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ha
haberdasher
haberdepois
habiliment
habit
habited
habitude
hack
hackney
hackneyed
hade land
hadst
hag
hag-born
haggard
haggard-like
haggish
haggle
hag-seed
hail
hair
hair-worth
halberd
halcyon
hale
half
half-blooded
half-blown
half-cap
half-cheek
half-cheeked
half-face
half-faced
half-kirtle
half-malcontent
half-part
half-pence
half-sight
half-supped
half-sword, at
half-worker
half-world
halidom
hall
halloing
halloo
hallow
hallowed
hallowed verge
hallowing
halt
halter
haltered
halting
hammer
hamper
hams
hand
hand a
handfast
hand-fast
hand-in-hand
handkercher
handsaw
handsome
handsomely
handsomeness
handy-dandy
hang
hanged
hanger
hanging
hangman
Hannibal
hap
hapless
haply
happen
happily
happiness
happy
harbinger
harbour
harbourage
hard
hard-a-keeping
hard-favoured
hardiment
hardiness
hardly
hardness
hardoke
hard-ruled
hardy
hare-heart
hark
harlot
harlotry
harm
harmful
harmless
harness
harnessed
harp
harper
harpy
harrow
harry
hart
harvest-home
hast
haste
haste-post-haste
hasty
hasty-witted
hatch
hatched
hatchet
hatchment
hateful
hath
haud
haught
haughty
haunch
haunt
hautboy
have
have a
haven
haver
having
haviour
havoc
hawk
hawking
hawthorn-bud
hay
hazard
he
head
headborough
headed
heading
headlong
head-lugged
headly
headpiece
headstall
heady
heady-rash
health
healthful
heap
hear
hearer
hearing
hearken
hearsed
heart
heart (plural)
hearted
hearten up
heartless
heartlings
heart-offending
heart-whole
hearty
heat
heated
heath
heave
heaved-up
heaven
heavenly
heavens
heavily
heaviness
heaving
heavy
heavy-gaited
hebona
hectic
hedge
hedge-pig
hedge-priest
heed
heedful
heedfully
heedless
heel
heft
heigh
height
heightened
heighth
heinous
heinously
heir
heir general
hell-hated
hell-kite
helm
help
helpless
hem
hem a
hemlock
hempen
hempseed
hence
henceforth
hence-going
henchman
hent
herald
heraldry
herb
herblet
herb-woman
herdman
here
hereafter
here-approach
herein
here-remain
heritage
hermit
Herod of Jewry
heroical
hest
hewgh
hey
heyday
hic
hic et
hick
hide
hideous
hie
Hiems
high
high-battled
high-born
high-coloured
high-cross
high-day
high-engendered
higher
high-judging
high-lone
highly
high-minded
highmost
high-pitched
high-proof
high-repented
high-resolved
high-sighted
high-stomached
hight
high-vaunting
high-viced
high-witted
high-wrought
hild
hilding
hind
hinder legs
hindmost
hinge
hint
hip
hipped
hire
history
histy
hit
hither
hitherto
hive
hoar
Hob and Dick
hob, nob
hobby-horse
hodge-pudding
hogshead
hoise
hoist
hold
hold-door
hold-fast
holding
holding-anchor
hole
holidam
holiday
holiday time
holla
holland
hollow
hollowly
hollowness
holp
holy
holy tie
holy-ale
holy-cruel
holy-horse
homage
homager
home
homely
homespun
homicide
honest
honestly
honesty
honeyseed
honey-stalk
honeysuckle
honour
honourable
honoured
honour-owing
hood
hooded
hoodman
hoodman-blind
hoodwink
hoodwinked
hook
hoop
hope
hopeful
hopeless
hor-dock
horn
horn-beast
hornbook
horning
horn-mad
horn-maker
horologe
horrible
horrid
horridly
horse
horse-drench
horse-hairs
hose
hospitable
host
hostler
hot
hot-blooded
hot-house
hotly
hour
hourly
house
house-clog
household
housekeeper
house-keeping
housewife
housewifery
hovel
hovel-post
hovering
how
howbeit
however
howlet
howsomever
hox
hoy
hoyday
hue
hue and cry
hug
huge
hugger-mugger, in
hugy
hulk
hull
hum
human
humane
humanely
humanity
human-kindness
humble
humble-bee
humble-visaged
humidity
humming
humorous
humour
humoured
humour-letter
Hungarian
hungerly
hungry
hungry-starved
hunt
hunt's-up
hurdle
hurly
hurly-burly
hurricano
hurry
hurt
hurtle
hurtless
hurtling
husband
husband-friend
husbandry
hush
husht
huswife
Hydra-headed
hyen
hyperbolical
hysterica passio
habit (n.) 1dress, clothing, costume
habit (n.) 2covering, guise, adorning
habit (n.) 3behaviour, bearing, demeanour
habit (n.) 4routine, settled practice, regular behaviour
habit (v.)  dress, clothe, costume
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CE IV.iii.52 [Dromio of Syracuse to Antipholus of Syracuse, of the Courtesan as the devil's mother] here she comes in the habit of a light wench
Cym V.i.30 [Posthumus alone] Let me make men know / More valour in me than my habits show
Cym V.iii.86 [Second Captain to First Captain] a fourth man, in a silly habit
Ham I.iii.70 [Polonius to Laertes] Costly thy habit as thy purse can buy
Ham III.iv.136 [Hamlet to Gertrude] My father, in his habit as he lived!
1H4 I.ii.173 [Prince Hal to Poins, of their companions] they will know us ... by our habits
H5 III.vi.111 [Montjoy to King Henry] You know me by my habit
1H6 V.i.28 [stage direction] Enter Winchester, in cardinal's habit
H8 I.ii.122 [King Henry to Queen Katherine, of Buckingham] he ... / Hath into monstrous habits put the graces / That once were his
H8 II.iv.1 [stage direction] two Scribes, in the habit of doctors
H8 III.i.117 [Queen Katherine to Campeius and Wolsey] If ye be anything but churchmen's habits
KJ I.i.210 [Bastard to all] not alone in habit and device, / Exterior form, outward accoutrement, / But from the inward motion
KL V.iii.186 [Edgar to Albany, of his disguise] in this habit / Met I my father
LLL V.ii.401 [Berowne to Rosaline] Nor never more in Russian habit wait
LLL V.ii.535 [King, reading about the heroes in the pageant] These four will change habits and present the other five
Luc argument.29 [] Lucrece attired in mourning habit
MA IV.i.225 [Friar to Leonato, of Hero] every lovely organ of her life / Shall come apparelled in more precious habit
MM III.i.180 [disguised Duke to Provost, of Isabella] My mind promises with my habit no loss shall touch her by my company
MM IV.v.1 [stage direction] Enter Duke, in his own habit, and Friar Peter
MM V.i.381 [Duke to Isabella] Not changing heart with habit
MV III.iv.60 [Portia to Nerissa, of being seen in disguise by their husbands] in such a habit / That they shall think we are accomplished / With that we lack
MW IV.vi.36 [Fenton to Host, of Anne's white dress] in that habit, when Slender sees his time ... / She shall go with him
PassP I.11 [] love's best habit is a soothing tongue
Per II.ii.55 [Simonides to Lords] Opinion's but a fool, that makes us scan / The outward habit by the inward man
Sonn 138.11 [] O love's best habit is in seeming trust [also: habitual behaviour]
TG II.vii.39 [Lucetta to Julia] But in what habit will you go along?
TG V.iv.105 [Julia to Proteus] let this habit make thee blush!
Tim IV.iii.114 [Timon to Alcibiades] Strike me the counterfeit matron - / It is her habit only that is honest
Tim IV.iii.206 [Apemantus to Timon] Why ... / This slave-like habit
Tim IV.iii.240 [Apemantus to Timon] If thou didst put this sour cold habit on / To castigate thy pride, 'twere well
TN II.v.163 [Malvolio to himself, of Olivia] [she] drives me to these habits of her liking
TN III.iv.74 [Malvolio alone, of the letter's requirements] in the habit of some sir of note
TN V.i.213 [Orsino to all, of Viola and Sebastian] One face, one voice, one habit, and two persons!
TN V.i.384 [Orsino to Viola] when in other habits you are seen
TNK V.ii.1 [stage direction] Enter ... Wooer in habit of Palamon [i.e. to look like Palamon]
TS II.i.39 [stage direction] Enter Gremio, with Lucentio, disguised as Cambio, in the habit of a mean man
TS III.ii.99 [Baptista to Petruchio, of Petruchio's clothing] doff this habit
TS IV.iii.170 [Petruchio to Katherina, of the sun through clouds] So honour peereth in the meanest habit
TS V.i.65 [Tranio as Lucentio to Vincentio] you seem a sober ancient gentleman by your habit
WT III.i.4 [Dion to Cleomenes] the celestial habits ... and the reverence / Of the grave wearers
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