What is another word for Had?

1232 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ hˈad], [ hˈad], [ h_ˈa_d]

"Have" and "possess" are common synonyms for the word "had." "Obtained" and "acquired" suggest ownership or possession, while "received" and "got" imply a transfer of possession. "Experienced" and "underwent" describe past events or situations. "Sustained" and "endured" emphasize the difficult or challenging aspects of those experiences. "Used" and "employed" suggest action or activity with a particular object or idea. "Maintained" and "retained" emphasize continuity or the ongoing possession or ownership of something. "Held" and "possessed" highlight the idea of control or power over something or someone. These words can help add variety and depth to your writing by expressing different shades of meaning.

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Usage examples for Had

Then he Had a shock.
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It was so odd that Jane Oglander Had never spoken of General Lingard.
"Jane Oglander"
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He wondered why Jane Had stayed so long with Richard.
"Jane Oglander"
Marie Belloc Lowndes

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