Synonyms ( H )

High

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

Elevated; Tall;Lofty; Towering; Steep; Soaring; Great 


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

Topmost; Uppermost; Supreme; Tallest


Hire

( Verb )

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

Engage; Employ; Appoint; Commission; Lease; Charge; Rent; Enlist; Recruit


Holy

( Adjective )

The Pope is addressed as The Holy Father. 
Synonyms:

Religious; Godly; Pious; Pure; Sublime; Virtuous; Saintly; Sacred; Hallowed; Divine 


Horrible 

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

Frightful; Appalling; Dire; Ghastly; Ugly; Fearful; Awful; Terrific; Dreadful; Hideous; Repulsive 


Hot

( Adjective )

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

Burning; Feverish; Scorching; Torrid 


Humane

( Adjective )

He is a man of humane character. 
Synonyms: 

Humanitarian; Philanthropic; Sympathetic; Tender; Kind; Benign; Human; Charitable; Compassionate 


Humid

( Adjective )

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

Wet; Moist; Close; Sticky; Oppressive


Humor

( Noun )

He wrote a story full of humor
Synonyms:

Wit; Fun; Comedy; Factiousness; Amusement; Jocularity; Pleasantry 


Humorous

( Adjective )

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

Funny; Witty; Comic; Comical; Droll; Jocose; Jocular; Waggish


Hypocrisy

( Noun )

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

Deceit; Dissembling; Duplicity; Pretence; Falsify; Deception; Cant 


 

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