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had I known

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  • had — 1. had better. See better 1. 2. had have. This occurs with unreal (or unfulfilled) propositions in the past, constructed either with if (or an equivalent construction) as in the sentence If I had have known, I would have said something or with a… …   Modern English usage

  • had — (The auxiliary verb is pronounced [[t]həd, STRONG hæd[/t]]. For the main verb, and for the meanings 2 to 5, the pronunciation is [[t]hæ̱d[/t]].) 1) Had is the past tense and past participle of have. 2) AUX Had is sometimes used instead of if to… …   English dictionary

  • Known Space — is the fictional setting of several science fiction novels and short stories written by author Larry Niven. It has also in part been used as a shared universe in the Man Kzin Wars spin off anthologies sub series.The epithet Known Space is an in… …   Wikipedia

  • Had I but known — is a form of foreshadowing that hints at some looming disaster in which the first person narrator laments his or her course of action which precipitates some or other unfortunate series of actions. Classically, the narrator never makes explicit… …   Wikipedia

  • ḤAD GADYA — (Aram. חַד גַּדְיָא; An Only Kid ), initial phrase and name of a popular Aramaic song chanted at the conclusion of the Passover seder . Composed of ten stanzas, the verse runs as follows: A father bought a kid for two zuzim; a cat came and ate… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Known-plaintext attack — The known plaintext attack (KPA) is an attack model for cryptanalysis where the attacker has samples of both the plaintext (called a crib), and its encrypted version (ciphertext). These can be used to reveal further secret information such as… …   Wikipedia

  • known — known1 [ noun ] adjective only before noun ** 1. ) used for describing something that people know about or have discovered: a theory that fits the known facts The documents were delivered to his last known address. a disease with no known cure He …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • known — I UK [nəʊn] / US [noʊn] adjective [only before noun] ** 1) used for describing something that people know about or have discovered a theory that fits the known facts The documents were delivered to his last known address. a disease with no known… …   English dictionary

  • Known quantities — Quantity Quan ti*ty, n.; pl. {Quantities}. [F. quantite, L. quantitas, fr. quantus bow great, how much, akin to quam bow, E. how, who. See {Who}.] [1913 Webster] 1. The attribute of being so much, and not more or less; the property of being… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • known to the police —    having a criminal record or having been suspected of a crime    The usage ignores the fact that the police know many people who are not criminals, not excluding lawyers and politicians:     Hamilton was a frightening man, known to the police.… …   How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • had no way of knowing — could not have been aware of, could not have known …   English contemporary dictionary


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