hallucinate ADJ hallucinatory halting hesitant faltering not fluent Ex halting

Hallucinate adj hallucinatory halting hesitant

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objects so perceived; V. hallucinate; ADJ. hallucinatory halting hesitant; faltering; not fluent; Ex. halting steps/voice; V. halt: proceed or act with uncertainty; falter; hesitate; waver; stop waver move or swing back and forth; be uncertain or unsteady in decision or movement; Ex. wavering between accepting and refusing hamper obstruct; prevent the free movement of; N: 侥丰前捞唱 狼汗 殿阑 淬绰 官备聪 hap chance; luck haphazard random; by chance; happening in an unplanned manner; Ex. haphazard growth of the town hapless unfortunate; luckless harangue long, passionate, and vehement speech; V. harass annoy by repeated attacks harbinger forerunner (which foreshadows what is to come) harbor give protection (by giving food and shelter); provide a refuge for; hide; keep in mind (thoughts or feelings); Ex. harbor a grudge/criminal; N: place of shelter; refuge habitat natural home of a plant or animal; CF. habitation hardy (of people or animals) sturdy; robust; (of plants) able to stand inclement(stormy) weather harping tiresome dwelling on a subject; V. harp: dwell on(think or speak a lot about) tediously harrowing agonizing; distressing; traumatic; V. harrow: break up and level (soil) with a harrow; inflict great distress on; agonize; N: farming machine to break up the earth harry harass, annoy, torment (by repeated attacks); raid hatch deck opening; lid covering a deck opening; V: emerge from an egg; produce (young) from an egg latch fastening or lock consisting of a movable bar that fits into a notch; V: close with a latch notch V-shaped cut in a surface; V. haughtiness pride; arrogance; ADJ. haughty haunt (of a spirit) visit (a place); come to mind continually; visit (a place) regularly; frequent; Ex. haunted house; Ex. haunted by his last words; N: place much frequented haven place of safety; refuge; harbor; Ex. tax haven havoc widespread damage; disorder; chaos hazardous dangerous hazard venture; put in danger; risk; Ex. hazard a guess; N: possible source of danger hazy slightly obscure; misty; unclear; N. haze: light mist or smoke; confused state of mind headlong hasty; rash; headfirst; ADV. headfirstmoving with the head leading; headlong headstrong willful; stubborn; unyielding; determined to have one's own way; CF. no 'excessive'
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For more material and information, please visit Tai Lieu Du Hoc at heckler person who verbally harasses others; V. heckle: verbally harass as with gibes (by interrupting a speaker or speech) hedonist one who believes that pleasure is the sole aim in life; CF. hedonism: practice of living one's life purely for pleasure heedless not noticing; disregarding heed pay attention to; N: close attention hegemony dominance especially of one nation over others heinous atrocious; wicked; hatefully bad; Ex. heinous crime gross total; fragrant; clearly wrong; (of people's behavior) coarse; corpulent; Ex. gross insolence/behavior; V: earn as a total amount; N: 12 dozens helm steering wheel of a ship; position of control herbivorous grain-eating; CF. herbivore heresy opinion contrary to popular belief; opinion contrary to accepted religion; ADJ.
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