(used to represent the sound of a loud, boisterous laugh.)
a variant of ha-ha1
a variant of ha-ha2
Lord Haw-Haw, See Joyce
- Have oneself
Enjoy something, as in Be sure to have yourself a good nap, or They were having themselves a great time at the fair. The oneself in this colloquial expression adds emphasis to the verb have.
- Have one in the hopper
verb phrase To be pregnant; have a pregnant wife: I’ve only been married a short time, but we’ve got one in the hopper (1970s+)
- Have no truck with
Have no dealings with, as in The doctor said he wanted no truck with midwives. This term was first recorded in 1868, although truck in the sense of “dealings” dates from the early 1600s.
- Have no time for
see: no time for