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not have it

Also, have none of; not or won't or wouldn't hear of . Not allow; refuse to tolerate, accept, or endure. For example, Mary wanted to have the reception at home, but her mother would not have it, or I'll have none of your backtalk, or The minister wouldn't hear of a change in the worship service. [Late 1500s] The related not having any, for wanting no part of (as in Fund-raising? I'm not having any!) was first recorded in 1902.
See also: have, not
References in classic literature ?
Mother won't let us have him at our house, though he wants to come.
I haven't so many good features that I could afford to spoil those I have; so, even if I should marry the King of the Cannibal Islands, I promise you I won't turn up my nose at you, Diana.
Mas'r will find out that I'm one that whipping won't tame.
Will you, won't you, will you, won't you, won't you join the dance?
We shall be in the anteroom; so you 'll only see about a dozen, and they will be so busy, they won't mind you much.
Selling that mare of yours won't send him to Germany.
I won't have murder done here if I can prevent it; so far I have; it rests with you whether I can go on preventing it or not.
Come, Fernand, won't you return to Marseilles with us?
Father brought the paper home from Bright River not ten minutes ago--it came out on the afternoon train, you know, and won't be here till tomorrow by mail--and when I saw the pass list I just rushed over like a wild thing.
I won't be reasonable--I can't be reasonable--I AM reasonable.
It won't be long before you'll think yourself lucky to go sloppin' around in Congress gaiters and cotton stockin's two pair for a quarter.
They called her a little `blue' ragamuffin, father," said Harry, who ran in looking very angry; "but I have given it to them; they won't insult my sister again.
If there was fifty, they should all say, None of your nonsense with me, I won't take it from you--I'd make 'em say it, whether they liked it or not.
You'll do all you can to stand by me, Venus; won't you?
Now--now--look--a--here, you Tom Jamison--now--I won't have this--this here won't do.