1) of Have

Indic. present

1) of Have

v. t.

1) To hold in possession or control; to own; as, he has a farm.

2) To possess, as something which appertains to, is connected with, or affects, one.

3) To accept possession of; to take or accept.

4) To get possession of; to obtain; to get.

5) To cause or procure to be; to effect; to exact; to desire; to require.

6) To bear, as young; as, she has just had a child.

7) To hold, regard, or esteem.

8) To cause or force to go; to take.

9) To take or hold (one's self); to proceed promptly; -- used reflexively, often with ellipsis of the pronoun; as, to have after one; to have at one or at a thing, i. e., to aim at one or at a thing; to attack; to have with a companion.

10) To be under necessity or obligation; to be compelled; followed by an infinitive.

11) To understand.

12) To put in an awkward position; to have the advantage of; as, that is where he had him.

Example Sentences for


1) Female meerkats can Have up to three litters in one year
2) If UPI is still your priority, then you’re going to Have to bring your personal situation into line with what’s expected of you as our CEO.
3) “Baby people are worried about you.” 256 “I just…I don‟t Have much to say to anyone right now.”
4) “How dare you violate this board in the way you did, and give highly con dential information to the press, which a ected thousands of lives, and could Have caused our stock to plummet, just so you could sleep with some girl half your age, and impress her with what you knew.
5) Had he married a more amiable woman, he might Have been  Sense and Sensibility made still more respectable than he was:—he might even Have been made amiable himself; for he was very young when he married, and very fond of his wife.
6) D Arnot laughed. ‘You will think more highly of your genus when you Have seen its armies and navies, its great cities, and its mighty engineering works.
7) If he comes back, and leaves the boy behind him; if he gets off free, and dead or alive, fails to restore him to me; murder 294 Oliver Twist him yourself if you would Have him escape Jack Ketch.
8) Before you stake your all on this chance; before you suffer yourself to be carried to the highest point of hope; reflect for a few moments, my dear child, on Rose’s history, and consider what effect the knowledge of her doubtful birth may Have on her decision: devoted as she is to us, with all the intensity of her noble mind, and with that perfect sacrifice of self which, in all matters, great or trifling, has always been her characteristic.’ ‘What do you mean?’ ‘That I leave you to discover,sreplied Mrs Maylie.
9) “She’s one of those perfect corporate wives who do everything right, are never too much in evidence but just enough, and you Have no idea who they really are.
10) I ought to Have familiarized the old De Lacey to me, and by degrees to Have discovered myself to the rest of his family, when they should Have been prepared for my approach.
11) But already Lord Antony had served out the soup, and for the next few moments all conversation ceased, while Jellyband and Sally handed round the plates and everyone began to eat. 38 The Scarlet Pimpernel ‘Faith, Madame!ssaid Lord Antony, after a while, mine was no idle toast; seeing yourself, Mademoiselle Suzanne and my friend the Vicomte safely in England now, surely you must feel reasurred as to the fate of Monsieur le Comte.’ ‘Ah, Monsieur,sreplied the Comtesse, with a heavy sigh, ‘I trust in God—I can but pray—and hope…’ ‘Aye, Madame!shere interposed Sir Andrew Ffoulkes, ‘trust in God by all means, but believe also a little in your English friends, who Have sworn to bring the Count safely across the Channel, even as they Have brought you to-day.’ ‘Indeed, indeed, Monsieur,sshe replied, I Have the fullest confidence in you and your friends.
12) Similarly, I Have already noted several complaints against the custom of owning boroughs.
13) Thirty deaders, and they don't Have the slightest notion of what caused it.
14) On lifting the lid of the desk a faint fragrance escaped—the fragrance of new cedarwood pencils or of a bottle of gum or of an overripe apple which might Have been left there and forgotten.
15) Governing powers Have always recognized that the common people need circuses along with bread.
16) “I Have tickets for tomorrow, in the city.
17) Your men might Have been caught in the act!’ ‘What if they had?
18) By the end of the contest, it al­ most does not matter which man wins because both Have been ruined.
19) Politics in Ivy Day in the Committee Roomsmay Have declined from the heroic days of the Irish nationalist leader Charles Stewart Parnell to a bunch of down-at-heel electoral dogsbodies gossiping in a cold, unfurnished room, but the story shimmers with the wit and irony of Dublin, as does the marvellously rendered vernacular speech of Grace’.
20) The Cleveland Browns , Detroit Lions , Houston Texans , and the Jacksonville Jaguars Have never appeared in a Super Bowl
21) But Have you likewise heard that Miss Grey has fifty thousand pounds?
22) Whether you Have a lot or a little to offer, just remember that small acts of kindness can be just as powerful as big donations.
23) What is more likely is that people who Have the right combination of love and discernment become perfect for each other together
24) More than that, she needed to Have some fun, instead of sitting at home obsessing over Marshall, crying about him, or waiting for him to come to L A for a day or two.
25) All traditional types of guitar Have a body which is hollow
26) Granted, finally, that we succeeded in explaining our entire instinctive life as the development and ramification of one fundamental form of willónamely, the Will to Power, as my thesis puts it; granted that all organic functions could be traced back to this Will to Power, and that the solution of the problem of generation and nutritionóit is one problemó could also be found therein: one would thus Have acquired the right to define ALL active force unequivocally as WILL TO POWER.
27) I’ll Have to remember to tell Tama he’s a miracle worker
28) How to Love since they Have customarily not cultivated such traits as loyalty or reliability
29) As we Have seen, they are true to a new kind of social experience.
30) As short a time or as long a time as she could Have him