Synonyms for Have:


derive, get together, come by. be meant to do something, take charge (of), accept/face the consequences, take the lead, fall on, answer for, speak for, bear the responsibility. incorporate, sleep with, deflower, build in, add-on, count in. incline, have a mind of your own, believe in, say, owned, adhere to, know best, think, reckon. broken, brittle, connected, arm's length, acquainted, clannish, command, cosy, close, brotherly, enjoy, chummy. invade, go down with, afflict, come down with. carry out, pursue, act, exhibit, display, perform, show, go about, execute. comprehend, badass, embody, Clingy, flawed, born, addictive, constitutionally, flexible, babyish, include, encompass, comprise, adaptive, classy, subsume. roll, overturn, reverse, turn something inside out, tilt, turn, angle, adjust, spin, tip-up. awaken, rouse, affect, invoke, ignite, prove, taste, participate, inspire. knowledge, color, decide, influence, lead to, skew, pack a punch. spare, find (the) time, put aside, have time on your hands, savor, feelings, fit in, squeeze in. recruit, appoint, employ, planned, sign on, sign, stage. dream up, draw up, partake, carry on, arrange, map out, organize, plan, orchestrate, finalize, think ahead, indulge. beguile, bamboozle, bluff, deceive, four flush, look to, shall, turn to, betray, pick someone's brains, double cross, trick, mislead, honest, humbug, hoodwink, consult, ask around, sound out, cozen, delude. disinvite, catering, guest, rich, have round, have over, I'll hold you to that. postpone, mate, put back, bring forward, put off, couple, schedule, reschedule, time, rearrange, bed. aggress, light into, bristle with, seem, tend, grow in, go at, assault, attack, pitch into, beset, sail into, assail, rate, storm. hawk, sell, auction, peddle, launch, retail, stock, push, move. sleep together, consummate, lie with, make love, jump into bed with someone, be intimate with someone, spend the night with someone. done, be. invent, bring about, catalyze, inaugurate, trigger, start-off, set off. sorted, have in, belong to, Got. touch, try, manage. correct me if I'm wrong, put money on something, beyond/without a shadow of a doubt, unless I'm mistaken, in my humble opinion, no doubt/question but that, undoubtedly, surely, I bet/I'll bet (that), know for a fact (that). hang on, hold on, grab, cradle, hold tight, keep hold of something. be called on the carpet, get it in the neck, be in/out of the firing line, under siege, take a hit, come in for, face the music, come under fire. be reared on something. necessary (noun)
indispensable, compulsory, essential, without fail, obligatory, vital, basic, at all costs, necessary, of necessity.
person (noun)
wealthy person, rich person.


bring into the world (verb)
give birth, deliver.
cheat, trick (verb)
contact (verb)
contain (verb)
embody, embrace, comprise, comprehend, encompass, subsume.

Other synonyms:

awaken, afflict, cozen, rouse, subsume, ask around, disinvite, have over, catering, squeeze in, sound out, grow in, bristle with, Got, put aside, come down with, four flush, have round, go down with, ignite, seem. delude, tend, inspire, spin, invoke, consult, bluff, hoodwink, mislead, comprise, rate, invade, enjoy, be, deceive, sorted. include, prove, partake, have in, exhibit, bamboozle, beguile, participate. encompass, fit in, embody, affect, spare, try. done, belong to, taste, guest, comprehend. betray, command, bed. indulge, manage, display. touch. trick. fool
build in.
take in.
Other relevant words:
enjoy, undergo, give birth, taste, make, come by, born, get, receive, cause, sell, humbug, experience, bear, deliver, take.

Usage examples for have

  1. We may have Besworth." – The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith
  2. What have you not? – The Black Bag by Louis Joseph Vance
  3. He shall not have us. – The Dew of Their Youth by S. R. Crockett