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HEAD
HEAD-:MONEY:, n. A capitation tax, or poll-tax. In ancient times there lived a king Whose tax-collectors could not wring From all his subjects gold enough To make the royal More…
HEARSE
HEARSE, n. Death's baby-carriage.
HEART
HEART, n. An automatic, muscular blood-pump. Figuratively, this useful organ is said to be the esat of emotions and sentiments — a very pretty fancy which, however, is nothing but a More…
HEAT
HEAT, n. Heat, says Professor Tyndall, is a mode Of motion, but I know now how he's proving His point; but this I know — hot words bestowed With skill will set the More…
HEATHEN
HEATHEN, n. A benighted creature who has the folly to worship something that he can see and feel. According to Professor Howison, of the California State University, Hebrews are More…
HEAVEN
HEAVEN, n. A place where the wicked cease from troubling you with talk of their personal affairs, and the good listen with attention while you expound your own.
HEBREW
HEBREW, n. A male Jew, as distinguished from the Shebrew, an altogether superior creation.
HELPMATE
HELPMATE, n. A wife, or bitter half. "Now, why is yer wife called a helpmate, Pat?" Says the priest. "Since the time 'o yer wooin' She's niver [sic] More…
HEMP
HEMP, n. A plant from whose fibrous bark is made an article of neckwear which is frequently put on after public speaking in the open air and prevents the wearer from taking cold.
HERMIT
HERMIT, n. A person whose vices and follies are not sociable.
HERS
HERS, pron. His.
The Devil's dictionary from 1911 University Dictionaries
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