from The Century Dictionary.
- noun See
- noun An obsolete preterit of
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- imperative obsolete Hove.
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So the next day I axed Dan how is it that Bubba can get kilt, an what kind of haf-assed nature law would allow that.
Der liddle brudders an 'sisters go to school, vear good clothes, haf better pread an' meat; der mudder lif fat, dere iss joy in der eye, an 'she iss proud of her good boy Joe.
So we take ze money you haf on you, und ve calls it eefen.
And in any case it represents an efficiency saving of haf of one percent per year in a £33bn plus budget, a budget that is automaticaly rising courtesy of Daring 3 per cent every year automaticaly - and willget another massive boost - many times £500m in April budget (dont belive me, just wait).
Forrest says, "But even before I got haf thru, he done walked off; say he can't print nothing like that cause nobody would'n ever believe it."
But he haf der beautiful body -- ach, Gott, der beautiful body!
But we haf some nice poetry in the back if you want to look.
"I say, 'If Louis Savoy is winnaire, then will he haf me for wife.'"
He haf six brudders an 'sisters younger as he iss.
You -- what you call -- lazy mans, you lazy mans would desire me to haf for wife.