Adjectives Beginning with H

Adjectives Starting "H"

Here is a list of 150 adjectives that start with the letter H. The list is sortable, editable, and printable. It can be displayed as normal text or in columns (up to 4). You can even turn the list into American English or British English.

Just for fun, we've added game of hangman, which selects a word from this list as the secret word.

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habitable, habitual, haggard, hairless, hair-raising, hairy, half, half-hearted, hallowed, halting, handsome, handy, hanging, haphazard, hapless, happy, happy-go-lucky, hard, hard-to-find, hardworking, hardy, harmful, harmless, harmonic, harmonious, harried, harsh, hasty, hated, hateful, haughty, haunting, hawkish, hazardous, hazy, head, heady, healthy, heart-breaking, heartbroken, heartless, heartrending, hearty, heated, heavenly, heavy, hectic, hefty, heinous, helpful, helpless, heroic, hesitant, heuristic, hideous, high, high pitched, high powered, highest, highfalutin, high-functioning, high-maintenance, high-risk, high-spirited, hilarious, hissing, historical, hoarse, hoggish, holiday, holistic, hollow, home, homeless, homely, homeopathic, homey, homogeneous, honest, honest-to-goodness, honking, honorable/honourable, hopeful, hopeless, horizontal, hormonal, horned, horrendous, horrible, horrid, horrific, horrified, horrifying, hospitable, hostile, hot, hot pink, hot-blooded, hot-headed, hot-shot, hot-tempered, hour-long, house, howling, hubristic, huffy, huge, huggable, hulking, human, humanitarian, human-like, humble, humdrum, humid, humiliated, humiliating, humming, humongous, humorless/humourless, humorous, hungry, hurried, hurt, hurtful, hushed, husky, hydraulic, hydrothermal, hygienic, hyper-active, hyperbolic, hypercritical, hyper-irritable, hypersensitive, hypertensive, hypnotic, hypnotizable, hypothetical, hysterical

Why Do I Need This List?

A list of adjectives that start with the same letter is useful for creating alliteration, which is a stylistic technique in which nearby words repeat the same initial consonant sound.
  • Your high-functioning, hardworking Jack is also hyper-active, hot-headed, and, frankly, hyper-irritable!
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