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haver

(ˈheɪvə)
vb (intr)
1. Brit to dither
2. dialect Scot and Northern English to talk nonsense; babble
n
(usually plural) Scot nonsense
[C18: of unknown origin]

haver


Past participle: havered
Gerund: havering

Imperative
haver
haver
Present
I haver
you haver
he/she/it havers
we haver
you haver
they haver
Preterite
I havered
you havered
he/she/it havered
we havered
you havered
they havered
Present Continuous
I am havering
you are havering
he/she/it is havering
we are havering
you are havering
they are havering
Present Perfect
I have havered
you have havered
he/she/it has havered
we have havered
you have havered
they have havered
Past Continuous
I was havering
you were havering
he/she/it was havering
we were havering
you were havering
they were havering
Past Perfect
I had havered
you had havered
he/she/it had havered
we had havered
you had havered
they had havered
Future
I will haver
you will haver
he/she/it will haver
we will haver
you will haver
they will haver
Future Perfect
I will have havered
you will have havered
he/she/it will have havered
we will have havered
you will have havered
they will have havered
Future Continuous
I will be havering
you will be havering
he/she/it will be havering
we will be havering
you will be havering
they will be havering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been havering
you have been havering
he/she/it has been havering
we have been havering
you have been havering
they have been havering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been havering
you will have been havering
he/she/it will have been havering
we will have been havering
you will have been havering
they will have been havering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been havering
you had been havering
he/she/it had been havering
we had been havering
you had been havering
they had been havering
Conditional
I would haver
you would haver
he/she/it would haver
we would haver
you would haver
they would haver
Past Conditional
I would have havered
you would have havered
he/she/it would have havered
we would have havered
you would have havered
they would have havered
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