Part 1.

gruel
a thin porridge
gusto
vigorous and enthusiastic enjoyment
gusty
blowing in puffs or short intermittent blasts
hackneyed
repeated too often; overfamiliar through overuse
haggle
wrangle, as over a price or terms of an agreement
halcyon
idyllically calm and peaceful; suggesting happy tranquility

 

Part 2.

hale
exhibiting or restored to vigorous good health
halting
proceeding in a fragmentary, hesitant, or ineffective way
harrowing
causing extreme distress
harry
annoy continually or chronically
headlong
in a hasty and foolhardy manner
heed
pay close attention to

 

Part 3.

herculean
displaying superhuman strength or power
hermitage
the abode of a recluse
hew
make or shape as with an axe
heyday
the period of greatest prosperity or productivity
hireling
a person who works only for money
hoary
ancient

 

Part 4.

homespun
characteristic of country life
homily
a sermon on a moral or religious topic
hoodwink
influence by slyness
horde
a moving crowd
hubbub
loud confused noise from many sources
humble
marked by meekness or modesty; not arrogant or prideful

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2020-04-17