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- Hacked The former is most curious, for every foot of the walls outside is covered by granite carving, mostly of secular subjects and hacked out instead of chiselled.
- harked He gave it up, and harked back quite suddenly to congenial personalities.
- Hawked A man who wished to influence public opinion wrote a pamphlet, small or large, a single leaf or a tract of a few pages, and had it hawked about the streets and sold in the bookshops.
- Hazed They say you gave away the fellows who hazed you the other night.
- hijacked Tires either stolen or hijacked, are sold by the crooks to so-called honest dealers who serve the public.
- Hiked If he had the gold he'd 'a' hiked out of the country long afore this."
- Hissed "I'll tell somebody you got the bridal chamber," hissed Arline, in a very loud whisper.
- Hoaxed The Peary press agents were in Copenhagen, and sent this news out so as to convey the idea that Copenhagen had denounced me; that, in their opinion, the Pole had not been reached as claimed, and that I had hoaxed the world for sordid gain; all of which was untrue.
- hocked "Maybe it isn't proper," she admitted; "but David, honest, I took a hate to being tommy-hocked the last time we played it; so please, dear David!
- inned drivers seat
- jazzed The orchestra whanged and blared and jazzed away; the people at the other tables noticed us or busied themselves noisily with affairs of their own; Worth sat and enjoyed his meal with the air of a man feeding at a solitary country tavern.
- juiced Things were reported in the sky near South Africa, and from Honolulu-where nobody would ignore what a radar said again, especially the juiced-up equipment just modified on orders-and from other places.