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own

ask to

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  • ask to
  • make
  • compel
  • direct to
  • persuade to
  • induce to
  • enjoin to

suffer

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include

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have had it

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  • be exhausted
  • be knackered
  • be finished
  • be pooped

have something on: wear

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  • wear
  • be wearing
  • be dressed in
  • be clothed in
  • be attired in

have something on: have something planned

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  • have something planned
  • be committed to
  • be engaged to
  • have something on the agenda

have to: must

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have to: have got to

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Synonyms for have

to keep at one's disposal

to hold on one's person

to have at one's disposal

to have the use or benefit of

to be endowed with as a visible characteristic or form

to be filled by

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to admit to one's possession, presence, or awareness

to participate in or partake of personally

to be physically aware of through the senses

to undergo an emotional reaction

to cause to be in a certain state or to undergo a particular experience or action

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to neither forbid nor prevent

to organize and carry out (an activity)

to involve oneself in (an activity)

to cause to accept what is false, especially by trickery or misrepresentation

to give birth to

to engage in sexual relations with

Synonyms for have

have or possess, either in a concrete or an abstract sense

go through (mental or physical states or experiences)

have ownership or possession of

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cause to move

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have a personal or business relationship with someone

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organize or be responsible for

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have left

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undergo

suffer from

achieve a point or goal

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59) Meanwhile, Teufelsdrockh's reviewer/translator is offended by the philosopher's description of a ceremony in which he imagines everyone's clothes suddenly flying off: "Would to Heaven, say we, thou hadst thought right to keep it secret
What hadst thou to do with cruel death who was so full of life or death with thee that thou shouldst die before thou hadst grown old.
Agamemnon, son of Atreus, hadst not thou, goddess, duly told me
My God, what is a heart That thou shouldst it so eye, and wooe, Powring upon it all thy art, As if that thou hadst nothing else to do?
Moses) said: "If thou hadst wished, surely thou couldst have exacted some recompense for it
O Jephthah, judge of Israel, what a treasure hadst thou
Hadst thou taken this old blacksmith to thyself ere his full ruin came upon him, then had the young widow had a delicious grief, and her orphans a truly venerable, legendary sire to dream of in their after years; and all of them a care-killing competency.
He also said: "It was by the mercy of Allah that thou wast lenient with them (O Muhammad), for if thou hadst been stern and fierce of heart they would have dispersed from round about thee.
Their Magistrate confest it, when they took thee As a League-breaker and deliver'd bound Into our hands, for hadst thou not committed Notorious murder on those thirty men At Askalon, who never did thee harm, then like a Robber stripdst them of their robes?
Then we have the hysterical prophet, Queen Margaret, who hissfully predicts that Richard will end up killing everyone, humorously surveying the body count toward the end of this bloodfest with: "I had an Edward, till a Richard killed him; I had a Henry, till a Richard killed him; thou hadst an Edward, till a Richard killed him; thou hadst a Richard, till a Richard killed him.
Wetheridge asks Cynthia why he is unfortunate, she says: "For hadst thou come the last, thou hadst been the last refused" (Herrick 58).
Take all my loves, my love, yea, take them all; What hast thou then more than thou hadst before?
and when I saw thee, that thou wouldst do off thy raiment to bathe thee, though soothly I longed to lie hidden there, I feared thee, lest thou shouldst be angry with me if I were to see thee unclad; so I came away; yet I went not far, for I was above all things yearning to see thee; and sooth it is, that hadst thou not crossed the water, I should presently have crossed it myself to seek thee, wert thou Goddess, or wood-wife, or whatever might have come of it.
Shakespeare's King Lear made a few rash decisions and someone told him: "Thou shouldst not have been old till thou hadst been wise.
He answers: / So would I ha' done, by yonder sun, / An thou hadst not come to my bed" (IV.