see: take pity on
- Have pull with
Have a means of gaining advantage with, have influence on, as in She had pull with several of the board members. [ ; late 1800s ]
- Have pups
Related Terms have kittens
[hey-ver] /ˈheɪ vər/ verb (used without object), Chiefly British. 1. to equivocate; vacillate. [khah-ver] /xɑˈvɛr/ noun, plural haverim [khah-ve-reem] /ˌxɑ vɛˈrim/ (Show IPA). Hebrew. 1. friend; comrade; companion. /ˈheɪvə/ verb (intransitive) (Brit) 1. to dither 2. (Scot & Northern English, dialect) to talk nonsense; babble noun 3. (usually pl) (Scot) nonsense n. “oats,” Northern English, […]
[hav-er-ferd] /ˈhæv ər fərd/ noun 1. a township in SE Pennsylvania, near Philadelphia.