halfway through, between, up, down or to?

  • I'd now about halfway through it.
  • Kekaha Kai State Park, about halfway between Waikaloa and Kona.
  • A view looking down from a point about halfway up the rope.
  • About halfway down the ' RootViewController.

"handmade by" or "handmade in"?

  • They were hand-made by experts.
  • Handmade in London by artisans.
  • Individualy handmade with great.
  • The fiddles were handmade from maple and birch wood.

"hands-on with" or "hands-on in"?

  • I'd very hands-on with my crew.
  • We're way too hands-on in that respect.
  • HANDS-ON SKILLING Being hands-on at every level in your business helps.
  • You can read our hands-on of the Vivo Tab here.

"handy for" or "handy in"?

  • It is very handy for the terminal.
  • Still, handy in a tight corner.
  • He is pretty handy with machinery.
  • It will come in handy at any time.

"happy with", "happy about" or "happy for"?

  • I am very happy with your unit.
  • I'd happy for the both of them.
  • India was not happy about this.
  • She's happy in made a comeback.

hard for, on, at, of or in?

  • It was so hard for a long time.
  • Stop being so hard on yourself.
  • The tour is hard at the moment.
  • Unless you are hard of hearing.

harmful to, for, in, by or of?

  • Tea, as it is, is harmful to health.
  • It harmful for the other people.
  • It is much less harmful in your credit.
  • If this is a 6-7 year deal, it won't be *that* harmful by 2020.

"harmless from" or "harmless to"?

  • The crossing looked reasonably harmless from my perch on the bank, how wrong I was.
  • Cicadas are harmless to people.
  • And many of them may be harmless in humans.
  • Simerly, the laser is harmless against light skin but it can burn dark skin.

harsh on, in, for, with or to?

  • You are way to harsh on the GM.
  • The weather was harsh in places.
  • Quite harsh for such a big area.
  • I don't like to be harsh with him.

"hateful to", "hateful towards" or "hateful of"?

  • There is nothing more hateful to them.
  • I can be hateful of conservatism or communism.
  • Women can be very hateful towards each other.
  • Go ahead, be hateful in response.

"hazardous to" or "hazardous for"?

  • Poppers are still hazardous to the health.
  • Cigerrates are hazardous for health.
  • Driving can be hazardous in Zambia.
  • The journey was long and very hazardous because of the bandits that beset the road.

"head-to-head with" or "head-to-head in"?

  • Earpods is head-to-head with Samsung.
  • On Saturday they go head-to-head in Paris.
  • The Hyderabadi levelled the head-to-head against the Danish 1-1.
  • The winners of the semi-finals eventually go head-to-head for the gold.

healthy for, in, with, at or by?

  • It's healthy for your sex life.
  • Living healthy in your thirties.
  • Very healthy with no problems at all.
  • And I am healthy at my old age.

heavy on, with, for, in or at?

  • His body was heavy on his feet.
  • My eyes are heavy with alcohol.
  • But it's not too heavy for you.
  • My words hung heavy in the air.

heedless of, to, about, in or because?

  • Your Lord is not heedless of anything you do.
  • The night rolled on, heedless to the laws of time and space.
  • Praise be to Allaah, this is something easy so you should not be heedless about this matter.
  • By doing so, we will cross over wrong actions and intentions; of being heedless in committing offences.

hell-bent on, in, at, for or upon?

  • He's hell-bent on breaking that reality.
  • I'd seriously hell-bent in doing this.
  • Muslims all over the world have taken to streets, protesting about the movie and are hell-bent upon destroying US embassies.

"helpful in", "helpful to" or "helpful for"?

  • She was not helpful in the least.
  • Helpful for me to move forward.
  • If your trip will be helpful to the U.
  • Yoga can be very helpful with this.

helpless in, against, at, with or as?

  • We are helpless in this matter.
  • But, I feel helpless against it.
  • I really feel lost and helpless at times.
  • Was pretty much helpless with all five goals conceded.

"hesitant about" or "hesitant in"?

  • I was hesitant about trying PGX.
  • Her father was hesitant in going back.
  • We were very hesitant to post it.
  • Hesitant on the fringes of the battle.

high in, on, for, of or at?

  • It disappeared high in the sky.
  • Peter's Junior High on Munden Dr.
  • The high for the year was US $6.
  • High of 30 Celsius is expected.

holy of, in, to, by or for?

  • Pompey entered the Holy of Holies.
  • He was holy in all His conduct.
  • It is holy to the Lord (Lev 27:30).
  • Harmandir Sahib is considered holy by Sikhs.

homeless in, for, on, by or at?

  • Sween From being homeless in L.
  • I have been homeless for 5 yrs.
  • I'd live homeless on the street first.
  • Homeless by the end of next year.

"honest with" or "honest about"?

  • I've been honest with the Spot.
  • Lets be honest about the facts.
  • Please be honest in your advice.
  • So, I'd going to be honest too.

"hopeful of", "hopeful for" or "hopeful about"?

  • That's what we're hopeful of doing.
  • I was very hopeful about this bill.
  • And I'd hopeful for the future.
  • McQuillan isn't the only young hopeful in the dojo.

"hopeless at" or "hopeless in"?

  • I'd just hopeless at it all now.
  • I am so hopeless in the kitchen.
  • The taskbar is hopeless for quick lurch.
  • But I refuse to feel hopeless about it.

horrible for, to, at, in or about?

  • I feel horrible for this woman.
  • She is horrible to him in every episode.
  • Theyre both horrible at acting.
  • Trent was horrible in this one.

hospitable to, for, in, by or towards?

  • May you be hospitable to criticism.
  • This will only make the lake hospitable for the migratory birds.
  • Bangladeshis are simple, friendly and hospitable in nature.
  • People Filipinos are very hospitable by nature.

hostile to, towards, toward, in or for?

  • Segment hostile to the Waorani.
  • But she was hostile towards me.
  • The two countries are not hostile toward each other.
  • The world is not longer hostile in any way.

"hot in" or "hot on"?

  • And it get's hot in the jungle.
  • Hot on the heels of ' Spaced '.
  • It's getting far too hot for me.
  • My tears turned hot with anger.

"huge in" or "huge for"?

  • Fears are so huge in our lives.
  • It would be huge for my career.
  • Japan culture was huge on my end.
  • It is huge with a ton of shoes.

human in, like, after, with or to?

  • I was the only human in the room.
  • They will think him human like.
  • Apparently he's human after all.
  • Parents are human with emotions.

"humble in", "humble about" or "humble of"?

  • He is humble in that ONE regard.
  • Jesus, meek and humble of Heart.
  • However, he s humble about the role.
  • That woman is so humble to a fault.

hungry for, in, at, after or with?

  • I'd hungry for a little action.
  • We never went hungry in Bagasbas.
  • I wasn't hungry at all on this diet.
  • I'd not at all hungry after all.

"hurt in", "hurt to" or "hurt by"?

  • But I read some hurt in her eyes.
  • I am actually quite hurt by it.
  • In brief:? Causing hurt to something or someone?
  • No kid should be getting hurt on the job.

hurtful to, for, in, about or by?

  • And hurtful to our entire community.
  • This can be hurtful for your health.
  • This was hurtful in the beginning.
  • But I don't need to be hurtful about it.

hypocritical of, for, in, about or to?

  • I find it so hypocritical of you Mr.
  • Mario Lopez Valdez, said it is hypocritical for the U.
  • Nobody is hypocritical in the soul.
  • But don't be hypocritical about it.