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Modern English Words on 12th May :

  1. Hard (adj.) : firm, harsh, difficult


  2. Hard-earned (adj.) : got by strenuous and honest work


  3. Harden (v) : strengthen


  4. Hard-fisted (adj.) : stingy, miserly greedy


  5. Hard-hearted (adj.) : unfeeling


  6. Hardly (adv) : scarcely


  7. Hardship (n) : difficulty, oppression


  8. Hardware (n) : iron goods or wares


  9. Hardy (adj.) : brave, strong, bold


  10. Hare (n) : a small timid animal


  11. Harem (n) : seraglio


  12. Hark (v) : listern, harken


  13. Harlot (n) : a lewd woman


  14. Harm (n) : an injury, damage, mischief


  15. Harm (v) : do harm


  16. Harmful (adj.) : causing harm


  17. Harmless (adj.) : inoffensive, innocent, uninjured


  18. Harmonious (adj.) : musical, agreeing


  19. Harmony (n) : agreement


  20. Harp (n) : lyre, lute


  21. Harper (n) : minstrel


  22. Harpist (n) : minstrel


  23. Harpoon (n) : a spear for catching large fish


  24. Harpoon (v) : use the harpoon


  25. Harpy (n) : extortioner, sharper, plunderer


  26. Harrow (n) : an instrument to level up a ploughed field


  27. Harrow (v) : use the harrow, distress


  28. Harsh (adj.) : rough, cruel


  29. Hart (n) : stag


  30. Hartal (n) : closing of business as a political gesture


  31. Harvest (n) : cutting and gathering of crops


  32. Harvest (v) : gather crop


  33. Hasp (n) : clasp, catch, a hook


  34. Hassock (n) : a cushion used for kneeling


  35. Haste (n) : hurry, quickness


  36. Haste (adv.) : hastily


  37. Hasten (v) : make, quick, urge on


  38. Hasty (adj.) : quick, rash


  39. Hat (n) : a cover for the head


  40. Hatch (n) : a covering for a hole, half door


  41. Hatch (v) : produce young one from egg, plot


  42. Hatchet (n) :a small axe with a short handle


  43. Hatchway (n) : an opening in a floor


  44. Hate (v) : dislike very much


  45. Hate (adj.) : hateful


  46. Hatred (n) : ill-will. Aversion, violent, dislike


  47. Hat trick (n) : three successive victories, three wickets-out in succession


  48. Haughty (adj.) : proud


  49. Haughty (adv.) : haughtily


  50. Haughty (n) : haughtiness


  51. Haul (n) : a pull, draught


  52. Haul (v) : tug, trail




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