Have it all together

verb phrase

To have one’s life, feelings, energies, etc, satisfactorily arranged; be free of emotional and behavioral dysfunctions: Dr Jung says we’ll all be OK when we have it all together (1960s+)


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    verb phrase To be very much in love; be powerfully infatuated: They would say that mouse has got it for Joey but bad/ He warbled the old song, ”I got it bad and that ain’t good” (1872+)

  • Have it both ways

    verb phrase To hold or esp to profit from two contrary positions; work both sides of the street •Usu in the negative: Make up your mind which one you’ll support, because you can’t have it both ways (1914+) Achieve two mutually exclusive objectives, as in Bill wants to have it both ways—to enjoy Christmas at […]

  • Have it going on

    verb phrase To be attractive; e chi and up-to-date: So you think you’ve got it going on, huh? (1990s+)

  • Have it good

    verb phrase To enjoy prosperity, health, regular meals, and pleasures, etc: I had it real good up there, till they canned me/ We never had it so good! (1940s+)

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