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Spell check of have

Correct spelling: have

Synonyms:
form, induct, hold, put one over, fill, live with, contribute, piddle, live, sustain, ache, cosy, harbour, energize, keep, hand over, put aside, begin, badass, light into, nominate, pack, leave, afford, broken, select, take on, take for, dumbfound, suffer, pose, nurture, ware, rate, try, grapple, cook, collect, take hold, pull in, soak up, commit, seduce, ignite, prolong, start, count in, throw away, develop, spare, deal, ingest, set out, be, retail, of necessity, decide, incorporate, monopolize, couple, perplex, deep pocket, fork up, view as, have over, down, yield, lead, devote, pay off, sail into, sport, overhear, hire, inaugurate, make believe, money, give way, arrest, stupefy, cozen, fall in, look at, adaptive, deem, invite, buzz off, fat cat, deplete, induce, take a crap, throw, drive, exhibit, sleep together, move, welcome, have round, beguile, sound out, bring about, color, gull, show, close, consider, start off, reckon, gestate, possess, taste, act, put on, energise, skew, 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lead to, agree, use up, turn, pretend, make up, abide, fix, find, commence, set about, must, turn in, befuddle, conduct, carry, awaken, confine, create, confirm, exhaust, double-cross, rich person, include, say, relieve oneself, arrive at, learn, pay back, acquainted, call for, absorb, tolerate, baffle, beat, study, adjudge, stool, brotherly, clear, turn out, finalize, bewilder, wealthy person, shed, meet, beget, extradite, compulsory, feature, got, hit, establish, partake, shoot, realize, carry on, feelings, tend, provoke, countenance, adjust, assume, demand, feel, run through, obligatory, assimilate, retain, cast, hand, puddle, push, kick in, acquire, drive home, shake off, restrain, keep up, hang on, basic, surely, tilt, get together, oblige, take aim, keep back, puzzle, chummy, switch, think ahead, throw off, father, comport, believe in, build in, command, roll, bear, at all costs, embody, gain, plan, open, beset, appoint, stomach, eat up, pick up, choose, vex, take, cave in, arouse, display, make water, knowledge, brook, undergo, clingy, bamboozle, have in, connected, pee-pee, require, put back, impart, get hold of, save, plutocrat, necessitate, have got, dream up, honest, deliver, nourish, allow, declare, see, give, stand, manage, draw, bed, deceive, grow in, hoodwink, corroborate, deflower, experience, book, reschedule, contract, obtain, lose, tip up, gift, do, redeem, orchestrate, savor, get under one's skin, arrive, scram, done, recruit, classy, bind, rich, take a leak, rearrange, subscribe to, hold on, bring on, spin, planned, break, grab, submit, guest, comprise, fork over, concur, encompass, squeeze in, addictive, watch, stick, consecrate, reserve, rent, stick out, flexible, involve, hold in, take-in, fit in, betray, enjoy, take away, ready, generate, progress to, auction, bedevil, subsume, mislead, make, founder, born, hawk, need, catalyze, cast off, produce, encounter, trick, pursue, pass water, contrive, humbug, lie with, capture, assail, put off, babyish, strike, bemuse, remove, lease, brace, comprehend, charter, permit, exact, go at, know, consummate, consult, postulate, prevail, entertain, seize, get, slang, speak for, prove, fetch, sell, influence, sign on, moderate, stage, claim, check, concord, go for, take a hit, hold back, rouse, wee-wee, fork out, stir, defend, own, occupy, admit, hurt, invent, guard, come down with, bugger off, map out, maintain, face the music, subscribe, render, harbor, organize, support, ask, touch, indulge, confound, undoubtedly, devour, defy, nonplus, clannish, affirm, grip, control, come, invade, accommodate, overturn, shake up, affect, film, surrender, imbibe, participate, ease up, clasp, employ, behave, cradle, incline, essential, schedule, owned, delude, bring, make love, get to, grant, befool, turn over, feed, sign, pass, apply, endure, ca-ca, sorted, grasp, wee, sacrifice, expect, squander, storm, brittle, excite, look to, give up, come by, four-flush, set off, collapse, thrust, arm's-length, halt, suck in, draw up, spend a penny, confuse, take up, answer for, launch, micturate, bring forth, bluff, put one across, inspire, attain, rescue, execute, flummox, convey, start out, invoke, perform, mystify, view, hold tight, postpone, afflict, assault, become, clutch, build, withdraw, drop, move over, suck up, flip, go through, adhere to, belong to, aim, construct, waste, dedicate.

Antonyms:
decline, pass up, have-not, beggar, miss, abstain, lack, bankrupt, refuse, turn down, refrain, pauper, desist, reject.

Examples of usage:

1) " I have nothing to say," she exclaimed. - "The Mermaid of Druid Lake and Other Stories", Charles Weathers Bump.

2) And so Christ does not say, I have the power, but, I am. - "The Expositor's Bible: The Gospel of St. John, Vol. I", Marcus Dods.

3) Have you told Dick? - "Jane Oglander", Marie Belloc Lowndes.

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