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December 29, 2016

One Word Substitutions - Lesson 9

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Friends, this is the 9th Lesson of our One Word Substitutions lesson series. Today we are giving you 20 one word substitutes of the letter 'H'. Read and practice well. Happy Reading :)

One Word Substitutes Practice Test - 9

  • A place where a specific plant or animal is naturally found
    • habitat (noun)
  • Familiar with something as one has done it in the past
    • habituated (adjective)
  • Look at or change information in someone's computer system without authorization 
    • hack (verb)
  • One who secretly sees information in someone's computer system and changes it
    • hacker (noun)
  • Used very often and boring
    • hackneyed (adjective)
  • Study of blood and its diseases
    • haematology (noun)
  • A medical condition that results in great loss of blood even from a minor injury
    • haemophilia (noun)
  • A medical condition in which there is a huge loss of blood from inside the body
    • haemorrhage (noun)
  • Looking extremely tired because of lack of sleep or being ill
    • haggard (adjective)
  • Argue and reach an agreement about price 
    • haggle (verb)
  • A biography that praises a person too much
    • hagiography (noun)
  • Praise someone especially in a newspaper
    • hail (verb)
  • Very frightening
    • hair-raising (adjective)
  • Attaching great importance to small differences in an agrument
    • hair-splitting (adjective)
  • Happy and peaceful
    • halcyon (adjective)
  • Strong and healthy 
    • hale (adjective)
  • A dull and stupid person
    • halfwit (noun)
  • A characteristic that is typical of someone or something
    • hallmark (noun)
  • Important and respected 
    • hallowed (adjective)
  • Imagine things that are not actually there
    • hallucinate (verb)
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