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  • verbbe in possession
  • verbendure, bear
  • verbcontain
  • verbcheat, trick
  • verbbring into the world

synonyms for had

  • accept
  • acquire
  • admit
  • bear
  • carry
  • enjoy
  • gain
  • get
  • hold
  • include
  • keep
  • obtain
  • own
  • pick up
  • possess
  • receive
  • retain
  • take
  • annex
  • compass
  • corner
  • hog
  • land
  • occupy
  • procure
  • secure
  • chalk up
  • get hands on
  • get hold of
  • have in hand
  • latch on to
  • lock up
  • sit on
  • take in
  • teem with
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antonyms for had

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  • abandon
  • avoid
  • deny
  • disallow
  • dispossess
  • dispute
  • dodge
  • drop
  • exclude
  • fail
  • forfeit
  • forsake
  • free
  • give
  • lack
  • let go
  • lose
  • miss
  • misunderstand
  • need
  • neglect
  • offer
  • pass
  • refuse
  • reject
  • release
  • spend
  • stop
  • surrender
  • throw away
  • yield
  • kill
  • want
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How to use had in a sentence

She had-208- gone away to Heidelberg to do obeisance to Gubaryov, and was returning with instructions.
SMOKETURGENEV IVAN SERGEEVICH
If hadde is emphatic, meaning 'he possessed,' it is usually dissyllabic; we even find had-d he (A 298, 386).
CHAUCER'S WORKS, VOLUME 6 (OF 7) -- INTRODUCTION, GLOSSARY, AND INDEXESGEOFFREY CHAUCER
The central part of it, where we have long-had an acquaintance with the natives, is called by them "Mai."
LIFE OF JOHN COLERIDGE PATTESONCHARLOTTE M. YONGE
I was on the seafaring-man-who-had-lost-his-clothes-and-money tack, and they all condoled with me and gave me much sound advice.
THE PEOPLE OF THE ABYSSJACK LONDON
And Bills used to say ef it hadn't a-be'n fer Ezry he'd a-never a-had no house, ner nothin' to putt in it, nuther!
NEGHBORLY POEMS AND DIALECT SKETCHESJAMES WHITCOMB RILEY
If she'd a-had my Palmyra sarve she'd be still alive, Mrs Shaver, now; 'stead of that, the land-crabs have eaten her.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 56, NUMBER 349, NOVEMBER, 1844VARIOUS
The son of a minister was asked whether his father's sermon the previous Sunday had-not had some good points in it.
PUBLIC SPEAKINGCLARENCE STRATTON
Now, while the cunning Loge spoke, the Giants had-318- been listening, and exchanging glances.
OPERAS EVERY CHILD SHOULD KNOWMARY SCHELL HOKE BACON
Whatever be the truth of this adage generally, it certainly-had its application in the present case.
SIR BROOK FOSSBROOKE, VOLUME I.CHARLES JAMES LEVER
Many had written visions of the unseen world, but they had-57- not blended with them their personal fortunes.
DANTE. AN ESSAY.R. W. CHURCH
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WORDS RELATED TO HAD

  • baited
  • bamboozled
  • betrayed
  • conned
  • culled
  • duped
  • fooled
  • had
  • hoodwinked
  • lured
  • played
  • taken
  • trapped
  • victimized
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