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Halberstam, Solomon
▪ 2001 “Shlomo”        Polish-born American religious leader (b. 1907, Bobowa, Pol.—d. Aug. 2, 2000, New York, N.Y.), emigrated in the late 1940s to New York, ...
Halcion
/hal"see on'/ Trademark. a benzodiazepine, used as a sleeping drug and as an anxiolytic. * * *
halcyon
/hal"see euhn/, adj. Also, halcyonian /hal'see oh"nee euhn/, halcyonic /hal'see on"ik/. 1. calm; peaceful; tranquil: halcyon weather. 2. rich; wealthy; prosperous: halcyon times ...
Haldane
/hawl"dayn/, n. 1. John Burdon Sanderson /berr"dn san"deuhr seuhn/, 1892-1964, English biochemist, geneticist, and writer. 2. his father, John Scott, 1860-1936, Scottish ...
Haldane (of Cloane), Richard Burdon, 1st Viscount
born July 30, 1856, Edinburgh, Scot. died Aug. 19, 1928, Cloan, Perthshire Scottish lawyer and statesman. As British secretary of state for war (1905–12), he instituted ...
Haldane, Elizabeth Sanderson
▪ Scottish social reformer born May 27, 1862, Edinburgh, Scot. died Dec. 24, 1937, Auchterarder, Perth  Scottish social-welfare worker and author.       The younger ...
Haldane, J(ohn) B(urdon) S(anderson)
born Nov. 5, 1892, Oxford, Oxfordshire, Eng. died Dec. 1, 1964, Bhubaneswar, India British geneticist. Son of John Scott Haldane, he began studying science as his father's ...
Haldane, J.B.S.
▪ British geneticist in full  John Burdon Sanderson Haldane   born Nov. 5, 1892, Oxford, Oxfordshire, Eng. died Dec. 1, 1964, Bhubaneswar, India  British geneticist, ...
Haldane, John Scott
born May 3, 1860, Edinburgh, Scot. died March 14/15, 1936, Oxford, Oxfordshire, Eng. British physiologist and philosopher. He developed procedures for studying the physiology ...
Haldane, Richard Burdon, 1st Viscount Haldane of Cloan
▪ Scottish statesman born July 30, 1856, Edinburgh, Scot. died Aug. 19, 1928, Cloan, Perthshire  Scottish lawyer, philosopher, and statesman who instituted important ...
Haldeman, H R
▪ 1994       ("BOB"), U.S. political figure (b. Oct. 27, 1926, Los Angeles, Calif.—d. Nov. 12, 1993, Santa Barbara, Calif.), was best known for his role in the ...
Haldeman, H(arry) R(obbins)
born Oct. 27, 1926, Los Angeles, Calif., U.S. died Nov. 12, 1993, Santa Barbara, Calif. U.S. White House aide. An advertising executive in Los Angeles (1949–68), he managed ...
Haldeman, H.R.
▪ United States political adviser in full  Harry Robbins Haldeman  born Oct. 27, 1926, Los Angeles, Calif., U.S. died Nov. 12, 1993, Santa Barbara, ...
Halden
▪ Norway formerly  Fredrikshald,    town, southeastern Norway. It lies along Idde Fjord, which forms part of the border between Norway and Sweden, at the mouth of the ...
Haldi
▪ ancient god       the national god of the ancient kingdom of Urartu, which ruled the plateau around Lake Van, now eastern Turkey, from about 900 to about 600 BC. Haldi ...
Haldimand
/hawl"deuh meuhnd/, n. a town in SE Ontario, in S Canada. 16,866. * * *
Haldimand, Sir Frederick
▪ British general born Aug. 11, 1718, Yverdon, Switz. died June 5, 1791, Yverdon       British general who served as governor of Quebec province from 1778 to ...
Haldol
/hal"dawl, -dol/, Pharm., Trademark. a brand of haloperidol. * * *
hale
hale1 —haleness, n. /hayl/, adj., haler, halest. free from disease or infirmity; robust; vigorous: hale and hearty men in the prime of life. [bef. 1000; ME (north); OE hal ...
Hale
/hayl/, n. 1. Edward Everett, 1822-1909, U.S. clergyman and author. 2. George Ellery /el"euh ree/, 1868-1938, U.S. astronomer. 3. Sir Matthew, 1609-76, British jurist: Lord Chief ...
Hale Observatories
▪ astronomy       astronomical research unit that included the Palomar Observatory of the California Institute of Technology and the Mount Wilson Observatory of the ...
Hale telescope
the 200-in. (508-cm) reflector at the Palomar Observatory. [after G. E. HALE] * * * ▪ astronomy in full  George Ellery Hale Telescope        one of the world's ...
Hale, Edward Everett
▪ American clergyman and writer born April 3, 1822, Boston, Mass., U.S. died June 10, 1909, Roxbury, Mass.  American clergyman and author best remembered for his short story ...
Hale, George E(llery)
born June 29, 1868, Chicago, Ill. died Feb. 21, 1938, Pasadena, Calif., U.S. U.S. astronomer. He studied at Harvard and in Berlin. In 1888 he organized the Kenwood Observatory ...
Hale, George Ellery
▪ American astronomer born June 29, 1868, Chicago, Ill., U.S. died Feb. 21, 1938, Pasadena, Calif.       American astronomer known for his development of important ...
Hale, Horatio
▪ American anthropologist in full  Horatio Emmons Hale  born May 3, 1817, Newport, N.H., U.S. died Dec. 28, 1896, Clinton, Ont., Can.       American anthropologist, ...
Hale, John Parker
born March 31, 1806, Rochester, N.H., U.S. died Nov. 19, 1873, Dover, N.H. U.S. politician and reformer. He served in the U.S. House of Representatives (1843–45), where he ...
Hale, Kathleen
▪ 2001       British children's writer and illustrator (b. May 24, 1898, Broughton, Lanarkshire, Scot.—d. Jan. 26, 2000, Bristol, Eng.), delighted children and adults ...
Hale, Louise Closser
▪ American actress and author née  Louise Closser   born Oct. 13, 1872, Chicago, Ill., U.S. died July 26, 1933, Los Angeles, Calif.       successful American ...
Hale, Lucretia Peabody
▪ American author born Sept. 2, 1820, Boston, Mass., U.S. died June 12, 1900, Belmont, Mass.       American novelist and writer of books for children.       Hale ...
Hale, Nathan
born June 6, 1755, Coventry, Conn. died Sept. 22, 1776, Manhattan Island, N.Y., U.S. American Revolutionary officer. After graduating from Yale University (1773), he became a ...
Hale, Sarah Josepha
orig. Sarah Josepha Buell born Oct. 24, 1788, Newport, N.H., U.S. died April 30, 1879, Philadelphia, Pa. U.S. writer and editor. Hale turned to writing in 1822 as a widow ...
Hale, Sir Matthew
born Nov. 1, 1609, Alderley, Gloucestershire, Eng. died Dec. 25, 1676, Alderley British legal scholar. Orphaned at age 5, he planned to become a minister but ultimately chose ...
Hale, Sue Sally
▪ 2004       American polo player (b. Aug. 23, 1937, Los Angeles, Calif.—d. April 29, 2003, Coachella Valley, Calif.), for nearly 20 years played in polo tournaments ...
Hale,Edward Everett
Hale (hāl), Edward Everett. 1822-1909. American Unitarian cleric and writer whose more than 150 literary works include the story “The Man Without a Country” (1863). His ...
Hale,George Ellery
Hale, George Ellery. 1868-1938. American astrophysicist who invented the spectroheliograph (1891) and directed the Mount Wilson Observatory (1904-1923). * * *
Hale,Nathan
Hale, Nathan. 1755-1776. American Revolutionary soldier hanged by the British as a spy. According to tradition, his last words were “I only regret that I have but one life to ...
Hale,Sarah Josepha Buell
Hale, Sarah Josepha Buell. 1788-1879. American writer and editor of Godey's Lady's Book (1837-1877), the most popular American women's magazine of its time. Her own works include ...
Hale-Bopp, Comet
Comet discovered in 1994 by the amateur astronomers Alan Hale and Thomas Bopp at a distance from the Sun of about seven astronomical units, beyond Jupiter's orbit and farther ...
Haleakala
/hah'le ah'kah lah"/, n. a dormant volcano in Hawaii, on the island of Maui. 10,032 ft. (3058 m) above sea level. * * * ▪ volcanic mountain, Hawaii, United States Hawaiian ...
Haleakala National Park
a national park on Maui, Hawaii: site of 21-mi. (34-km) diameter volcanic crater. 43 sq. mi. (111 sq. km). * * * National park, eastern Maui, Hawaii, U.S. Established in 1960, ...
HaleakalaCrater
Ha·le·a·ka·la Crater (hä'lē-ä'kə-läʹ) An enormous volcanic crater, 829.6 m (2,720 ft) deep, of eastern Maui, Hawaii. The mountain itself is 3,057 m (10,023 ft) ...
Haleb
Haleb [hä leb′] Ar. name for ALEPPO * * *
Halebid
▪ India  historical site and modern village, south-central Karnataka (Karnātaka) state, southwestern India. Halebid is situated north-northwest of the city of Hassan. It ...
haleness
See hale1. * * *
Halepa, Pact of
▪ Balkan history also called  Treaty Of Halepa, Halepa  also spelled  Khalépa,         convention signed in October 1878 at Khalépa, a suburb of Canea, by which ...
haler
/hah"leuhr/, n. 1. heller2 (def. 1). 2. Also, heller. a minor coin of the Czech Republic, the 100th part of a koruna. [1930-35; < Czech halér < MHG haller, var. of heller ...
Hales, Stephen
▪ English scientist born Sept. 7/17, 1677, Bekesbourne, Kent, Eng. died Jan. 4, 1761, Teddington, near London  English botanist (botany), physiologist, and clergyman who ...
Halevi
/hah lee"vuy, -lay"vee/, n. Judah. See Judah ha-Levi. * * *
Halévy
/ann lay vee"/, n. 1. Fromental /frddaw mahonn tannl"/, (Jacques François Fromental Élie Lévy), 1790-1862, French composer, esp. of operas. 2. his nephew, Ludovic /lyuu daw ...
Halévy, Élie
▪ French historian born Sept. 6, 1870, Étretat, Fr. died Aug. 21, 1937, Sucy-en-Brie       French historian, author of the best detailed general account of ...
Halévy, Fromental
▪ French composer in full  Jacques-François-Fromental-Élie Halévy  original name  Elias Levy   born May 27, 1799, Paris died March 17, 1862, Nice, ...
Halévy, Ludovic
▪ French author born Jan. 1, 1834, Paris, Fr. died May 8, 1908, Paris       French librettist and novelist who, in collaboration with Henri Meilhac, wrote the librettos ...
Haley
(1925–81) the US singer who, with his group the Comets, first made rock and roll popular. They recorded Shake, Rattle and Roll and then Rock Around the Clock, which Haley ...
Haley, Alex
▪ American author in full  Alexander Palmer Haley   born August 11, 1921, Ithaca, New York, U.S. died February 10, 1992, Seattle, Washington  American writer whose works of ...
Haley, Alex(ander Palmer)
born Aug. 11, 1921, Ithaca, N.Y., U.S. died Feb. 10, 1992, Seattle, Wash. U.S. writer. He was raised in North Carolina, served in the Coast Guard (1939–59), and later became ...
Haley, Bill
orig. William John Clifton born July 6, 1925, Highland Park, Mich., U.S. died Feb. 9, 1981, Harlingen, Texas U.S. singer and guitarist, one of the pioneers of rock and roll ...
Haley, Jack, Jr.
▪ 2002       American film and television producer and director (b. Oct. 25, 1933, Los Angeles, Calif.—d. April 21, 2001, Santa Monica, Calif.), produced That's ...
Haley, Margaret Angela
▪ American educator and labour leader born Nov. 15, 1861, Joliet, Ill., U.S. died Jan. 5, 1939, Chicago, Ill.       American educator, a strong proponent and organizer ...
Haley, Sir William
▪ British editor in full  Sir William John Haley   born , May 24, 1901, Jersey, Channel Islands died September 6, 1987, Jersey       director general of the British ...
Haley, Sir William (John)
born May 24, 1901, Jersey, Channel Islands died Sept. 6, 1987, Jersey English journalist and editor. Haley began to study journalism in 1918 and joined the staff of the ...
Haley, William John Clifton,Jr.
Haley, William John Clifton, Jr. Known as “Bill.” 1925-1981. American singer who with his band, the Comets, recorded “Rock Around the Clock” (1954) and other influential ...
Haley,Alex
Ha·ley (hāʹlē), Alex. 1921-1992. American writer best known for Roots (1976), a fictionalized chronicle tracing his family history back to its African origins. * * *
half
/haf, hahf/, n., pl. halves /havz, hahvz/, adj., adv. n. 1. one of two equal or approximately equal parts of a divisible whole, as an object, or unit of measure or time; a part ...
half
/haf, hahf/, n., pl. halves /havz, hahvz/, adj., adv. n. 1. one of two equal or approximately equal parts of a divisible whole, as an object, or unit of measure or time; a part ...
half bath
a bathroom containing only a toilet and wash basin; powder room. Also, half-bath. Also called half bathroom, half-bathroom. [1875-80] * * *
half binding
Bookbinding. a type of book binding consisting of a leather binding on the spine and, sometimes, the corners, with paper or cloth sides. Also called half leather. [1815-25] * * *
half blood
the relation between persons having only one common parent. [1545-55] * * *
half board
demi-pension (def. 1). [1970-75] * * *
half boot
a boot reaching about halfway to the knee. [1780-90] * * *
half brother
brother (def. 2). [1300-50; ME] * * *
half buck
Slang. a half dollar; the sum of 50 cents. Also, half-a-buck /haf"euh buk", hahf"-/. [1945-50, Amer.] * * *
half cadence
Music. a cadence ending with dominant harmony. * * *
half cent
a bronze coin of the U.S., equal to one-half cent, issued at various periods between 1793 and 1857. [1780-90, Amer.] * * *
half cock
the position of the hammer of a firearm when held halfway between the firing and retracted positions by a mechanism so that it will not operate. [1695-1705] * * *
half crown
a former silver or cupronickel coin of Great Britain equal to two shillings and sixpence: use phased out after decimalization in 1971. [1535-45] * * *
half deck
—half-decker, n. (in a sailing ship) the portion of the deck below the upper or spar deck and aft of the mainmast. [1620-30] * * *
half dime
a silver coin of the U.S., equal to five cents, issued 1794-1805 and 1829-73. [1785-95, Amer.] * * *
half dollar
1. a silver or cupronickel coin of the U.S., equal to 50 cents. 2. a silver or nickel coin of Canada, equal to 50 cents. [1755-65] * * *
half eagle
a gold coin of the U.S., discontinued in 1929, equal to five dollars. [1780-90, Amer.] * * *
half gainer
Diving. a dive in which the diver takes off facing forward and performs a backward half-somersault, entering the water headfirst and facing the springboard. * * *
half hitch
a knot or hitch made by forming a bight and passing the end of the rope around the standing part and through the bight. See illus. under knot. [1760-70] * * *
half hose
short hose; socks. [1850-55] * * *
half leather
Bookbinding. See half binding. * * *
Half Moon
the ship in which Henry Hudson made his voyage to explore America in 1609. * * *
half mourning
1. a mourning garb less somber than deep mourning, usually following a period of deep mourning. 2. the period during which it is worn. [1810-20] * * *
half nelson
Wrestling. a hold in which a wrestler, from behind the opponent, passes one arm under the corresponding arm of the opponent and locks the hand on the back of the opponent's neck. ...
half note
Music. a note equivalent in time value to one half of a whole note; minim. See illus. under note. [1590-1600] * * *
half pay
1. half one's regular pay. 2. a reduced amount paid to a British army or navy officer when not in actual service or after retirement. [1655-65] * * *
half pint
/haf" puynt", hahf"/ for 1; /haf" puynt', hahf"/ for 2, 3 1. half of a pint, equal to 8 fluid ounces (1 cup) or 16 tablespoons (0.2 liter). 2. Informal. a very short person. 3. ...
half relief
mezzo-relievo. * * *
half rest
Music. a rest equal in time value to a half note. See illus. under rest. [1895-1900] * * *
half rhyme
half rhyme n. SLANT RHYME, esp. when the result of consonance * * * also called  near rhyme,  slant rhyme,  or  oblique rhyme        in prosody, two words that have ...
half rhyme.
See slant rhyme. [1820-30] * * *
half shell
either of the halves of a double-shelled creature, as of an oyster, clam, or other bivalve mollusk. [1855-60, Amer.] * * *
half sister
sister (def. 2). [1150-1200; ME] * * *
half size
any size in women's garments designated by a fractional number from 121/2 through 241/2, designed for a short-waisted, full figure. * * *
half slip
half slip n. a woman's slip without a top * * *
half snipe
jacksnipe (def. 1). [1760-70] * * *
half sole
that part of the sole of a boot or shoe that extends from the shank to the end of the toe. [1860-65] * * *
half sovereign
a gold coin of the United Kingdom, discontinued in 1917, equal to 10 shillings. [1495-1505] * * *
half step
1. Music. semitone. 2. Mil. a step 15 in. (38 cm) long in quick time and 18 in. (46 cm) long in double time. [1900-05] * * *
half story
Archit. a usable living space within a sloping roof, usually having dormer windows for lighting. [1610-20] * * *
half tide
the state or time of the tide when halfway between high water and low water. [1625-35] * * *
half title
1. Also called bastard title. the first printed page of certain books, appearing after the end papers and before the title page and containing only the title of the book. 2. the ...
half tone
Music. semitone. [1645-55] * * *
half twist
1. Diving. a dive made by a half rotation of the body on its long axis. Cf. full twist. 2. the twisting of the body in a half-turn, as in tumbling. * * *
half volley
(in tennis, racquets, etc.) a stroke in which the ball is hit the moment it bounces from the ground. [1875-80] * * *
half Wellington
a loose boot extending to just above the ankle and usually worn under the trousers. * * *
half-
half- [haf] combining form 1. one half [half-life] 2. partly [half-baked] * * *
half-abandoned
adj. * * *
half-accustomed
adj. * * *
half-acquainted
adj. * * *
half-acquiescent
adj.; half-acquiescently, adv. * * *
half-acre
n. * * *
half-addressed
adj. * * *
half-admiring
adj.; half-admiringly, adv. * * *
half-admitted
adj.; half-admittedly, adv. * * *
half-adream
adj. * * *
half-afloat
adj. * * *
half-afraid
adj. * * *
half-agreed
adj. * * *
half-alike
adj. * * *
half-alive
adj. * * *
half-altered
adj. * * *
half-American
adj. * * *
half-and-half
/haf"euhn haf", hahf"euhn hahf"/, n. 1. a mixture of two things, esp. in equal or nearly equal proportions. 2. milk and light cream combined in equal parts, esp. for table ...
half-Anglicized
adj. * * *
half-angrily
adv. * * *
half-angry
adj. * * *
half-annoyed
adj. * * *
half-annoying
adj.; half-annoyingly, adv. * * *
half-armed
adj. * * *
half-ashamed
adj. * * *
half-ashamedly
adv. * * *
half-Asian
adj., n. * * *
half-Asiatic
adj. * * *
half-asleep
adj. * * *
half-assed
/haf"ast", hahf"-/, adj. Slang (vulgar). 1. insufficient or haphazard; not fully planned or developed. 2. incompetent; lacking sufficient ability or knowledge. [1960-65; HALF + ...
half-awake
adj. * * *
half-backed
adj. * * *
half-backs
➡ hockey * * *
half-baked
/haf"baykt", hahf"-/, adj. 1. insufficiently cooked. 2. not completed; insufficiently planned or prepared: a half-baked proposal for tax reform. 3. lacking mature judgment or ...
half-bald
adj. * * *
half-banked
adj. * * *
half-barbarian
adj. * * *
half-bare
adj. * * *
half-barrel
n. * * *
half-begging
adj. * * *
half-begun
adj. * * *
half-believed
adj. * * *
half-believing
adj. * * *
half-bleached
adj. * * *
half-blind
adj.; half-blindly, adv.; half-blindness, n. * * *
half-blind joint
Joinery. a corner dovetail joint visible on one face only. Also called lap dovetail joint. * * *
half-blood
/haf"blud', hahf"-/, n. 1. a half-breed. 2. a person who has only one parent in common with another person, as a half sister or half brother. [1400-50; late ME half blod] * * *
half-blooded
/haf"blud'id, hahf"-/, adj. having parents of two different breeds, races, or the like. [1595-1605] * * *
half-blown
adj. * * *
half-blue
adj. * * *
half-boiled
adj. * * *
half-boiling
adj. * * *
half-bound
/haf"bownd', hahf"-/, adj. bound in half binding. [1765-75] * * *
half-breadth plan
/haf"bredth", -bretth", -breth", hahf"-/, Naval Archit. a diagrammatic plan of one half of the hull of a vessel divided lengthwise amidships, showing water lines, stations, ...
half-bred
half-bred (hăfʹbrĕd', häfʹ-) adj. Having only one parent that is purebred; half-blooded. Used of animals. * * *
half-breed
/haf"breed', hahf"-/, Often Disparaging and Offensive. n. 1. the offspring of parents of different racial origin, esp. the offspring of an American Indian and a white person of ...
half-broken
adj. * * *
half-buried
adj. * * *
half-burned
adj. * * *
half-bushel
/haf"boosh"euhl, hahf"-/, n. a unit of dry measure equal to 2 pecks (17.6 liters). * * *
half-carried
adj. * * *
half-caste
/haf"kast', hahf"kahst'/, n. 1. a person of mixed race. 2. a person of mixed European and Hindu or European and Muslim parentage. 3. a person descended from parents of different ...
half-cell
/haf"sel', hahf"-/, n. Elect. a single electrode, generally a metal, immersed in a container filled with an electrolyte, and having a specific electrical potential for a given ...
half-century
n., pl. half-centuries. * * *
half-chanted
adj. * * *
half-Christian
adj. * * *
half-civil
adj.; half-civilly, adv. * * *
half-civilized
adj. * * *
half-clad
adj. * * *
half-cleaned
adj. * * *
half-clear
adj.; half-clearly, adv. * * *
half-climbing
adj. * * *
half-closed
adj. * * *
half-closing
adj. * * *
half-clothed
adj. * * *
half-coaxing
adj.; half-coaxingly, adv. * * *
half-cock
/haf"kok", hahf"-/, v.t. to set the hammer of (a firearm) at half cock. [1825-35] * * *
half-cocked
/haf"kokt", hahf"-/, adj. 1. (of a firearm) at the position of half cock. 2. lacking mature consideration or enough preparation; ill-considered or ill-prepared; half-baked. 3. go ...
half-colored
adj. * * *
half-completed
adj. * * *
half-concealed
adj. * * *
half-concealing
adj. * * *
half-confessed
adj. * * *
half-congealed
adj. * * *
half-conquered
adj. * * *
half-conscious
adj.; half-consciously, adv.; half-consciousness, n. * * *
half-conservative
adj.; half-conservatively, adv. * * *
half-consumed
adj. * * *
half-contemptuous
adj.; half-contemptuously, adv. * * *
half-contented
adj.; half-contentedly, adv.; half-contentedness, n. * * *
half-convicted
adj. * * *
half-convinced
adj. * * *
half-convincing
adj.; half-convincingly, adv. * * *
half-cooked
adj. * * *
half-cordate
adj. * * *
half-corrected
adj. * * *
half-cotton
adj. * * *
half-counted
adj. * * *
half-covered
adj. * * *
half-crazed
adj. * * *
half-crazy
adj. * * *
half-Creole
adj. * * *
half-critical
adj.; half-critically, adv.; half-criticalness, n. * * *
half-crown
half-crown (hăfʹkrounʹ, häfʹ-) n. A coin formerly used in Great Britain, worth two shillings and sixpence. * * *
half-crumbled
adj. * * *
half-crumbling
adj. * * *
half-cup
/haf"kup", hahf"-/, n. half of a cup, equal to 4 fluid ounces (0.1 liter) or 8 tablespoons. * * *
half-cured
adj. * * *
half-cut
adj. * * *
half-Dacron
adj. * * *
half-day
n. * * *
half-dazed
adj. * * *
half-dead
adj. * * *
half-deaf
adj. * * *
half-deafened
adj. * * *
half-deafening
adj. * * *
half-decade
n. * * *
half-defiant
adj.; half-defiantly, adv. * * *
half-deified
adj. * * *
half-demented
adj. * * *
half-democratic
adj. * * *
half-demolished
adj. * * *
half-denuded
adj. * * *
half-deprecating
adj.; half-deprecatingly, adv. * * *
half-deserved
adj. * * *
half-deservedly
adv. * * *
half-destroyed
adj. * * *
half-developed
adj. * * *
half-digested
adj. * * *
half-discriminating
adj.; half-discriminatingly, adv. * * *
half-disposed
adj. * * *
half-divine
adj.; half-divinely, adv. * * *
half-dollar
half-dol·lar (hăfʹdŏl'ər, häfʹ-) n. A U.S. silver coin worth 50 cents. * * *
half-done
adj. * * *
half-door
adj., n. * * *
half-dozen
/half"duz"euhn, hahf"-/, n. 1. one half of a dozen; six. adj. 2. considering six as a unit; consisting of six. [1375-1425; late ME] * * *
half-dram
adj., n. * * *
half-dressed
adj. * * *
half-dried
adj. * * *
half-drowned
adj. * * *
half-drowning
adj. * * *
half-drunk
adj. * * *
half-drunken
adj. * * *
half-dug
adj. * * *
half-duplex
/haf"dooh"pleks, -dyooh"-, hahf"-/, adj. of or pertaining to the transmission of information in opposite directions but not simultaneously. Cf. full-duplex. * * *
half-dying
adj. * * *
half-earnest
adj.; half-earnestly, adv.; half-earnestness, n. * * *
half-eaten
adj. * * *
half-educated
adj. * * *


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