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codicil

  • foreword, introduction, preface.
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Antonyms of HAVE
Examples of usage:
  1. You think you have - "The Sword" by Frank Quattrocchi
  2. I have only one thing to ask I said - "Love, The Fiddler" by Lloyd Osbourne
  3. Have I to be all that - "Secret Bread" by F. Tennyson Jesse
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