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Have down   /hæv daʊn/   Listen
Have down

verb
1.
Have (something) mastered.






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"Have down" Quotes from Famous Books



... You have down-trodden, in your race, So much that proves your power, Why not avoid my humble place? Why rob me of my dower? With your vast cellars, cavern deep, Packed tier on tier with treasures, You would not miss them should I KEEP My ...
— Poems of Sentiment • Ella Wheeler Wilcox

... sure. If I were not at dinner, I would have down the code, and you should see for yourself. If the case comes on, you will lose it, and you will never set foot in my house again, for I do not wish to receive people whom I do not respect. Do you understand? You ...
— The Country Doctor • Honore de Balzac

... atrocities. A great and simple wickedness it is possible to forgive; the war itself, had it been fought greatly by Austria and Germany, would have made no such deep and enduring breach as these silly, futile assassinations have down between the Austro-Germans and the rest of the civilised world. One great misdeed is a thing understandable and forgivable; what grows upon the consciousness of the world is the persuasion that ...
— War and the Future • H. G. Wells



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