[hey-suh n] /ˈheɪ sən/
verb (used without object)
to move or act with ; proceed with ; hurry:
to hasten to a place.
verb (used with object)
to cause to hasten; accelerate:
to hasten someone from a room; to hasten the arrival of a happier time.
(may take an infinitive) to hurry or cause to hurry; rush
(transitive) to be anxious (to say something): I hasten to add that we are just good friends
1560s, extended form of haste (v.) with -en (1). Related: Hastened; hastening.
[haw-tee] /ˈhɔ ti/ adjective, haughtier, haughtiest. 1. disdainfully proud; snobbish; scornfully arrogant; supercilious: haughty aristocrats; a haughty salesclerk. 2. Archaic. lofty or noble; exalted. /ˈhɔːtɪ/ adjective -tier, -tiest 1. having or showing arrogance 2. (archaic) noble or exalted adj. 1520s, an extension of haught (q.v.) “high in one’s own estimation” by addition of -y (2) […]
/ˈhaʊhaʊ/ noun 1. (NZ, history) a 19th-century Māori religious sect
[hawl] /hɔl/ verb (used with object) 1. to pull or draw with force; move by drawing; drag: They hauled the boat up onto the beach. 2. to cart or transport; carry: He hauled freight. 3. to cause to descend; lower (often followed by down): to haul down the flag. 4. to arrest or bring before […]
[haw-lij] /ˈhɔ lɪdʒ/ noun 1. the act or labor of . 2. the amount of force expended in . 3. a charge made, especially by a railroad, for equipment, commodities, etc. /ˈhɔːlɪdʒ/ noun 1. the act or labour of hauling 2. a rate or charge levied for the transportation of goods, esp by rail n. […]