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noun, plural H's or Hs, h's or hs.
Origin of h.s.1
Origin of h.s.2
Related Words for hsdope, opium, drug, narcotic, festivity, geniality, effervescence, conviviality, blitheness, color, cheer, glee, brilliance, brightness, gladness, entertainment, elation, exhilaration, animation, fun
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Contemporary Examples of hs
HS: Cities are like living characters, going through energy cycles.
HS: The cycles for silhouette, and what it implies are long cycles, 10 to 15 years.
HS: Frances simply belonged to the generation I keep portraying in my photography diary.
HS: I did not keep much, and the little I kept was lost for the most part.
HS: I never did commit until now because it was never the right project.
Historical Examples of hs
As for Walker, he had caught Walker tripping with his hs, and was glad to be rid of him.Travelling Sketches.
The valuation of his house at Rome (superficies aedium) was fixed at HS.Plutarch's Lives, Volume IV
Page 4, changed "hs" to "his" in "envelope from his pocket."Motor Matt's Triumph, or, Three Speeds Forward
Stanley R. Matthews
Hs was pleased to hear she was a clean, tidy child, and that she seemed happy.Rogues and Vagabonds
George R. Sims
The pronunciation of ū as , (Hs for Haus) is peculiar to Alsatian.