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keep your hair on!

to let one’s hair down

a/the hair of the dog (that bit you)

to put hairs on someone’s chest

to split hairs

to go halves

hand over fist

to bite the hand that feeds one


to go hat in hand (to someone)

to have one’s hands full

to know a place like the back of one’s hand

to live (from) hand to mouth

to sit on one’s hands

many hands make light work

to throw in one’s hand

to fly off the handle

handsome is as handsome does

to get the hang of something

as happy as Larry

(as) mad as a March hare

to raise/start a hare

to run with the hare and hunt with the hounds

more haste, less speed

haste makes waste

marry in haste, repent at leisure

at the drop of a hat

down the hatch!

to be as mad as a hatter

make hay while the sun shines

head over heels

to bury one’s head in the sand

two heads are better than one

cross my heart (and hope to die)!

to eat one’s heart out

faint heart never won fair lady

if you can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen

to be in seventh heaven

to wear one’s heart on one’s sleeve

to learn/know something by heart

a cold day in Hell

come hell or high water

high and dry

to be over the hill

to hit the sack/the hay

a big hitter

to be in the hole

nothing to write home about

to be home and dry

even Homer nods

by hook or by crook

to play hooky

from the horse’s mouth

to back the wrong horse

to beat/flog a dead horse

to be over the hump

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