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Synonyms Dictionary

hauteur, n. haughtiness, arrogance, self-importance, presumptuousness, overconfidence, fastuousness; pretentiousness, hoity-toity, affectedness, pomposity, pompousness; snobbery, snobbishness, airs, conceit, conceitedness, vaingloriousness, bovarism, egotism, pride, vanity; complacency, smugness, self-satisfaction, self-adulation; boastfulness, braggadocio, jactation, bluster, fanfaronade, gasconade; imperiousness, lordliness, overbearingness, high-handedness; impertinence, bumptiousness, self-assertion, Inf. pushiness; insolence, impudence, brazenness, effrontery, audacity; contemptuousness, disdainfulness, superciliousness, scornfulness, contumeliousness,

have, v. 1. possess, own, keep, hold for use, hold, retain, preserve; get, receive, take, obtain, acquire, secure, procure; occupy, tie up, use.
2. contain, include, embrace, comprehend, comprise; embody, incorporate, take in, count, number.
3.
Usu.

have to be obliged to, be under obligation to, be bound to, must, Inf. have got to; be made to, be compelled to, be forced to, be driven to, be coerced to, be pushed into, be pressed into.
4. experience, have a taste of, encounter, meet
or meet with, find; undergo, endure, suffer, be subjected to, go or pass through.
5. hold in mind, entertain, think about, keep
or bear in mind; maintain, harbor, shelter, foster, nurse, cultivate, cherish.
6. require, make, cause, oblige; force, coerce, drive, push, press; induce, prevail upon, talk into, persuade; ask, request, bid, order, tell, command, direct, enjoin.
7. show, exhibit, display, express, demonstrate, evidence, manifest, evince.
8. engage in, carry on.
9. permit, allow, put up with, let go on; tolerate, stand, abide, endure, brook, bear, suffer, support.
10. beget, give birth to, bear, bring into the world, bring forth, deliver.
11.
Slang,

a. outwit, deceive, take in, dupe, fool, trick, cheat, swindle,
b. bribe.
12. have sexual intercourse with,
Inf. have sex with, copulate, Sl. get it on; have carnal knowledge of, Biblical, know.
13.

had better or

had best ought to, should.
14.

have on a. wear, be dressed in, be clothed in.
b. have planned, have on the agenda, have going.

haven, n. 1. harbor, harborage, port, anchorage, moorage; inlet, cove, bay, gulf, bight; wharf, quay, pier, dock, landing.
2. asylum, sanctuary, sanctum, sanctum sanctorum, safety zone, port in a storm, refuge, shelter; retreat, hospice, hermitage, cloister, ashram; nest, lair, den, cave, hole, dugout, abri; mew, cover, covert, coverture, hideout, hiding place, hideaway; stronghold, fortress, fortification, citadel, bastion, keep, safehold, tower, pillar, tower
or pillar of strength, rock, rock of ages.

haversack, n. knapsack, rucksack, kitbag, backpack; gunnysack, gunny-bag, duffelbag; bag, shoulder bag, pouch, sack, pack, satchel, ditty bag; saddlebag, sabretache.

havoc, n. 1. devastation, destruction, ruination, rack and ruin, holocaust, demolition, wipe-out, debacle, ruin; spoliation, despoliation, ravage, pillage, plunder, sack; robbing, plundering, gutting, ransacking, vandalizing, wasting, Sl. trashing; rapine, ravishment, predation, depredation.
2. desolation, waste, wreckage, ravagement; extermination, extirpation, obliteration, annihilation; disaster, calamity, catastrophe, cataclysm.
-v. 3. devastate, destroy, demolish, wreck,
Sl. total, knock to pieces, wreak havoc on, play havoc with; raze, gut, fell, topple, prostrate, level; pull down, tear down, take down, bring down, break down, throw down; flood, deluge, inundate, sweep away.

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