[hawr-er-struhk, hor-] /ˈhɔr ərˌstrʌk, ˈhɒr-/
stricken with horror; horrified; aghast.
[hawr-suh] /ˈhɔr sə/ noun 1. died a.d. 455, Jutish chief (brother of Hengist). 2. Military. a British glider of World War II designed to land troops or equipment in airborne operations. /ˈhɔːsə/ noun 1. died ?455 ad, leader, with his brother Hengist, of the first Jutish settlers in Britain See also Hengist
[awr kawn-koor] /ɔr kɔ̃ˈkur/ adjective, French. 1. noting an artist, architect, or the like, not competing or not qualified to compete for the prizes in an exhibit or competition. 2. noting or pertaining to a work or project submitted by such a person to an exhibit or competition. /ɔr kɔ̃kur/ adjective, adverb (postpositive) 1. (of […]
[awr duh kawn-ba] /ɔr də kɔ̃ˈba/ adverb, adjective, French. 1. out of the fight; disabled; no longer able to fight. /ɔr də kɔ̃ba/ adjective, adverb (postpositive) 1. disabled or injured 1757, French, literally “out of combat.”
[hawrs-uh n-buhg-ee] /ˈhɔrs ənˈbʌg i/ adjective 1. of or relating to the last few generations preceding the invention of the automobile: vivid recollections of horse-and-buggy days. 2. old-fashioned; outmoded: horse-and-buggy methods. adjective Old-fashioned: a horse-andbuggy leisureliness (1927+)