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Hash (A)

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A mess, a muddle; as, “a pretty hash he made of it.” A hash is a mess, and a mess is a muddle.

Iʹll soon settle his hash for him. I will soon smash him up; ruin his schemes; “give him his gruel”; ‘cook his goose”; “put my finger in his pie”; “make mince-meat of him.” (See Cooking.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Hart
Hart Royal
Hart of Grease (A)
Harts
Hartnet
Harum Scarum
Haruspex (pl. haruspicēs)
Harvard College
Harvest Goose
Harvest Moon
Hash (A)
Hassan
Hassan-Ben-Sabah
Hassock
Hat
Hat Money
Hats and Caps
Hatches
Hatchet
Hatchway (Lieutenant Jack)
Hatef [the deadly]