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HUD

[huhd] /hʌd/
noun
1.
Department of Housing and Urban Development.

HUD

1.
heads-up display.
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  • Al. “HUD a phyd,” “The valour of the forward Elphin had recourse to wiles and stratagems.”

    Y Gododin Aneurin
  • Mr. HUD Lamson, as usual, was the chairman of the "Convention."

    Anderson Crow, Detective George Barr McCutcheon
  • Yet I suspect that for brail we should read berail, and for HUD us, hood us.

  • HUD Perkins was silent for a long while, then he said quietly, "You saw it two years ago."

    Hi Jolly! James Arthur Kjelgaard
  • No one else ever had a chance to be chairman for the reason that HUD did not insist upon having the honour thrust upon him.

    Anderson Crow, Detective George Barr McCutcheon
British Dictionary definitions for HUD

HUD

abbreviation
1.
head-up display
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Word Origin and History for HUD

hud

n.

"husk of a seed," late 14c., of uncertain origin; perhaps related to hood (n.1).

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