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hm

1
  1. hectometer; hectometers.


h'm

2
or hmm

[ hmm ]

interjection

  1. (used typically to express thoughtful absorption, hesitation, doubt, or perplexity.)

HM

3

abbreviation for

  1. Hispanic male.

H.M.

4

abbreviation for

  1. Her Majesty.
  2. His Majesty.

hm

1

the internet domain name for

  1. Heard and McDonald Islands


hm

2

symbol for

  1. hectometre

h'm

3

/ hmmm /

interjection

  1. used to indicate hesitation, doubt, assent, pleasure, etc

HM

4

abbreviation for

  1. His ( or Her) Majesty
  2. heavy metal (sense 1)
  3. headmaster; headmistress
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Example Sentences

HM is remaining humble in response to the positive press surrounding its campaign.

The speech is written by HM's Government, and the Monarch is constitutionally bound to deliver it as is.

The designs will also be released in HM stores worldwide in January 2014.

He made a short speech before renaming a street in the capital HM Queen Elizabeth Boulevard.

"Hm-m; well, I might not mind that kind of a battle myself," laughed Tilly.

"Hm-m; well, I presume Miss Hartless wouldn't call it—good form," she shrugged.

Hm—brown homespun suit—yes—that's a poor enough fit even for a penniless schoolmaster.

For bute bote T has unbotelich, a rare word, but unboteliche lure, HM 17/25.

"Um-hm" meant yes on the Cape, too, except when Dorinda said it; then it might mean almost anything.

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