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English Idioms Starting With H

  • Half Baked - not too smart
  • The man is half baked. He does not know what he is doing.

  • Hard Head - very stubborn
  • My brother has a hard head.

  • Hang In There - do not give up
  • It is important to hang in there during hard times.

  • Head Over Heels - very very happy
  • I am getting married. I am head over heels.

  • Hit The Roof - someone that is very angry
  • My father hit the roof when he saw my grades in school.

    Hush Money - money given to someone to stop them from saying something

  • I will not take hush money to keep quiet.

    Holy Cow - very very surprised

  • Holy cow!!! We won the football game.

    Hit The Books - to study

  • I need to hit the books. I have an exam next week.

    Hot Head - someone that gets easily angry

  • My father is a hot head. I do not like to see him get angry.

    Hold Your Horses - be patient; slow down

  • Tom please hold your horse. I will be home soon.

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