Antonym ( H )

Habitual

( Adjective )

He took his habitual seat at the dining table.
Antonyms: 
Abnormal; Exceptional; Extraordinary; Rare; Strange; Uncommon; Unusual; Infrequent; Irregular; Occasional


Halt

( Verb )

We want to halt between two arguments.
Antonyms: 
Begin; Commence; Continue; Go ahead; Maintain; Proceed; Resume; Start; Aid; Boost; Encourage; Forward


Hamper

( Verb )

His walk is hampered by his heavy coat.
Antonyms: 
Aid; Assist; Host; Encourage; Expedite; Forward; Further; Help; Promote; Speed


Handy

( Adjective )

Do not throw the plastic bag away. That may come in handy.
Antonyms: 
Unskilled; Unskillful; Bungling; Clumsy; Unhandy; Awkward; Inept; Maladroit; Useless


Handle

( Verb )

Wash your hands before you handle my books.
Antonyms: 
Throw; Bungle; Miscarry


Hard

( Adjective )

Try hard to succeed.
Antonyms: 
Easy; Simple; Plain; Flexible; Malleable; Pliable; Weak; Soft


Harsh

( Adjective )

His voice is harsh to our ears.
Antonyms:
Musical; Concordant; Tuneful; Melodious; Mild


Hate

( Verb )

My cat hates dogs.
Antonyms: 
Be fond of; Cherish; Dote on; Enjoy; Esteem; Fancy; Like; Love; Relish; Treasure; Wish


Hazard

( Noun )

In this town, your life will be full of hazards.
Antonyms: 
Assurance; Certainty; Necessity; Protection; Safeguard; Security; Surety


Healthy

( Adjective )

These children look very healthy.
Antonyms: 
Sick; Sickly; Ill; Unhealthy; Weak; Weakly; Unsound


Hesitate

( Verb )
They hesitate to spend so much money on clothes.
Antonyms:
Determine; Settle; End; Decide; Resolve


Heavy

( Adjective )

His walk is hampered by his heavy coat.
Antonyms: 
Trivial; Easy; Light; Mild; Agile; Bearable; Gentle


High

( Adjective )
After his success in the Olympic, he holds his head very high.
Antonyms: 

Base; Low; Short; Degraded; Drafted; Stunted; Mild


Highest

( Adjective )
The values of shares of this company have reached the highest point this month.
Antonyms:

Undermost; Lowest; Deepest; Bottom


Hire

( Verb )

Hire a taxi to reach the top of the mountain in time.
Antonyms: 

Purchase; Buy; Fire; Retire; Discharge


Holy

( Adjective )

The Pope is addressed as The Holy Father.
Antonyms:

Irreligious; Ungodly; Irreverent; Blasphemous; Wicked; Unholy; Sacrilegious; Profane


Horrible 

( Adjective )
This newspaper got its popularity by reporting the horrible crimes taking place in the society.
Antonyms:

Agreeable; Pleasant; Delightful; Pleasurable; Charming; Pleasing


Hot

( Adjective )

A man with a hot temper is not suitable for this job.
Antonyms: 

Cold; Cool; Calm; Soothing


Humane ( Adjective )

He is a man of humane character.
Antonyms:

Inhuman; Unkind; Cruel; Uncharitable; Malignant


Humid

( Adjective )

The humid nature of this hills station is attracting many tourists to this place.
Antonyms:

Parched; Dry; Arid; Sunny; Torrid


Humor ( Noun )

He wrote a story full of humor.
Antonyms: 

Solemnity; Gravity; Sobriety; Seriousness


Humorous

( Adjective )

Your humorous remarks were well received by the audience.
Antonyms:

Serious; Grave; Dull; Sedate; Gloomy


Hypocrisy

( Noun )

Making a claim that one did not commit a mistake is nothing but hypocrisy.
Antonyms: 

Honesty; Uprightness; Straightforwardness; Sincerity; Truthfulness


 

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