has't

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See also: hast, Hast, häst, and hást

English[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /hæzt/, (unstressed) /(h)əzt/

Contraction[edit]

has't

  1. (obsolete) Contraction of has it.
    • 1685, H.W. en Miscellany Poems and Translations by Oxford Hands, page #182:
      This learned Athens never could declare,
      Nor Ariſtole’s Schole when he taught there :
      Apollo in Parnaßus reads not love,
      Like one that has’t by inſtinct from above ;
      He ſpeaks but coldly, has no voice of fire,
      As thoſe whom Love himſelf deigns to inſpire,
      Nor can his elevated Fancy riſe
      Equal to th’ height of thy grand myſteries.

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