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Definition of -HOOD
What does -HOOD mean?
- A condition or state of being the thing or being in the role denoted by the word it is suffixed to, usually a noun.
- synonym: -head (obsolete)
- A group sharing a specified condition or state.
- synonym: -ness
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A Heart Renewed (2008)
by Anne Dutton
Servant-hood is a lifestyle of give and take, and each has its rewards. All give or all take is an imbalance that leads to resentment and burnout. The story of Mary and Martha in Luke 10: 38-42, is a good example. Martha was distracted over all the...
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Quotes about -HOOD
I grew up in a very nice house in Houston, went to private school all my life and I've never even been to the 'hood. Not that there's anything wrong with the 'hood. (Beyonce Knowles)
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