Harsh

Adjective: unpleasantly rough or jarring to the senses

Hasty

Adjective: done or acting with excessive speed and urgency

Hazardous

Adjective: risky; dangerous

Hemisphere

Noun: half of a sphere; one of two halves of the world

Hesitate

Verb: pause before saying or doing something

Historian

Noun: an expert in or student of history

Historic

Adjective: famous or important in history, or potentially so

Hoax

Noun: a humorous or malicious deception

Hoist

Verb: raise something by ropes and pulleys

Honorable

Adjective: worthy of honor

Horizon

Noun: the line where the earth and sky appear to meat; limit of one’s interest

Hostile

Adjective: unfriendly; antagonistic

Humiliate

Verb: make someone feel ashamed, esp. in public

Hurricane

Noun: a storm of violent winds sweeping across the ocean

Hymn

Noun: a religious song or poem

Hyperbole

Noun: exaggerated statements not meant to be taken seriously

Ideal

Adjective: satisfying one’s idea of perfection; Noun: a thing regarded perfect

Identical

Adjective: similar in every detail

Identify

Verb: establish the who or what as the subject, or association

Inaccurate

Adjective: not accurate

Incapable

Adjective: unable to do or achieve

Incline

Verb: feel favorably disposed toward something; Noun: a slope upward

Incompetent

Adjective: not having the necessary skill to do something

Incomplete

Adjective: not complete

Independent

Adjective: free from outside control; Noun: a person or group free of others

Industrial

Adjective: relating to industry

Infection

Noun: the process of infecting or being infected

Injustice

Noun: a lack of fairness

Inspect

Verb: look at something closely

Invasion

Noun: an instance of invading a country or region with an armed force

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