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Heathen

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A dweller on a heath or common. Christian doctrines would not reach these remote people till long after they had been accepted in towns, and even villages. (Anglo-Saxon, hœthen, hœth. (See Pagan.)

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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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Heart-whole
Heart and Soul
Heart in his Boots
Heart in his Mouth
Heart of Grace (To take)
Heart of Hearts (In one’s)
Heart of Midlothian
Heart’s Ease
Hearth Money
Heat
Heathen
Heaven
Heavies (The)
Heavy Man (The)
Heavy-armed Artillery (The)
Hebe
Hebertists
Hebron
Hecate
Hecatomb
Hector

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