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- ghetto And over all loom the Fridays in the little dingy hall in the Ghetto, where the handful of Russian refugees gather; where bold imprecations are thundered against the tyranny and injustice of the existing, and winged words prophesy the near approach of a glorious Dawn. Straight out of Brooklyn a baby mama snatcher named Ghetto Invisible set glow – Loso's Way by fabolous
- heat It is all well enough for us of another generation to wax wise with advice to those who bore the burden in the heat of the day. When with her infants, from some shady seat By the lake's edge, she rose--to face the noontide heat; – An Evening Walk, Addressed to a Young Lady by William Wordsworth
- hecate What a hecate of agony burdens the plain!
- heck "Praise th' heavens," Old Heck breathed fervently as he gazed spell-bound after the retreating pair, "it wasn't them!" What the heck Gotta needle in my neck – What The Heck by Smut Peddlers
- hectic One, "a little man of feeble make, who would be unhappy if his pony got beyond a foot pace," slight, with "small, elegant features, hectic cheek, and soft hazel eyes, the index of the quick, sensitive spirit within, as if he had the warm heart of a woman, her genuine enthusiasm, and some of her weaknesses." soulfully connected chaotically hectic – Beat Me by custom
- hector Hector was jealous of him."
- heft Not see? because of night perhaps?-why, day Came back again for that! before it left, The dying sunset kindled through a cleft: The hills, like giants at a hunting, lay Chin upon hand, to see the game at bay- "Now stab and end the creature-to the heft!"
- hefty Loved the rarity of her beauty, and the vitality of her body, loved the extreme care she took not to allow her fingers to touch his when passing a cup or a hefty sandwich.
- hectors Hectors beaked whale (M.