenicSuffering from a form of schizophrenia characterized by foolish mannerisms and senseless laughter along with delusions and regressive behavior
hebraicOf or relating to the language of the hebrews There appears to be a hebraic bias in this article.
hebraicalOf or relating to or characteristic of the hebrews
hebrewOf or relating to or characteristic of the hebrews The use of the hebrew language in worship was forbidden.
hebrideanOf or relating to the hebrides They are thought to be unrelated to the west coast and hebridean morrisons.
hecticMarked by intense agitation or emotion It was hectic the last couple of days here.
hedonicDevoted to pleasure Hedonic damages also can apply in cases that involve no injury.
hedonisticDevoted to pleasure He is handsome, selfish, amoral and hedonistic.
heedfulGiving attention At all times he obeys the order of the emperor with heedful attention.
heedlessMarked by or paying little heed or attention–franklin d. roosevelt He also attacked heedless of odds.
heftierOf considerable weight and size The power supply is also pretty hefty.
heftyOf considerable weight and size She agreed and henry paid her the hefty sum of money.
hegelianOf or relating to hegel or his dialectic philosophy In short, a subject in the hegelian sense is subjected to subjection.
heinousExtremely wicked, deeply criminal I support the death penalty for the most heinous criminals.
heliacPertaining to or near the sun; especially the first rising of a star after and last setting before its invisibility owing to its conjunction with the sun In any case, heliac is the only one who removed any content.
heliacalPertaining to or near the sun; especially the first rising of a star after and last setting before its invisibility owing to its conjunction with the sun The sothic year is the interval between heliacal risings of the star sirius.
helicalIn the shape of a coil A helical spring urges the two apart to expand the palate.
heliocentricHaving the sun as the center It is currently in a 355 day heliocentric orbit.
hell-bentRecklessly determined Soon, he bent a leonine face toward a girl.
hellenicRelating to or characteristic of the classical greek civilization Hellenic neopaganism appeared in the 1990s.
hellenisticRelating to or characteristic of the classical greek civilization Alchemy in the hellenistic world.
hellenisticalRelating to or characteristic of the classical greek civilization
hellishExtremely evil or cruel; expressive of cruelty or befitting hell The unit continues their march through jungle and hellish swamps.
helmet-shapedHaving the convex shape of a helmet Cutout areas in the helmet are provided for venting.
helmetedEquipped with or wearing a helmet The african helmeted turtle is omnivorous and will eat almost anything.
helminthicCapable of expelling or destroying parasitic worms Theoretical explanation of helminthic therapy.
helpfulProviding assistance or serving a useful function Infrangible is friendly, good humored and helpful.
helpfullyProviding assistance or serving a useful function Discourtesy is not helpful in this situation.
helplessLacking in or deprived of strength or power He awakes but, stupefied with wine, is helpless.
hemalRelating to the blood vessels or blood Hoznek a, hubert j, antiphon p, gettman mt, hemal ak, abbou cc.
hematalRelating to the blood vessels or blood
hematicRelating to or containing or affecting blood
hematogenicPertaining to the formation of blood or blood cells
hematologicOf or relating to or involved in hematology Hematologic malignancies such as leukemia are more common in children with ds.
hematologicalOf or relating to or involved in hematology Highly sensitive hematological assay and reagent.
hematopoieticPertaining to the formation of blood or blood cells Splenomegaly occurs in the hematopoietic system.
hemicRelating to or containing or affecting blood The word ends of the analysis are assigned several kinds of .or hemic.
hemimetabolicUndergoing incomplete metamorphosis in which the young does not resemble the adult After a hemimetabolic interim the winged meganula moult and take flight.
hemimetabolousUndergoing incomplete metamorphosis in which the young does not resemble the adult They belong to the hemimetabolous insects.
hemimetamorphicUndergoing incomplete metamorphosis in which the young does not resemble the adult
hemimetamorphousUndergoing incomplete metamorphosis in which the young does not resemble the adult
hemingwayesqueIn the manner of ernest hemingway
hemiparasiticOf or relating to plants that are hemiparasites They are hemiparasitic on the roots of grasses and forbs.
hemisphericOf or relating to the cerebral hemispheres Hemispheric laterality and disorders of affect.
hemisphericalOf or relating to or being a hemisphere The most familiar pileus shape is hemispherical or convex.
hemodynamicOr of relating to or involved in hemodynamics Modification of protein intake can effect hemodynamic and nonhemodynamic injury.
hemolyticRelating to or involving or causing hemolysis Drug induced autoimmune hemolytic anaemia is a form of hemolytic anaemia.
hemophilicRelating to or having hemophilia This enhanced rate of solubility permits rapid treatment of hemophilic patients.
hemopoieticPertaining to the formation of blood or blood cells This activates increased erythropoiesis in the hemopoietic tissues.
hemorrhagicOf or relating to a hemorrhage Acute hemorrhagic edema of infancy.
hemostaticTending to check bleeding by contracting the tissues or blood vessels The herb is hemostatic so is unlikely to cause hemorrhage.
hempenHaving or resembling fibers especially fibers used in making cordage such as those of jute I’ll dance the hempen jig another day.
henpeckedHarassed by persistent nagging In marked contrast to innie’s, the henpecked illie is to a fault.
hepInformed about the latest trends Does this sound about right for hep.
hepaticPertaining to or affecting the liver Hepatic encephalopathy is reversible with treatment.
hepatotoxicToxic to the liver Eugenol is hepatotoxic, meaning it may cause damage to the liver.
heraldicIndicative of or announcing something to come The circle surrounds the five points of the heraldic star.
heraldistOf or relating to heraldry Yes the blazon’s there, but also a non heraldist can understand it.
herbaceousCharacteristic of a nonwoody herb or plant part The order includes trees and bushes, lianas and herbaceous plants.
herbalOf or relating to herbs The leaves of the plant are used in herbal medicine.
herbivorousFeeding only on plants The adult inhabits the bile ducts of herbivorous mammals or humans.
herculeanDisplaying superhuman strength or power Actually, scratch that, a herculean mistake.
hereBeing here now The people come here everyday.
hereditaryOccurring among members of a family usually by heredity The autosomes contain the rest of the genetic hereditary information.
hereticalCharacterized by departure from accepted beliefs or standards Eating the miasma would be heretical, if not suicidal.
heritableCapable of being inherited The cusp of carabelli is a heritable feature.
hermaphroditeOf animal or plant; having both male female reproductive organs Flowers are hermaphrodite, white and in clusters.
hermaphroditicOf animal or plant; having both male female reproductive organs Some species are hermaphroditic.
hermeneuticInterpretive or explanatory Mathematics is a hermeneutic discipline and has no external object of study.
hermeticCompletely sealed; completely airtight A hermetic motor compressor for a refrigerating system.
hermiticCharacterized by ascetic solitude At first he lived a hermitic existence in an obscure tract of the castle.
hermiticalCharacterized by ascetic solitude
heroicVery imposing or impressive; surpassing the ordinary (especially in size or scale) He recited the heroic deeds of the ancestors.
heroicalHaving or displaying qualities appropriate for heroes His work includes both pessimistic and heroical poems.
hertzianOf or relating to the physicist heinrich hertz or his work Tesla has no idea about hertzian waves as it is apparent from his writings.
hesitantLacking decisiveness of character; unable to act or decide quickly or firmly I am hesitant to make the change because of the way this policy is worded.
hesitatingLacking decisiveness of character; unable to act or decide quickly or firmly I am hesitating to waste my time in responding to your comments elsewhere.
hesperianDenoting or characteristic of countries of europe and the western hemisphere Hesperian got it exactly right, on reflection.
hetMade warm or hot (`het’ is a dialectal variant of `heated’) Een crew die in het nederlands, het amsterdams rapt.
heterocercalPossessing a tail with the upper lobe larger than the lower and with the vertebral column prolonged into the upper lobe The caudal fin has asymmetrical lobes, forming a heterocercal tail.
heterocyclicContaining a closed ring of atoms of which at least one is not a carbon atom Imidazole is a heterocyclic aromatic organic compound.
heterodactylHaving the first and second toes directed backward the third and fourth forward They are the only type of animal with a heterodactyl toe arrangement.
heterodoxCharacterized by departure from accepted beliefs or standards Broadly the marxist approach is associated with heterodox economics.
heterodyneOf or relating to the beat produced by heterodyning two oscillations An improved optical heterodyne receiver is disclosed.
heteroeciousOf parasites; passing through different stages of the life cycle on different host species A heteroecious parasite is one that requires at least two hosts.
heterogeneousConsisting of elements that are not of the same kind or nature It is about the heterogeneous nature of the kingdom almost from the outset.
heterogenousConsisting of elements that are not of the same kind or nature Do not forget liberalism is a not a heterogenous ideology.
heteroicousHaving several forms of gametoecia on the same plant
heterologicNot corresponding in structure or evolutionary origin
heterologicalNot corresponding in structure or evolutionary origin The terms are autological and heterological.
heterologousDerived from organisms of a different but related species Induction of photosensitivity by heterologous expression of melanopsin.
heterometabolicUndergoing incomplete metamorphosis in which the nymph is essentially like the adult and there is no pupal stage
heterometabolousUndergoing incomplete metamorphosis in which the nymph is essentially like the adult and there is no pupal stage The nymph and adult of heterometabolous insects live in different environments.
heterosexualSexually attracted to members of the opposite sex The current photo then could be moved back to the heterosexual section.
heterosporousCharacterized by heterospory
heterothermicOf animals except birds and mammals; having body temperature that varies with the environment
heterotrophicRequiring organic compounds of carbon and nitrogen for nourishment They are heterotrophic and live in both freshwater and seawater.
heterozygousHaving dissimilar alleles at corresponding chromosomal loci Girls heterozygous for the trait are unaffected.
heuristicOf or relating to or using a general formulation that serves to guide investigation Evidence belongs more in the heuristic rather than ideational category.
hexOf or pertaining to a number system having 16 as its base Dominic destine also known as hex.
hexadecimalOf or pertaining to a number system having 16 as its base The hexadecimal value of the color is 0f4d92.
hexagonalHaving six sides or divided into hexagons The scales along the dorsal ridge of the back are hexagonal.
hexangularHaving six sides or divided into hexagons
hexedCausing or accompanied by misfortune You and i know selling ruth didn’t anger some spirit who has hexed the red sox.

Adjectives That Start with HI (87 Words)

hi-techResembling or making use of highly advanced technology or devices The authors of contraceptive tech seemed to find them compelling.
hibernalCharacteristic of or relating to winter
hickAwkwardly simple and provincial Modesto wasn’t a hick town then or now.
hiddenDesigned to elude detection Kleptomania contains a number of hidden tracks.
hideboundStubbornly conservative and narrow-minded One is hidebound, stiff, silent in the face of media criticism.
hideousGrossly offensive to decency or morality; causing horror A hideous woman from the forest accosts him and proposes a bargain.
hidroticOf or relating to sweat Clouston’s hidrotic ectodermal dysplasia.
hiemalCharacteristic of or relating to winter
hierarchalClassified according to various criteria into successive levels or layers It is that hierarchal relationship that is opposed.
hierarchicClassified according to various criteria into successive levels or layers The construction of hierarchic and non hierarchic classifications.
hierarchicalClassified according to various criteria into successive levels or layers The classifications were hierarchical.
hieraticWritten or belonging to a cursive form of ancient egyptian writing Cursive hieroglyphs should not be confused with hieratic.
hieraticalAssociated with the priesthood or priests The band then changed their name to hieratical.
hieroglyphicResembling hieroglyphic writing Hells canyon wilderness is a portion of the hieroglyphic mountains.
hieroglyphicalWritten in or belonging to a writing system using pictorial symbols
hifalutinAffectedly genteel If you do see something wrong, fix it, and forego the hifalutin marker.
highBeing at or having a relatively great or specific elevation or upward extension (sometimes used in combinations like `knee-high’) Garden at junior high is waiting to sprout up.
high-altitudeOccurring at or from a relative high altitude Thanks for the addtion to the blimp article about high altitude applications.
high-classPretentiously elegant Bacillariophyceae is a class of diatom.
high-energyVigorously energetic or forceful The lagrangian is defined as the kinetic energy minus the potential energy.
high-flownPretentious (especially with regard to language or ideals) The various models of the eaglet were flown prewar by private owner pilots.
high-handedGiven to haughty disregard of others He handed the wad of money.
high-interestCharging a relatively large percentage of the amount borrowed The material has high porosity and high strength.
high-levelAt an elevated level in rank or importance The satisfaction level of the beneficiary farmers is very high.
high-mindedOf high moral or intellectual value; elevated in nature or style- oliver franks He was open minded, valorous and skilled in strategy.
high-octaneUsed of gasoline; having a high octane number It’s slow in the first two acts, but high octane in the final one.
high-performanceModified to give superior performance The m3 high performance variant of the convertible debuted in 2008.
high-pitchedUsed of sounds and voices; high in pitch or frequency Abu is a kleptomaniac sidekick monkey with a high pitched voice.
high-poweredVigorously energetic or forceful A self powered ammeter is disclosed.
high-pressureAggressively and persistently persuasive Is it really the high pressure in the capillaries that causes leakage
high-pricedHaving a high price The material has high porosity and high strength.
high-principledHaving high principles What is your opinion about people who are principled
high-rankingAt an elevated level in rank or importance The senator is the ranking member of the minority staff.
high-resolutionProducing images that are sharp and finely detailed Selecting the mode indirectly selected the resolution.
high-riseUsed of buildings of many stories equipped with elevators; tall A rise of nationalism also contributed to the rise of the vernacular.
high-riskNot financially safe or secure The high schools are anderson high school and brae high school.
high-soundingPretentious (especially with regard to language or ideals) A malapropism is the use of a like sounding but inappropriate word.
high-speedOperating at high speed Speed is the rapidity of movement.
high-spiritedJoyously unrestrained The king also has a daughter, the beautiful and spirited leonida.
high-strungBeing in a tense state Initially antenna wires were strung around the periphery of the towers.
high-techResembling or making use of highly advanced technology or devices Get ready for high tech wizardry zinging data in your neighborhood.
high-tonedPretentiously elegant I put the article into standard english and toned down the gush.
high-yieldYielding a large amount of agricultural or industrial production This option adds to the yield of the note.
highbornBelonging to the peerage She turns out to be highborn, the daughter of the king of france.
highbrowHighly cultured or educated The channel has a focus on culture and arts and offers highbrow programming.
highbrowedHighly cultured or educated
higherSmelling spoiled or tainted This bird has its nest high up in the treetops.
higher-rankingHaving a higher rank The higher the score, the higher the probability that the message is spam.
highestHappy and excited and energetic Garden at junior high is waiting to sprout up.
highfalutinAffectedly genteel He wasn’t highfalutin; he was just a good bloke.
highfalutingAffectedly genteel There’s nothing highfaluting here.
highflyingMoving upward or along at a considerable height
highlandUsed of high or hilly country It is one of the highland towns forming the southern extremity of the province.
hilarOf or relating to or located near a hilum Typically, it will also reveal eggshell calcification of the hilar lymph nodes.
hilariousMarked by or causing boisterous merriment or convulsive laughter The mutt is hilarious as he reacts to the flea.
hillyHaving hills and crags The areas are hilly and mountainous in the east.
himalayanOf or relating to the himalayas It’s actually a himalayan with pretensions of grandeur.
hindLocated at or near the back of an animal In addition, the tarsus of the hind legs of the males is more silvery.
hinderLocated at or near the back of an animal Hope it doesn’t hinder the state of the article.
hinderingLocated at or near the back of an animal Its purpose is to hinder and frustrate an attack made by the forlorn hope.
hindermostLocated farthest to the rear
hindiOf or relating to or supporting hinduism She is the daughter of the hindi novelist shivani.
hindmostLocated farthest to the rear The anus is located close to the hindmost part of the body.
hindooOf or relating to or supporting hinduism
hinduOf or relating to or supporting hinduism Hindu society honors the cow as a symbol of unselfish giving.
hindustaniOf or relating to or characteristic of hindustan or its people or language This page and the hindustani page are staying.
hipInformed about the latest trends It is hip, urban and bubbly, and unhurried.
hiplengthExtending to or just over the hips
hiplessHaving or seeming to have no hips
hippedSloping on all sides The hipped roof is covered with metal.
hipperInformed about the latest trends This exercise helps to flex the hip.
hippocraticOf or relating to hippocrates or the school of medicine that took his name It was hippocratic practice to write in this style.
hircineOf or pertaining to or suggestive of a goat (especially in strong odor)
hiredHired for the exclusive temporary use of a group of travelers He was hired as a staff.
hirsuteHaving or covered with hair He’s overweight, hirsute, perpetually smiling, and extremely libidinous.
hispanicRelated to a spanish-speaking people or culture Primarily land dispossession of the hispanic californians.
hispaniolanOf or relating to the west indian island of hispaniola The hispaniolan trogon has a recognized presence in the region.
hispidHaving stiff coarse hairs or bristles The rare hispid hare has also been reported from the park.
histologicOf or relating to histology The nematodes cause histologic lesions in the respiratory tract.
histologicalOf or relating to histology Histological examination of the immune system.
historicBelonging to the past; of what is important or famous in the past The preservation of the historic buildings faded into the background.
historicalOf or relating to the study of history The last is the historical commentary.
historiedHaving an illustrious past It is a long historied but young and robust city.
histrionicCharacteristic of acting or a stage performance; often affected Here are apologies for my slightly histrionic post here
hitlerianOf or relating to or suggestive of adolf hitler or his nazi regime in germany Plus, there’s an entire thing of him discussing some hitlerian thesis.
hitlessWithout a hit Adduci was hitless in his only at bat in his debut.
hittiteOf or relating to the hittite people or their language or culture Lelwani is a hittite goddess of the underworld.

Adjectives That Start with HM, HO (122 Words)

hmongOf or related to the hmong people or their language or their culture Hmong american women living with diabetes.
ho-humSo lacking in interest as to cause mental weariness He pushed in the key and the car made a soft hum.
hoarShowing characteristics of age, especially having grey or white hair-coleridge But, i don’t agree with you that hoar is not notable.
hoarseDeep and harsh sounding as if from shouting or illness or emotion- virgil thomson He is fat and his voice has become hoarse.
hoaryCovered with fine whitish hairs or down The scene plays into the hoary sentiment.
hobnailedMarked by the wearing of heavy boots studded with hobnails The man in the clouds with the multicolored mirrors on his hobnailed boots.
hoggedSo weakened as to sag at each end Hope it helps, and sorry for having hogged your talk page for a day or two.
hoggishResembling swine; coarsely gluttonous or greedy
hoity-toityAffectedly genteel
hokeyArtificially formal To say they are is just hokey relativism.
holeyAllowing passage in and out It is loaf shaped, with a cream colored, holey interior and a yellow rind.
holierBelonging to or derived from or associated with a divine power The invocation of holy war is bogus.
holiestBelonging to or derived from or associated with a divine power The invocation of holy war is bogus.
holisticEmphasizing the organic or functional relation between parts and the whole Emphasis on holistic design and the ethics.
hollowNot solid; having a space or gap or cavity The enlarged hollow member is implanted under the skin.
hollow-hornedHaving horns that are hollow Baphomet is winged and horned, combining human and bestial features.
hollywoodOf or relating to the film industry in the united states Moreover, wallace’s films prefigure developments in hollywood comedy.
holographicOf or relating to holography or holograms One shared property of all these theories is the holographic principle.
holographicalWritten entirely in one’s own hand
holometabolicUndergoing complete metamorphosis
holometabolousUndergoing complete metamorphosis The parasites then undergo holometabolous metamorphosis to become adults.
holophyticObtaining nourishment as green plants do
holozoicObtaining nourishment as animals do by ingesting complex organic matter
holyBelonging to or derived from or associated with a divine power The ceremony was blessed by the holy spirit.
homeUsed of your own ground Baseball family to get new ultramodern home.
homeboundConfined usually by illness No accelerating or decelerating forces apply to the homebound twin.
homegrownGrown or originating in a particular place But there is no such thing as greater croatian homegrown political programme.
homelessWithout nationality or citizenship Most of the homeless left the town.
homelikeHaving a feeling of home; cozy and comfortable Centered in reykjavik, the school tries to make itself as homelike as possible.
homelyLacking in physical beauty or proportion He is also regarded as the great pattern of homely pulpit eloquence.
homemadeMade or produced in the home or by yourself Armed with homemade weapons, the team readies themselves for the beast.
homeothermicOf birds and mammals; having constant and relatively high body temperature This makes them homeothermic when active, and poikilothermic when at rest.
homesickLonging to return home However, the woman later became homesick and returned to jamaica.
homespunMade of cloth spun or woven in the home She always offered her homespun philosophy to troubled souls in need of advice.
homewardOriented toward home Impassable rivers lay athwart their homeward route, and hemmed them in.
homeyHaving a feeling of home; cozy and comfortable I haven’t seen evidence of maliciousness from homey.
homicidalCharacteristic of or capable of or having a tendency toward killing another human being Othello’s jealousy is eventually stoked by iago into homicidal rage.
homileticOf the nature of a homily or sermon Houdry left two important homiletic works.
homileticalOf the nature of a homily or sermon Bersuire was an eloquent preacher and a voluminous homiletical writer.
hominalOf humankind as a species
homingOrienting or directing homeward or to a destination List of homing endonuclease cutting sites.
hominianCharacterizing the family hominidae, which includes homo sapiens as well as extinct species of manlike creatures
hominidCharacterizing the family hominidae, which includes homo sapiens as well as extinct species of manlike creatures Direct dating of the florisbad hominid.
hominineCharacteristic of humankind Theories about origin of hominine bipedalism.
homocentricHaving a common center It does not deny that myriad important homocentric problems exist.
homocercalPossessing a symmetrical tail that extends beyond the end of the vertebral column (as in most bony fishes) By contrast, most bony fishes possess a homocercal caudal fin.
homochromaticHaving only one wavelength
homocyclicContaining a closed ring of atoms of the same kind especially carbon atoms
homoeciousOf parasites especially rust fungi; completing the entire life cycle on a single host
homoeroticOf or concerning homosexual love Their relationship is not sexual but there are homoerotic undertones there.
homogeneousAll of the same or similar kind or nature Above the liquidus temperature, the material is homogeneous.
homogenisedMade homogeneous The offshore market is far less homogenised.
homogenizedFormed by blending unlike elements especially by reducing one element to particles and dispersing them throughout another substance Homogenized milk may be more digestible than unhomogenized milk.
homogenousAll of the same or similar kind or nature The proton is the most pervasive homogeneous catalyst.
homoiothermicOf birds and mammals; having constant and relatively high body temperature
homologicSimilar in evolutionary origin but not in function
homologicalSimilar in evolutionary origin but not in function Homological algebra isn’t part of algebraic geometry.
homologousCorresponding or similar in position or structure or function or characteristics; especially derived from an organism of the same species It is homologous with the nostril of other mammals.
homophileHomosexual or arousing homosexual desires Most homophile activits go in background shortly after 1971.
homophobicPrejudiced against homosexual people I saw him as macho and homophobic.
homophonicHaving the same sound The book cipher and straddling checkerboard are types of homophonic cipher.
homophonousCharacteristic of the phenomenon of words of different origins that are pronounced the same way In ireland, ewe and yo are homophonous also.
homosexualSexually attracted to members of your own sex The college does not condone the commission of homosexual acts.
homosporousCharacterized by homospory Plants that are homosporous produce spores of the same size and type.
homostyledHaving styles all of the same length
homostylicHaving styles all of the same length
homostylousHaving styles all of the same length
homothermicOf birds and mammals; having constant and relatively high body temperature
homozygousHaving identical alleles at corresponding chromosomal loci The homozygous form of the mutation is the least severe form.
homyHaving a feeling of home; cozy and comfortable I think homy got confused about the meaning of the sentence.
honduranOf or relating to or characteristic of honduras or its people The baleada is a representative dish of the honduran gastronomy.
honestNot disposed to cheat or defraud; not deceptive or fraudulent They repute her as an honest man.
honeyOf something having the color of honey The honey gourami is an omnivore.
honeycombedPitted with cell-like cavities (as a honeycomb) Cadbury crunchie is a milk chocolate bar with a honeycombed sugar centre.
honeyedPleasing to the ear Randy’s approach was more honeyed than teddy’s.
honeylikeResembling honey
honiedWith honey added
honorableNot disposed to cheat or defraud; not deceptive or fraudulent Baker received honorable mention in the report of the commanding general.
honoraryGiven as an honor without the normal duties Flanking the coffin were the honorary pall bearers.
honoredHaving an illustrious reputation; respected Honored are the elect in the court of the almighty.
honourableNot disposed to cheat or defraud; not deceptive or fraudulent The honorable maulana was its founder and the president.
hoofedHaving or resembling hoofs It had three hoofed toes on each foot, and a very short tail.
hooflikeResembling a hoof; especially having the horny texture of a hoof Each toe bore a hooflike ungual which was sheathed in horn.
hook-nosedHaving an aquiline nose A short pendant line preferably couples the hook to the anchor.
hookedAddicted to a drug A chain was wrapped around the axle and hooked to the stump.
hooklikeHaving or resembling a hook (especially in the ability to grasp and hold); The surface of the fruit has hooklike projections.
hoovedHaving or resembling hoofs It is the smallest hooved animal in the world.
hoped-forExpected hopefully Cinader hoped to capitalize on the success of the book.
hopefulHaving or manifesting hope I’m hopeful that the message will be the end of it.
hopelessBeyond hope of management or reform The situation is hopeless.
horaryRelating to the hours All horary traditions are out there for you to study.
horizontalParallel to or in the plane of the horizon or a base line As whitehead hoped, one remedy sought was horizontal divestiture.
hormonalOf or relating to or caused by hormones Sibutramine does not affect the efficacy of hormonal contraception.
hornedHaving a horn or horns or hornlike parts or horns of a particular kind It is unknown whether the males of the horned lantern fish are parasitic.
hornlessHaving no horns The breed has coarse to medium wool and is polled hornless .
hornlikeMade of horn (or of a substance resembling horn) Keratoderma is a hornlike skin condition.
hornyFeeling great sexual desire The horny operculum is composed of corneous material.
horrendousCausing fear or dread or terror As horrendous as this is, there probably never will be.
horribleProvoking horror- winston churchill The reception of the car was horrible.
horridExceedingly bad The actual reviews are uniformly horrid.
horrificCausing fear or dread or terror Accounts of the ordeals of the wounded are horrific reading.
horrifiedStricken with horror He was horrified when his flesh begins to putrefy.
horrifyingProvoking horror- winston churchill It’s really more along the lines of shocking and horrifying.
horror-struckStricken with horror The comic touches deepen the horror.
hortativeGiving strong encouragement The adhortative is a hortative mood in english.
hortatoryGiving strong encouragement The hortatory admonition is not helpful.
horticulturalOf or relating to the cultivation of plants The garden is the result of floral and horticultural works.
hospitableHaving an open mind He was a hospitable and convivial man.
hostileUnsolicited and resisted by the management of the target company ( used of attempts to buy or take control of a business) I agree that the phrasing of the nomination is hostile.
hotNewly made They tell me that the domes are hot in the summer and noisy.
hot-bloodedProne to emotion The hot weather spoiled the meat.
hotheadedCharacterized by undue haste and lack of thought or deliberation; (`brainish’ is archaic) In the hotheaded antebellum years, the society could become raucous.
hotterVery unpleasant or even dangerous They tell me that the domes are hot in the summer and noisy.
hottestVery unpleasant or even dangerous They tell me that the domes are hot in the summer and noisy.
hottishSomewhat hot
hourlongLasting for an hour He is credited with helping pioneer the station’s hourlong news format.
hourlyOccurring every hour or payable by the hour Sundays, the service is hourly to leeds and two hourly to bradford.
houseboundConfined usually by illness He continued to work but was housebound from the beginning of 2009.
housebrokenTrained to urinate and defecate outside or in a special place Not all kinds of animals can be housebroken.
housewifelyRelated or suited to a housewife
howlingExtraordinarily good or great ; used especially as intensifiers Shingebis obeyed the summons, and sent the blusterer howling to his home.
hoydenishUsed of girls; wild and boisterous

Adjectives That Start with HU (45 Words)

huffishSullen or moody
huffyRoused to anger- mark twain So, indeed, you were being huffy and continue to be.
hugeUnusually great in size or amount or degree or especially extent or scope The cast are huge football fanatics.
hugerUnusually great in size or amount or degree or especially extent or scope The room is huge and spatial.
hugestUnusually great in size or amount or degree or especially extent or scope Most had a topsail above the huge mainsail and a large foresail.
hugger-muggerIn utter disorder He’s a mugger due to his actions.
hugoesqueIn the manner of victor hugo
hulkingOf great size and bulk A big hulking man who apparently fought alongside kanbei in the old days.
hulkyOf great size and bulk
humanCharacteristic of humanity During perspiration, sweat removes heat from the human body by evaporating.
humanePertaining to or concerned with the humanities He also served as the president of the american humane association.
humanisticMarked by humanistic values and devotion to human welfare Humanistic sociology had a role in the decline of functionalism.
humanitarianOf or relating to or characteristic of humanitarianism The reforms of the humanitarian movement.
humanlikeSuggesting human characteristics for animals or inanimate things Even though the light is humanlike, urban dwellers disrespect it.
humbleMarked by meekness or modesty; not arrogant or prideful- b.k.malinowski He is a humble and modest person.
humbledUsed of unskilled work (especially domestic work) My humble oxford dictionary does not disgorge that definition.
humblingOf low birth or station (`base’ is archaic in this sense) He is a humble and modest person.
humdrumNot challenging; dull and lacking excitement It’s always good to be reminded where paris is, but the rest is very humdrum.
humicOf or relating to or derived from humus The materials contained in the matrix comprise biologically recent humic acids.
humidContaining or characterized by a great deal of water vapor The climate for much of the distribution range is warm and humid.
humifiedConverted to humus Leonardite and humified organic matter.
humiliatingCausing awareness of your shortcomings Offences against the state merited the most humiliating punishments.
humongousVery large The list is far too humongous to continue…
humorousFull of or characterized by humor The effect is both humorous and frightening.
humourlessLacking humor- truman capote She appears to me very hostile and humourless.
humourousFull of or characterized by humor Humourous is a valid spelling of the word.
humpbackedCharacteristic of or suffering from kyphosis, an abnormality of the vertebral column Larvae are legless, humpbacked and white with a tan head.
humpedCharacteristic of or suffering from kyphosis, an abnormality of the vertebral column Cos he’s getting humped if he is.
hunchbackedCharacteristic of or suffering from kyphosis, an abnormality of the vertebral column He grows up deformed and hunchbacked.
hundredBeing ten more than ninety Byculla school celebrates hundred years with pomp.
hundredthThe ordinal number of one hundred in counting order The choir and congregation then sang the hundredth psalm.
hungarianRelating to or characteristic of hungary He was involved in the deportation of the hungarian jews in 1944.
hungrierFeeling hunger; feeling a need or desire to eat food They were rapacious, land hungry, avaricious and greedy.
hungriestExtremely desirous They were rapacious, land hungry, avaricious and greedy.
hungryExtremely desirous A hungry stomach seldom loathes common victuals.
hunky-doryBeing satisfactory or in satisfactory condition And all will be hunky dory in fac…
hurriedMoving rapidly or performed quickly or in great haste The lad is seized and hurried from the spot.
hurtSuffering from physical injury especially that suffered in battle The girl teeters because her leg is hurt.
hurtfulHarmful to living things Physically touching a child is hurtful .
husbandlyBefitting or characteristic of a husband It had an idea of a pathologic husbandly jealousy.
huskierDeep and harsh sounding as if from shouting or illness or emotion- virgil thomson Jonathan the husky is the mascot of the university of connecticut.
huskiestMuscular and heavily built The university of washington’s mascot is harry the husky.
huskyDeep and harsh sounding as if from shouting or illness or emotion- virgil thomson Kyle shouted a lot yesterday during the football game and his voice went husky.
huxleianOf or relating to thomas huxley
huxleyanOf or relating to thomas huxley

Adjectives That Start with HY (74 Words)

hyalineResembling glass in transparency or translucency-sacheverell sitwell Ascospores are hyaline to pale brown, spherical, uninucleate.
hyaloidResembling glass in transparency or translucency-sacheverell sitwell Regression of the hyaloid artery.
hyaloplasmicOf or relating to hyaloplasm
hybridProduced by crossbreeding Hybrid forms of the kumquat include the following.
hydraulicOf or relating to the study of hydraulics The rotor receives the combined fluid output of the hydraulic pumps.
hydricHaving or characterized by excessive moisture Another way to remove pollution from surface runoff hydric acid is bioswale.
hydro-electricOf or relating to or used in the production of electricity by waterpower There are hydroelectric and thermoelectric power plants.
hydrocephalicRelating to or characterized by or evidencing hydrocephalus She was hydrocephalic, meaning she was born with water in the brain.
hydrodynamicOf or relating to hydrodynamics To reduce hydrodynamic drag, one of the periscopes was deleted.
hydroelectricOf or relating to or used in the production of electricity by waterpower There are hydroelectric and thermoelectric power plants.
hydrographicOf or relating to the science of hydrography The hydrographic network is very limited in the district of nyagatare.
hydrographicalOf or relating to the science of hydrography He recorded meteorological and hydrographical data while underway.
hydrokineticRelating to fluids in motion or the forces that produce or affect such motion If it uses a torque converter it has hydrokinetic transmission.
hydrolyzableCapable of undergoing hydrolysis Hydrolyzable tannins are extracted from the barrel wood.
hydrometricOf or relating to hydrometry Combomune is an important hydrometric station along the limpopo.
hydropathicOf or relating to hydropathy or its administration Craiglockhart remained as a hydropathic, until the advent of the first orld ar.
hydrophilicHaving a strong affinity for water; tending to dissolve in, mix with, or be wetted by water Hydrophilic interaction chromatography.
hydrophobicLacking affinity for water; tending to repel and not absorb water; tending not to dissolve in or mix with or be wetted by water If the surface is highly hydrophobic, the droplet will bounce.
hydrophyticGrowing wholly or partially in water
hydroponicOf or relating to aquiculture Marijuana was often produced locally using the hydroponic method.
hydrostaticRelating to fluids at rest or to the pressures they exert or transmit A worm and worm rack combination with hydrostatic lubrication therebetween.
hydrousContaining combined water (especially water of crystallization as in a hydrate) How does powdered milk differ in nutrients from hydrous milk
hydroxyBeing or containing a hydroxyl group It is the beta hydroxy analog of dma.
hygienicTending to promote or preserve health The same also very adversely affect hygienic conditions.
hygienicalTending to promote or preserve health Islamic sexual hygienical jurisprudence.
hygrophyticRequiring an abundance of moisture
hygroscopicAbsorbing moisture (as from the air) It is highly hygroscopic and water soluble.
hymenalOf or relating to the hymen Their hymenal opening tends to be annular circumferential .
hymenealOf or relating to a wedding or marriage
hymenopterousOf or relating to insects of the order hymenoptera
hyoidOf or relating to the hyoid bone It projects obliquely upwards behind the tongue and the hyoid bone.
hypaethralPartly or entirely open to the sky Hypaethral is an ancient temple with no roof.
hyperactiveMore active than normal Moreover, the hyperactive use of trademark registration symbols is needless.
hyperbolicOf or relating to a hyperbola She drew a hyperbolic figure.
hyperboloidalHaving the shape of a hyperboloid The mirror has an f/2.7 hyperboloidal shape.
hypercatalecticHaving an extra syllable or syllables at the end of a metrically complete verse or in a metrical foot
hypercriticalInclined to judge too severely At that point i’m just being hypercritical.
hyperemicRelating to or caused by hyperemia The right eye showed hyperemic optic disc with serous retinal detachment.
hyperfineExtremely fine or thin, as in a spectral line split into two or more components Thanks for your contribution to the hyperfine structure article.
hypermetropicAbnormal ability to focus of distant objects Now consider a hypermetropic eye.
hyperopicAbnormal ability to focus of distant objects Factors influencing the outcome of hyperopic lamellar keratoplasty.
hypersensitisedHaving an allergy or peculiar or excessive susceptibility (especially to a specific factor)
hypersensitiveHaving an allergy or peculiar or excessive susceptibility (especially to a specific factor) Rachel who is hypersensitive has strong imaginations.
hypersensitizedHaving an allergy or peculiar or excessive susceptibility (especially to a specific factor)
hyperthermalOf or relating to or affected by hyperthermia
hypertonicIn a state of abnormally high tension Both isotonic and hypertonic saline is used for neti.
hypertrophiedExcessively enlarged as a result of increased size in the constituent cells The bladder becomes shrunken and the bladder wall hypertrophied.
hypethralPartly or entirely open to the sky
hypnagogicSleep inducing In this sense, the tetris effect is a form of hypnagogic imagery.
hypnogogicSleep inducing It seems to be related to the hypnogogic jerk, in me at least.
hypnoidOf or relating to a state of sleep or hypnosis
hypnoticOf or relating to hypnosis The firewalking event was quite hypnotic and emotionally charged.
hypnotisedHaving your attention fixated as though by a spell What does the hypnotist read from the person who’s being hypnotised
hypoactiveAbnormally inactive Hypoactive sexual desire disorder.
hypochondriacSuffering from hypochondria He is a cowardly hypochondriac, often cynical and arrogant.
hypochondriacalSuffering from hypochondria
hypocriticalProfessing feelings or virtues one does not have The church is the hypocritical and implacable enemy of homosexuals.
hypodermalOf or relating to the hypodermis
hypodermicRelating to or located below the epidermis Injection syringe and hypodermic needle.
hypoglycaemicOf or relating to hypoglycemia They display a hypoglycaemic action in warm blooded animals.
hypoglycemicOf or relating to hypoglycemia This woman is a diabetic, and she is going into hypoglycemic shock.
hypognathousHaving a projecting lower jaw
hypophysealOf or relating to the hypophysis
hypophysectomisedHaving the pituitary gland removed by surgery
hypophysectomizedHaving the pituitary gland removed by surgery
hypophysialOf or relating to the hypophysis Gnrh is secreted in the hypophysial portal bloodstream at the median eminence.
hypotensiveHaving abnormally low blood pressure The compounds have anti ulcer activity and hypotensive activity.
hypothalamicOf or relating to the hypothalamus A hypothalamic disease is a disorder presenting primarily in the hypothalamus.
hypotheticBased primarily on surmise rather than adequate evidence So, a longitudinal electrical wave in air is hypothetic.
hypotheticalBased primarily on surmise rather than adequate evidence It includes the hypothetical and disjunctive sub relations.
hypotonicLacking normal tone or tension This demonstrates the floppiness of a hypotonic infant.
hypovolaemicOf or relating to a decrease in the volume of circulating blood Injury to the internal iliac artery can occur, leading to hypovolaemic shock.
hypovolemicOf or relating to a decrease in the volume of circulating blood The cause of death is usually due to hypovolemic shock or organ failure.
hystericalMarked by excessive or uncontrollable emotion Enough with the hysterical exaggerations.

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