Crossword clues for haves
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
n. The wealthy or privileged, contrasted to those who are poor or deprived: the have nots. vb. (context nonstandard English) (en-third-person singular of: have)
Usage examples of "haves".
It empowers and thus deepens the divide between the haves and have-nots, the developed and the developing world, the knowing and the ignorant, the computer illiterate.
It empowers - and thus deepens the divide between the haves and have-nots, the knowing and the ignorant, the computer illiterate.
The result was a long series of collisions between the haves and the have-nots of history.
MUCH OF HUMAN HISTORY HAS CONSISTED OF UNEQUAL conflicts between the haves and the have-nots: between peoples with farmer power and those without it, or between those who acquired it at different times.
They let the cand-le burn all the night, and Gavin Haves never again left his house past sunset-until he went to fight for Prince Tearlach.
Jessie Haves giggled at her friend's wit, the red cherries bouncing on her hat, "Maybe not just yet awhile," Roger said, still smiling.
You’d say the Haves, those with less but who still have power, and then the Have-Nots.
The G’Dok, the Haves,” Glemoor held his hands as if balancing melons, “and the Leahru, those with less, and then at the very, very bottom, off the scale, the Efram.