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Alliteration by Letter - H

Based on the clues, guess these alliterative answers that start with the letter H.
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First submittedSeptember 19, 2013
Last updatedDecember 29, 2017
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Clue
Answer
Stiletto shoe
High Heels
Donkey's noise
Hee Haw
Where ghosts live
Haunted House
Andre the Giant's rival
Hulk Hogan
Playboy founder
Hugh Hefner
Decapitated villain who terrorizes
the resident of Sleepy Hollow
Headless Horseman
Aviation billionaire and
Las Vegas recluse
Howard Hughes
Politically correct alternative
to "Merry Christmas"
Happy Holidays
Male spouse who stays at home
House Husband
U.S. President when
the Great Depression started
Herbert Hoover
Clue
Answer
Musical genre of Tupac Shakur
and the Beastie Boys
Hip Hop
History's most famous escape artist
Harry Houdini
Cut of the pig also known as
pork knuckle
Ham Hock
Toy that is a circular plastic ring
Hula Hoop
Place for the recently paroled
Halfway House
Construction worker's headwear
Hard Hat
Time for cheaper drinks
Happy Hour
Corporate recruiter or
trophy-gathering savage
Head Hunter
It's bad news if a fox or rooster
gets in here
Hen House
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level 29
Dec 19, 2016
I put 'hee haa' for donkey. Why didn't that work?
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level 61
Jan 19, 2017
Because it's hee haw.
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level 57
Dec 3, 2018
yep
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level 61
Aug 26, 2019
did the donkeys write that down somewhere?
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level 61
Aug 26, 2019
Btw even your donkeys overcomplicate things (extra letters like in knight) ours keep it simple and say "ia" ;)
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level 61
Jan 19, 2017
Helga Hufflepuff! HOW could I have missed THAT?!?
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level 72
Dec 30, 2017
Since it's not an answer, I hope you did
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level 57
Dec 3, 2018
Henry Higgins! How could I have missed that?
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level 69
Dec 28, 2017
Doesn't alliteration usually apply more to the initial sounds rather than letters? I'm not sure if I'd consider "happy hour" to be alliteration
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level 66
Feb 25, 2018
agree
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level 66
Dec 4, 2018
Thirded
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level 77
Mar 22, 2019
The definition says it can be sounds or letters but I'm definitely with you and I think the latter usage is rare.
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level 59
Mar 22, 2019
Depends on who the quizmaster is.
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level 73
Dec 29, 2017
pork knuckle...tee hee...
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level 47
Dec 5, 2018
I tried Ham Hand...
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level 61
Aug 26, 2019
Hog hoof among other things
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level 71
Dec 31, 2017
Oy. I have what I know would be considered nitpicks about some of the hints and so I am apprehensive about listing them. But the fact that there are so many in one quiz is unusual, and really lowers its overall quality, compared to most quizzes on the site.
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level 75
Jan 6, 2018
It's too bad when all feedback gets lumped in as "nitpicking" -- some definitely would make the quizzes better. Oh well. Looks like the comments have been deleted anyway.
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level 76
Dec 3, 2018
I found this one to be quite easy whether flawed or not.
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level 38
Mar 15, 2018
Make sure you don't expect everyone to know your version of that donkey onomatopeia
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level 72
Oct 5, 2019
Everyone should watch the great cultural, comedic and intellectual milestone of 1970s American TV, Hee Haw.
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level 53
May 28, 2018
I don't think Happy Hour is an alliteration. Alliterations start with the sound.
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level 61
Aug 3, 2018
Ghosts aren't bound to houses right? Poltergeister usually are.
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level 46
Dec 3, 2018
Did you get the answer?
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level 68
Dec 3, 2018
Would it be OK to accept "house hubby"?
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level 67
Dec 3, 2018
Technically, ghosts don't "live" anywhere. :-D
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level 55
Jan 20, 2019
Snacking on hula hoops. How did I not get that?
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level 43
Jan 20, 2019
I think Hard Helmet is an adequate answer
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level 59
Mar 22, 2019
There is a difference between a helmet and a hat.
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level 61
Aug 26, 2019
there is, but a hard hat is a helmet and not a hat ;)
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level 68
Feb 2, 2019
For those of us wedded to the English language (as opposed to American), could hough be included as an acceptable spelling, please?
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level 69
Aug 10, 2019
Could Headless Hassian be an acceptable type-in for Sleepy Hollow?
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level 59
Oct 4, 2019
Was trying Henry Hoover instead of Herbert for far too long
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level 72
Oct 5, 2019
Next time just use a last name on quizzes.
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level 72
Oct 5, 2019
Missing a great opportunity to include Mr. super H alliteration, Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey.
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level 57
Oct 5, 2019
Please accept “haunted horse”