Found 1,139 phrases starting with H:

have the hots forTo be attracted (sexually or romantically) to (someone).Rate it:
have the last laughTo be vindicated; to triumph despite predicted failure; to find success after defeat or setback.Rate it:
have the run ofTo have permission or freedom to move around throughout an area or to use something at will.Rate it:
have the tiger by the tailTo be in a difficult or dangerous situation in which one ideally should not remain, but from which one cannot withdraw.Rate it:
have the time of one's lifeTo enjoy oneself immensely.Rate it:
have the time of one's lifeTo enjoy oneself more than ever before.Rate it:
have the time of your lifeThe experience, situation, developments, surprises, unexpected legacy, unusual positive actions from your friends, relatives, employers.Rate it:
have the wind upTo be frightened or disturbed.Rate it:
have the wolf by the earTo be in a difficult situation - a dangerous situation from which one cannot disengage, but in which one cannot safely remain.Rate it:
have the world by the tailTo possess great influence and opportunity.Rate it:
have tickets on oneselfTo be conceited.Rate it:
have time on one's sideTo not be rushed; to have plenty of time to do somethingRate it:
have toMust; need to; to be required to. Indicates obligation.Rate it:
have toMust.Rate it:
have to doTo relate; to be relevant.Rate it:
have to do withSee "have to do".Rate it:
have to do with the price of fishvariant of have to do with the price of tea in ChinaRate it:
have to do with the price of tea in chinaTo have any relation or bearing whatsoever on the topic at hand, usually used to emphasize the lack of relationship of a non sequitur.Rate it:
have truck withTo have dealings with.Rate it:
have upTo accuse, arrest, try for a criminal act.Rate it:
have wordsTo argue, to have an argument.Rate it:
have wordsTo speak sternly, angrily, or in an argumentative manner to.Rate it:
have you got the timeSynonym of what time is itRate it:
have your wrist slappedThis expression indicates a minor objection, reprimand, correction, censoring, indicting for a misdemeanor.Rate it:
having a good run of itWhen something is going or has gone really well.Rate it:
having a hissy-fitDisplaying disappointment over trivial matters, moaning, groaning over imagined or contrived insignificant slights.Rate it:
Hawaiian gooseThe nene, Branta sandvicensis.Rate it:
Hawaiian gooseUsed other than as an idiom: see Hawaiian, goose.Rate it:
hay is for horsessaid as a retort to someone saying hey, used to indicate that the speaker disapproves of the usage of the word "hey", perhaps due to a dislike of informal speech.Rate it:
hazard a guessTo make a guess; to guess.Rate it:
haze overTo become covered in haze.Rate it:
he could be her fatherOne could be someone's parent, said of a man older than a woman.Rate it:
he is always going off at a tangentHe always changes from a topic to another irrelevant oneRate it:
he looked like a dying calf in a hail storm.When someone looks ill.Rate it:
he shoots, he scoresSaid as someone scores a goal.Rate it:
he shoots, he scoresSaid as someone accomplishes something.Rate it:
he who hesitates is lostone who is not quick to act gets left behind.Rate it:
he who laughs last laughs bestsuccess is better after having previously endured ridicule.Rate it:
he who laughs last laughs hardestAlternative form of he who laughs last laughs best.Rate it:
he who smelt it dealt it(colloquial, originally) A person who calls attention to or complains about a fart is likely trying to pretend it wasn't his or her own.(colloquial, by extension) Used to suggest that a person calling attention to or complaining about a given problem may in fact be the source of the problem.Rate it:
he's unconsciousIndicates that a male person is currently not conscious.Rate it:
HE-double-hockey-sticksHell.Rate it:
HE-double-LHell.Rate it:
HE-double-toothpicksHell.Rate it:
he-manA strong, virile or sexually active man.Rate it:
head and shouldershead and shouldersRate it:
head and shouldersTo a considerable degree; better; outstanding.Rate it:
head forgo towardsRate it:
head for the hillsTo go to a safe place; to seek refuge; to flee.Rate it:
head for the hillsTo travel to a higher elevation, especially to a rural region on vacation.Rate it:

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