had

151 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[hˈad], [hˈad], [h_ˈa_d]
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Synonyms for Had:

gripped (verb)

adhered, clasped, clutched, embraced, grappled, grasped, gripped, held, kept, retained, seized.

possessed (verb)

acquired, claimed, monopolized, owned, possessed.

Other synonyms and related words:

above price, accept, acquire, age, aides, allow, are there, are there in, asylum, attention wanders, be old, be past, be present, be willing, bear, become old, beyond control, beyond price, birthed, blaze, blow over, bring, brought back, carry, cling to, contain, contained, desire, desperate, destination, disagreeable, displeasing, duped, eat, fade, false, gain, gave birth to, get, go away, go off, got, had a good time, had fun, had got, had on, had to, had wanted, harbor, harbour, has, have, have been, have expired, haven, held up, hellhole, hold, hold to, hopeless, impassable, impervious, impracticable unachievable, in debt, in liquor, in want, inaccessible, incline, incompatible, inextricable, infeasible, innavigable, insuperable, insurmountable, inter pocula, interact, is there in, kept up, know, know one's limit, lapse, led to, mind, netherworld, oasis, of priceless value, out of reach, pass, pass away, pass by, pass off, perdition, poor, port, possess, priceless, propend, punk, put forward, receive, refuge, retreat, scant, scarce, scurvy, seaport, seize, self-contradictory, senesce, shelter, sin, sit, small, stiff, stingy, suffer, swindled, take, there are, there is, told, took, took in, turned on, unattainable, uncomeatable, undergo, underworld, unfeasible, unobtainable, unsurmountable, was, was having, were wearing, without resources.

Rhymes for Had:

  1. dad, brad, sad, lad, pad, gad, fad, rad, cad, tad, nad, glad, clad, plaid, grad, add, bad, chad, mad;
  2. riyadh;

Quotes for Had:

  1. One of the things I had a hard time getting used to when I came to California in '78 was Santa Claus in shorts. Dennis Franz.
  2. I've never had a penny through oil deals and no one has produced a shred of evidence that I have. George Galloway.
  3. We have had a very severe frost and deep snow this month. My thermometer was one day fourteen degrees and a half below the freezing point, within doors. Gilbert White.

Idioms of Had:

  1. ( I) had a nice time.;
  2. have had chips;
  3. had rather do sth;